In October I provided the most beautiful wedding flowers at Ston Easton Park, just outside of Bristol for Hannah and Steve. I met Hannah when she was working at Perfect Wedding magazine so was thrilled when she got in touch and asked me to do her wedding flowers. It also helped that she had the most amazing taste and picked such gorgeous blooms! Here are a few snaps from my phone to show you just a teeny glimpse into her big day.
Hannah chose ivory and blush seasonal blooms for her early October wedding, and being from Italian descent we focused on using lots of olive foliage too. The soft grey tones of the foliage worked fabulously against the ivory and blush roses, ranunculus, veronica, lisianthus and astilbe. It was also the first week that the ranunculus were back in at the market, so happy faces all round!
Hannah’s bridesmaids carried similar bouquets to hers, and the boys had spray rose buttonholes with olive foliage. Pew ends were tied to the pews at family church in Bristol, with baskets of fresh hydrangea and rose petal for guests to throw!
Ston Easton is a beautiful country house, just outside of Bristol. For the tables cut glass votives were filled with seasonal flowers including dahlias, roses, astilbe, lisianthus and lots of olive foliage. These were dotted around glass candlesticks that Hannah had sourced, giving the tables a real classy and elegant feel, in keeping with the venue. Big congratulations to you both, I hope you had the best day!