We’ve absolutely loved seeing all of the different flowers our couples have chosen this year, and getting to work with so many incredibly talented florists.
So we thought we’d share just a few of our favourites.
How many ways are there to dress a hexagon? It turns out, quite a few.
From all over gypsophila bedazzled with fairy lights by night, to abstract florals accents, or swathing it in muslin, our florists really got their creative juices flowing.
Grand Hall Staircase
We knew the Grand Hall Staircase would make such a lovely focal point for ceremonies, and so we couldn’t wait to see what our florist friends would do once they got their hands on it. And they definitely didn’t disappoint.
Liberty Blooms created a stairway to heaven with this incredible floral meadow for Zara & Mark‘s big day.
And for Helen & Alex‘s October wedding, Fleurs de Jacque & Flowers by McKenzie adorned the stairs with garlands of rose and foliage.
For Hailey & JP‘s wedding, Natalie Dalziel added beautiful autumnal blooms to the bottom of the banisters.
Jenny from Studio Seapink certainly brightened up a drizzly June day with her bright and beautiful blooms in various vases, accessorised with fruit and vintage candlesticks at Jo & Ian‘s wedding.
For Rachel & Kyle, Paula from Millpond flower farm adorned the tables with wild flowers grown on her own farm just over the hill from Netherbyres.
Carrying on the autumnal theme, Natalie Dalziel filled bud vases with these picture perfect caramel coloured roses, complimenting the natural toned candles Hailey & JP picked for the tables.
And who could forget this beautiful set up on our dining room table for Zara & Mark‘s intimate microwedding meal.
These beautiful bouquets were definitely too lovely to toss!
Last but definitely not least, is this incredible moongate created by the very talented Days of Dahlia for Jill & Greg’s outdoor ceremony in July.
We can’t wait to see what our 2022 couples choose!