Romance at Rivervale Barn
Soft pink roses and beautiful hydrangea set the mood for this romantic summer wedding. White lanterns and rose petals adorned the aisle, while clouds of gypsophila and silvery eucalyptus created a light and dreamy feel in this elegant venue.
Bright and beautiful at Botleys Mansion
When your venue is as filled with light as this lovely conservatory, only the headiest of summer flowers seem right. Orchids, roses, hydrangea and elegant glassware all combine to make the most of the sunshine and Botleys' bright interior.
Photos © Helen Abraham Photography
Laid-back and lovely at The Berystede
'Flowers gathered from a meadow' was the brief for this spring wedding. And suddenly we were even more excited about blue nigella, delicate september daisies and creamy lisianthus than usual. Pink stocks and antiqued roses in mismatched shades of lilac and peach completed the look, while a bushel of flowing greenery enhanced the just-picked feel.
Photos © Christy-Leigh Photography
Vibrant and colourful at home
With such a striking colour palette, we decided to keep the floral arrangements for this lovely wedding simple. Grouped posies of zesty lime green and pink made attractive favours for guests at the end of the day; and floral chandeliers, complete with floating carnations, added extra drama to the marquee. A mandap draped in flowers was the finishing touch.
Selected photos © Artis Studios
Summer pastels at Botleys Mansion
A gentle splash of colour brought the summer into Botleys' beautiful conservatory during this August wedding. Soft pastel roses, lavender hydrangea, silver olive leaf, trailing ivy and table centres at varying heights all contributed to a reception space that spoke of warmer climes and summer sunsets.
An English Garden at Hall Place
To compliment the beautiful interior of this Georgian house, we gathered a selection of our favourite English blooms in tones of white, cream and green. Summer stocks scented the table arrangements while creamy roses, white lisianthus and trailing ivy completed the English Garden theme.
Country blues at The Dairy Waddesdon Manor
For a Belgian bride that wanted a very English wedding, we chose lilac scabiosa, flowering mint, hydrangea in varying shades of blue and, of course, beautiful roses. Vase arrangements in vintage china decorated the ceremony space, while a floral table runner and tea lights brought romance to the reception. And for an extra touch of the English countryside, we added delphinium and cascading foliage to The Dairy's striking urn.
Selected photos © Stuart Bebb Photography
Glamour at Botleys Mansion
Bold, romantic and glamorous was the brief for this wedding. Peonies and green hydrangea took centre stage with roses lending a romantic accent. Two different styles of candelabra adorned the tables while the bride and groom made their entrance down a stairwell strewn with flower heads.
Colour at Audleys Wood
This June wedding had a truly joyful brief: relaxed and whimsical with a rainbow of colour. Sapphire cornflowers, magenta stocks, fiery garden roses, orange ascelpsias and fuchsia peonies created a bright colour base, while yellow craspedia and green bell foliage added texture. Arranged loosely using informal glassware and coupled with mismatched buttonholes and delicate flower crowns, the end result was as vibrant and cheerful as a summer garden.
Selected photos © Lemontree Photography
Fun and friendly at Pembroke House
A bunting decorated marquee calls for something a little different. Which is exactly what this bride had in mind when she asked us to design mismatched table centres for her informal wedding. A one-off Stems masterclass later and her and her bridesmaids were arranging clouds of gypsophila and fronds of delphinium. A fresh palette of white and green pulls the scheme together. And we couldn't resist using blousy hydrangea for the bouquets. Simple and sophisticated.
Rich and romantic at Dorney Court
An autumn wedding calls for rich, bold colours and lots of texture. Red roses were of special significance to this couple so we used lilac and burgundy accents to really help them shine. And for a bride that wanted something a bit unusual to go with them? It had to be autumn cabbages and blackberries.
Summer whites at Great Fosters
Papery white roses and lisianthus set the tone for this beautiful summer wedding. And when the backdrop is one of Surrey's most impressive Tudor buildings, these delicate blooms really stand out! With freesia threading through the bouquets and cake decorations, the look stayed feminine and graceful. And as the sun went down, candle-lit hurricane lamps complimented the Great Hall's twinkling fairy lights.