A weekend of spring wedding flowers at Priston Mill and Leigh Court
This weekend I had a workshop full of beautiful, spring wedding flowers and would love to share both Hannah and Emilia’s wedding flowers with you! Emilia and Nick were married at the beautiful Priston Mill and choose stunning pale pink, peach and ivory seasonal flowers. I used the softest peach ‘Talea’ roses, pink ranunculus, white anemone, veronica and astilbe. The foliage I used was soft grey eucalyptus and added in sprigs of ginista which has a very subtle scent and offers great movement to the bouquets.
Emilia’s bridesmaids carried similar bouquets to hers and the guys had classic ivory rose buttonholes. Spring really is such a great time to get married, because the choice you get for your wedding flowers is vast!
Hannah and Ben were married at Leigh Court on Saturday! Hannah chose beautiful vintage coloured roses and ranunculus for her bouquet, including ‘Mentha’ and ‘Memory Lane’ roses with white ranunculus and lisianthus. Again I used ginista, amongst soft fountain grass, various eucalyptus and finished the bouquets off tied with twine.
Hannah’s bridesmaids had smaller versions of her bouquet, and the guys had memory lane rose buttonholes. Leigh Court was decorated with my French pickling jars filled with pussy willow, lisianthus, stocks, roses and eucalyptus. I dressed the long, banquet tables with a mixture of tall glass vases filled with a lovely, dome of flowers, and lots of little votives in between. The wedding season has well and truly begun and we are only in February! Congratulations to you all xx