What a beautiful wedding to start off this year’s wedding season with a Pangdean Barn Spring wedding! I love working at Pangdean Barn, everyone is so lovely and welcoming and it is a really pretty location – and not to mention nice and local to me just outside of Brighton!
The spring flowers were in full bloom and ready to be made into fabulous wedding bouquets. Katie and James chose a really pretty mix of seasonal flowers in pale blush pinks and whites with loads of loose and lovely rustic style foliage. The bouquets featured, tulips, ranunculus, roses, wax flower and eucalyptus.
For the tables at Pangdean we used rustic log slices and placed jam jars of pretty pink and white spring flowers which fit in nicely with the barn’s low key relaxed feel. We also decorated the table plan (which was made out of an old door!) with garlands of eucalyptus and gypsophila.
How it all begins, buckets full of beautiful blooms…..
The above photos are my own. The beautiful pictures below are from lovely local Brighton photographer Sara Reeve. If you’d like to see more pictures from this wedding check out Sara’s blog post on her website Sara Reeve photography – they are really beautiful pictures. Thanks Sara for letting me use them on my site.
Liza and Mark’s wedding back in August this year was such a joy to work on. The wedding ceremony itself was held at The Claremont Hove and the reception at The Hove Club. It was such a stylish affair with every little design detail thought out making the whole day a feast for the eyes. Well what do you expect from the owners of a stylish interiors and homeware shop?! (Their new store Homeage is opening in Brighton very soon, yay!)
Flowers were gorgeous dusky pink and burgundy tones with plenty of scented summer blooms and soft seasonal foliages.
Hove beach huts looking lovely, the pastel ice cream shades work really nicely with the bridesmaids different coloured dresses.
Below, a close up of the bridesmaids bouquets. I loved using this colour palette, the rich burgundy red roses against dusky pinks and silvery eucalyptus. I used beautiful English lisianthus with blackberries, eupatorium and mini alliums alongside asparagus fern to create lots of lovely contrasts of textures.
Table centres were small posies of flowers in stylish geometric vases provided by Liza and Mark, it’s a really nice change for me to work with more unusual vases.
The photo below is my favourite, the colours are so fabulous with the blue hydrangea in the background perfectly complimenting Liza’s necklace and the purples in her bridal bouquet.