Lisa and Tom got married back in September last year, with their ceremony at St. Michael’s Church, Bishop’s Stortford and celebrated with friends and family at Great Hallingbury Manor, Essex

Lisa’s colour scheme was navy blue with a soft pink accents. It was really important for Lisa to include her best friends in her celebration, so she arranged for them to have beautiful wrist corsages of ivory spray roses and orchids fastened on to pearl bracelets, to tie in with the pearl pins on both her and her bridesmaid’s bouquets.  A really wonderful gesture for when you cannot include all those people you would like into your bridal party.

Lisa carried a neat hand tied bouquet of sweet avalanche roses trimmed with eucalyptus; the stems were bound with satin ribbon and secured in place with pearl pins.

The six bridesmaids, one adult and five children, all had simple hand tied posies of soft blush pink sweet avalanche roses with a smattering of eucalyptus leaves to soften the edges; simple and elegant.

 

The decoration at the reception were a mixture of the tall martini style vases topped off with a large arrangements and fishbowl clusters, which included swirling grasses, domes of the sweet avalanche roses, hydrangeas and a swirling ivory dendrobium orchids.  We also made the pedestal arrangement for the church, a large display for the front of the church which included a selection of flowers to match the colour theme, including sweet avalanche roses, ivory lisianthus, delphinium, hydrangea and gypsophlia.

We must thank Lauren from MW Fitness – our neighbour – she is our most regular bridesmaid, promoting us to all her best friends!

Photos by www.nickrosephotography.com

A little note from our bride and groom:

“I just wanted to say a massive thank you, the flowers were beautiful! It was exactly what I wanted (you have a great ability to understand what someone wants when they aren’t fully sure themselves!).   Thank you and your Mum for everything! It’s really appreciated.”

Lisa & Tom