I adore a Cotswolds wedding and this super stylish, all white wedding at Caswell House is no exception! Georgie and Tom were married on a beautifully sunny late September day at Caswell House and choose all white seasonal flowers for their big day. Georgie wanted the flowers to be natural, loose, trailing with lots of texture and interest and I absolutely loved the finished results. It was such a treat to work on this wedding and I’m so grateful you could send these photos through to share! Congratulations to this beautiful pair and do enjoy the photos from Joe Buford Photography.
The bouquets were filled with beautiful seasonal blooms including British dahlias and cosmos, which I really feel make the bouquets. Astilbe, lisianthus and blowsy roses were also featured alongside mixed soft grey eucalyptus. Georgie’s bridesmaids wore gorgeous dark grey beaded dresses which complemented the all white flower scheme perfectly.
Luckily the September sun held out so the ceremony was able to be held outside in the beautiful gardens of Caswell House. I tied pretty posies to the end of the chairs and marked the end of the aisle with large stone urns and a trailing arrangement inside on the ceremony table.
The wedding breakfast was held inside the beautiful house and I dressed the tables with silver mercury glass urns filled with a natural arrangement of all ivory seasonal blooms and foliage. I love the simplicity of having one focal arrangement on the middle of a table, and feel this offers such great impact in a non fussy way. Tea lights surrounded the urns and eucalyptus foliage sprigs were placed on the soft grey linen napkins.
The great thing about these stone urns is the fact that they can be moved after the ceremony, and enjoyed throughout the whole day! Here they are inside Caswell House, don’t the look great against that Cotswold stone?!
I really loved working with Georgie and Tom on their wedding, they had so many great ideas yet trusted my help and advice along the way and I think together we came up with some knockout wedding flowers! Congratulations guys and thanks again for sharing your photos.