Wednesday, March 2, 2011

I heart thee anenome. Jo and James marry at Samlesbury Hall

The lovely Jo married James at Samlesbury Hall, one of the prettiest and romantic venues in all of the North of England.  This wedding started with a love of colour.  Jo is a graphic designer and had lovingly created her invites in tones of pink, purples and greens.  This and a love of anenomes (and who can blame her) was our starting point.

We've posted a few pictures of her bouquet alongside the flowers before we started crafting them into beautiful wedding items.  Don't worry, this wasn't a giant bouquet created from the mass of blooms you'll see below. We also styled and created bridesmaids bouquets, buttonholes and top table decorations too, it's just that I don't have pictures of them to show you.  Hopefully the former Miss Beecroft (I know, I had to share her maiden name, it's just too nice a name to leave it unsaid) will send us some pictures of them taking their vows so we can see the gorgeous blooms in situ.

Hope you enjoy the pictures and the read.

Laura x

Tulips, steelberries, freesia, anenome, lilac and veronica.  A delightful selection indeed. 

A close up of the stunning pink anenomes we used across the bridal party flowers.

Freesia, lilac, steelberries and veronica.  The freeia was stunning and smelled lovely.  Gorgeous in the buttonholes.

Jo's gorgeous bouquet including ivory I harvested from my garden because the colour worked brilliantly, as well as pretty eucalyptus parvifola and cineria.  I really have the best job don't I?

Congratulations to Jo and James xxx

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