The Stunning Marquee Wedding of Camilla & Jamie at St Paul's Church Brookhouse

Jason & I were lucky enough to be presenting our gorgeous Bride Camilla and her lovely Bridesmaid's with their wedding bouquets at the family home in Caton
The Bridal Bouquet included such a beautiful and sweet scented collection of fresh flowers, fresh Lily of the Valley, Sweet Peas, Blackberries, English Garden Roses, Peonies, Viburnum Opulus, Alchemilla Mollis and Hydrangeas in soft shades of creams, ivories, pale greens and pinks
The Bridesmaids Bouquets were created as smaller versions of the Bride's Bouquet

I showed everyone how to carry their bridal bouquets perfectly

Jason & I headed off to the beautiful Church of St Paul's in Brookhouse, Caton where a fresh floral heart hung on the Church Gate
Loose flowers in the Brides own jam jars lined the pathway
We lined up the unique collection of boutonnieres in the porch ready to pin them on to the Groom and his party when they arrived

A Floral Heart was hanging at the entrance to the Church

The Porch area too was decorated with fresh flowers and candles

Inside this magnificent Church two of our Baroque Candelabras stood like sentry's at the commencement of the aisle and two framed the ceremony at the head of the aisle

Silver Horseshoes were hanging from alternate pew ends lining the aisle

Jamie, Camilla's handsome Bride Groom was first to have his Boutonniere pinned in place
We'd created a lovely boutonniere of an English Garden Rose 'Patience' with Blackberries, Lily of the Valley and a Bombastic Rose bud
I pinned on all of the Gent's Boutonnieres

A Mentha Rose Boutonniere with Blackberries

The rather lovely corsage of bombastic Roses and royal blue Delphiniums looked perfect on this super glamorous lady 

The Groom's Mum's Wrist Corsage in lemon and ivory
The wrist corsage matched her lemon and ivory ensemble perfectly

The Floral Heart on the Church Gate included fresh Dahlias, English Garden Roses, Peonies, Hydrangeas, Sweet Peas and Snowberries

The Bridesmaids were arriving and looking gorgeous wearing 50's style pale green frocks

The Bridesmaid's Bouquets looked fabulous with their lovely 50's gowns

Our fabulous Bride arrived in this wonderful horse drawn carriage

Camilla's gown was from the great folks at Mears Ghyll Bridal Rooms, right next door to the Church

The Bridal Bouquet really was an exquisite confection of fragranced pink and pale green blooms
With her super proud Dad Camilla headed into Church

Inside St Paul's the congregation were getting excited

Huge Congratulations to Camilla & Jamie

We headed back to the family home where a fabulous marquee was ready to receive the guests

Inside this huge marquee our Baroque Candelabras dressed the tables magnificently

One of our Hurricane lamp table centres

The Top Table design was a luscious and voluptuous design of Hydrangeas, Roses, Peonies and Foliages

Our work here was done it, huge thanks to Camilla and Jamie for choosing Flower Design Events to create their wedding flowers for them


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