Wedding Florist at The Barn at Bury Court Farm
Caroline and Rob’s vintage ivory & blush wedding flowers at The Barn at Bury Court Farm, are a favourite examples of how pretty barn weddings can look without dressing every pillar, swaging every chandelier and going all out for the ‘I’m on a farm’ rustic touches. While I love all that and it is of course very nice and in keeping, it can also feel a tiny bit predictable. I have nothing against milk churns and flower carts and such like, quite the contrary, everything has its place of course! But it is so nice to give your guests something a little bit less expected…
These recent wedding flowers designs show how nice a barn wedding can look with slightly more polished vintage touches – nothing is too perfect and nothing is too new, and it looks so lovely against the fabric of the rustic building… A good example of less is more!
For the bouquets, Caroline opted for a mix of textural ivory hydrangeas, Avalanche and Vendella roses, with splashes of blush and nude pink scented O’Hara garden roses, Sweet Avalanche roses, Pearl Avalanche roses and unusual Mentha roses and spray roses, with silvery senecio here and there. The flower girls carried dainty posies of gypsophila in palest pink, and the men wore ivory rose and spray rose buttonholes. Following a ceremony at their local church, Caroline and Rob departed for the wedding reception at The Barn at Bury Court Farm.
For the wedding reception, the Barn at Bury Court Farm was dressed simply with a mix of two designs. One design used tall elegant silver candelabras surrounded by posies of flowers in pretty vintage mercury glass vases. The rest of the tables, used a mix of vintage silver pillar candleholders and tall stemmed mercury glass tea light holders, dotted between pretty posies of flowers, like the ones around the candelabra displays. And finally, the minstrel gallery was styled with a pretty garland of foliage studded with pretty roses.
The beautiful photography from this wedding was supplied by Caroline and is thanks to the lovely work of Guy Collier Photography.