Monday, 13 August 2012

Mr & Mrs Clemson 28th April 2012

Next it was the turn of my lovely friend, Natalie. She was marrying her childhood sweetheart.
Natalie was quite clear on what she would like & sent me hundreds of pictures so I knew exactly what she wanted!
she went for a rustic & natural theme using bright colours.
I loved how everything turned out.
Their venue was Packington Moor Farm in Staffordshire, well worth a look.
 Roy wore a Buttonhole of pink Ranunculus with Tanacetum & Craspedia. Tied together with pink gingham.
 The other male Buttonholes were Craspedia & Eucalyptus tied together with blue gingham.
 Roy's Mum had a hand-bag Corsage of a pink Peony, white Tulips, Tanacetum & Eucalyptus finished with a black bow.
 Natalie's Mum decorated her white hand-bag with a Corsage of a pink Peony, white Tulips, Tanacetum & Eucalyptus finished with a white bow.

 The Bridesmaids carried hand-tieds of Tanacetum tied together with blue gingham.
I absolutely adore these!

 So cute!

 Natalie's hand-tied bouquet of blue Hydrangea, lime green Viburnum, Tanacetum, pink Peonies, Forget-Me-Nots, peach Rose, pale yellow Rose & Muscari. Tied together with Hessian & finished with pink gingham.

 Beautiful colours.

 Bride & Bridesmaid bouquets.

 Natalie dressed the guest tables with decorated tin cans filled with spring plants.
 Milk Churns filled with flowers decorated the venue.

 Such an effective way to decorate a venue & very fitting that the venue is a Farm.

 More decorated tin cans were dotted around the venue.

 Thank you bouquets.
 Outside the venue we filled two old Cider crates with pink, purple & blue Hydrangeas.

Huge, huge, huge congratulations to Natalie & Roy.
Thank you for letting me be apart of your special day xxx

Day 75 - Hydrangea

Day 75 - Hydrangea

Day 74 - Red Gerbera

Day 74 - Red Gerbera