I loved these colourful, wild and unstructured wedding flowers designs at Great Fosters. Lindsay and Neil are such a lovely relaxed and laid back couple, they really wanted the flowers to have the same outlook… Looking back at the beautiful photos from this wedding, thanks to the lovely Grace from GracePham Photography, I think this has worked out perfectly for them. This is what Lindsay had to say afterwards:
“Just wanted to send a quick email to say what an incredible job you did with the arrangements for my wedding on the 8th of April! I cannot tell you the amount of compliments I had on all the flowers, they were just stunning and beyond anything I could have ever imagined – it was just perfect and I can’t thank you both enough”
For her and the bridesmaids bouquets, Lindsay wanted mixed and textural bouquets with a just picked look, and lots of colour – the blend of roses, ranunculus, muscari, scented stocks, astilbe, wild fennel…(the list goes on), in soft pastel shades with the odd colour pop of deeper fuchsia and purple, looked absolutely amazing.
The wedding ceremony took place in the beautiful Great Fosters Orangery which was dressed with ivory bird cage centrepieces on the ceremony table and the start of the wedding aisle) and candelabras framing the ceremony area itself. Pretty and each of them unique (no two the same) chair backs were used to add a splash of colour to the back row of chiavari chairs. Not for the OCD amongst you but looking so cute you might be inclined to forgive the intended randomness! The wedding breakfast took place in the Tithe Barn which was decorated with all the centrepieces from the orangery plus some, and which looked amazing with colourful hanging lanterns! The lovely chiavari chairs were thanks to Academy Hire, and the fab lanterns from Party Lights. Both of them are trusted suppliers at Great Fosters so if you are planning a Great Fosters wedding you will be in good hands!