A lovely rustic and relaxed barn wedding at Great Fosters
What a joy it is to share these gorgeous photos from Kerry and Conor’s beautiful summer wedding at Great Fosters! I really loved the relaxed vibe of the whole day and was so pleased with how our new gold lanterns down the aisle and matching gold geometric stands looked in the Orangery and the Tithe Barn.
Kerry opted for a natural hand-tied bouquet of roses, spray roses, gypsophila and eucalyptus and all-gypsophila posies for the bridesmaids. This worked really well with the pale blue floral bridesmaids dresses as it avoided too many textures clashing together.
The ceremony room looked really beautiful! At the back, we flanked the aisle with our beautiful blossom trees with rustic logs at the base, continued with pretty floaty gypsophila chair end posies tied with tule, gold lanterns and rose petals down the aisle. At the ceremony end, a beautiful floral arch created a beautiful backdrop for the wedding ceremony, and the ceremony table was styled with a rustic eucalyptus garland dotted with flowers and gold votives.
Over in the Tithe Barn, the gold lanterns from the wedding aisle were reused, lined up at the base of the long top table, and the ceremony table garland effect was repeated on a longer scale to dress the long top table. To add impact in the centre of the barn where the ceiling is very tall, the central guest tables were dressed with beautiful, rustic but very bloomy centrepieces on gold geometric stands. With a mix of ivory and pale blue hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, gypsophila and Mediterranean foliage, the effect was really stunning. The low centrepieces for the tables under the eaves, were simply clusters of flowers in gold vases and little bottles, on log slices. The overall effect was really charming and natural.