Emma & Mark’s April Wedding
How gorgeous are these photos by Abigail Rex? I’m so pleased she was happy to share them with me (I’m lucky enough to have worked along side her on another wedding this summer too). These lovely pictures are from Emma and Mark’s wedding at Pangdean Barn in Brighton from earlier on this year and it took place right in the middle of Spring time. Spring is one of my favourite times of year for flowers (although I change my mind every season!). There is such a beautiful array of colours with spring flowers, ranunculus and tulips come in almost every colour you could wish for.
The Bridal Bouquet
Emma wanted a relaxed and informal style bouquet with plenty of soft foliages. The colour palette was blush pinks, whites and silvery/sage green foliage. We used pale pink ranunculus, menta roses (a beautiful delicate pale nude pink colour),avalanche roses,white astrantia, angelique tulips (blousey double tulips which make a great peony substitute), pale pink broom, pink lisianthus, and a mix of different types of eucalyptus. The bouquet was loose posy shape but with a little trailing foliage to create movement and softness.
The bridesmaids were wearing subtle pale blush pink/nude coloured dresses and we kept their bouquets delicate and understated. The posies were smaller versions of Emma’s bouquet and continued the pale pink and white colour palette.
Working together with the lovely Clare from Clare’s Cake Boutique is always a pleasure. She had made a 3 tiered semi naked cake which we decorated with roses, lisianthus, eucalyptus and broom.
Inside Pangdean Barn
We decorated the tables with different sized milk bottles with spring flowers to match the bridal bouquet. I really enjoyed making the two arrangements for the milk churns which sit inside the entrance at Pangdean, they really made an impact to the welcome area.
Below are my photos from Instagram
For more Spring inspiration check out my other posts below: