Elmore Court is such a gorgeous place to be married and for a wedding florist it is the dream venue to decorate! Emma and Sameer were married in July at this Gloucestershire venue and filled the place from top to bottom with seasonal blooms! The photos from David Jenkins are simply beautiful and it looks like such a wonderful wedding, that I was thrilled to play a part in providing the flowers.
Emma opted for soft blush, ivory and coral seasonal flowers for the bouquets and I got to use the most beautiful peonies, dahlias, roses and astilbe alongside soft grey foliage. Those ruffled ‘Vuvuzela’ coral roses are so beautiful and adds that warmth to the blush bouquets, and the O Hara roses offered the most amazing scent!
I filled the ceremony room with tall glass vases filled with seasonal flowers in a meadow like arrangement, these tall larkspur and delphiniums in pink and white were so elegant and romantic. Offering the perfect backdrop to the special ceremony! Emma loved peonies so I tied simple posies of peonies, astilbe and eucalyptus to the chair ends, adding splashes of colour throughout the aisle.
I dressed the reception room with lots of tall glass vases filled with arrangements of tall larkspur, delphiniums, snap dragons and foliage. I loved the finished look, so elegant yet impactful, the overall effect was beautiful! The coloured glass ware on the table really finished everything off too.
There were lots of other special touches throughout Elmore Court, such as this floral garland which I hung on the balcony. Such a great way to greet guests after becoming Mr and Mrs!
Thanks so much for sharing these photos Emma, such a beautiful wedding to work on! It’s times like this I’m so lucky to have a job I love so much… I mean working with this kind of floral beauty you cannot argue with that!