Harriet, Romain and their families first came to see Green Parlour in the depths of winter. Talking through the garden feel they wanted to create and the summer blooms weaving  throughout all the arrangements felt like a lifetime away! But finally the time came and below is the outcome of many month planning.

We loved that each arrangement had its own personality, but still following a colour palette theme. This really works for a natural relaxed vibe. Just because a flower is in your bridal bouquet, it doesn’t have to dictate everything!

Bridal bouquet filled with freesia, delphinium, matricaria, scabiosa, lavender, English grown roses, sweet peas, grasses, alchemilla molls, honesty and lisianthus
Maid of honour bouquet filled with sweet peas, English grown roses, matricaria, nigella, lisianthus, lavender and delphiniums
Bridesmaids bouquets were filled with scabiosa, delphiniums, lavender, sweet peas, lisianthus, English grown roses and grasses.

With the ceremony taking place at The Olde Bell in Hurley, we went all out with the country theme, mix and match vases adorned the tables and large milk churns filled with the most spectacular hydrangeas framed the ceremony table perfectly.

Weeping pear trees marked the entrance and helped transport you into the garden theme of the day.

Small vases waiting to adorn the tables at The Olde Bell, Hurley.
Small vases were filled with English grown roses, lisianthus, grasses, dahlias, nigella, cotinus,cornflowers, lavender and delphiniums
Milk churns filled with delphiniums, alliums, cotinus and hydrangeas

 

We loved setting up the wedding flowers at The Olde Bell, Hurley. Such a lovely venue set up and I hope you’dd agree the flowers were beautiful! I can’t tell you how much we enjoyed making all the beautiful displays. Let us know what you think xx

 

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