I love working at Cotswold wedding venue Cripps Barn, near Bibury and this wedding was no exception! Carla and Craig chose the most beautiful summer bright tones for their July wedding filled with coral, warm pink, yellow and orange blooms. I got to use the most amazing British dahlias too, that really make this wedding I feel. Without further ado feast your eyes on these stunning images from my no 1 favourite photographer Matt Willis.
Carla chose coral, warm pink, orange and yellow tones and I worked with dahlias, roses, aclepias, astilbe and peach hypericum berries. I used brighter green foliage to really set the tones off, this included wigelia, jasmine and sweet pea trails offering loads of texture and interest to the bouquets. Perfect for a warm summers day!
The barn was dressed with a beautiful flower aisle, for Carla to walk down the aisle, filled with snap dragons, larkspur, green bell, fox tail lilies with lots of grasses and foliage. This is such a statement and looks amazing in Cripps Barn! I dressed the beams with a large foliage arrangement which separated the two rooms, filled with ferns, eucalyptus, ruskus and the mantel was also dressed with a large foliage arrangement.
We kept it simple on the tables with rustic birch pots filled with a seasonal arrangement of warm summer blooms, these are a great idea for table centres providing a lovely amount of flowers and colours to the tables. You can also take the whole arrangement away at the end of the night so they work for perfect presents! Carla and Craig were so lovely to work with, and were so excited throughout the planning process! I was so pleased to see their day come together so well on the day at Cripps and these stunning photos show just what an amazing day they had! All my congratulations to you both!