Lisa and David got married on a gorgeous spring day in May this year at the beautiful Middleton Lodge. Lisa wanted a really natural feel to her flowers, and had the most beautiful colour palette of muted peaches, ivories, vintage blush pinks and a mix of silvery greens. We used a combination of vendela roses, quicksand roses, blush peonies, ivory astillbe, white nigella, ivory astrantia, green thlaspi and silvery eucalyptus.
Lisa’s bouquet was one of my favourites so far this year – I love the mix of flowers which created such a dainty English garden feel. Astillbe is a great flower for achieving this look with its beautifully feathery fern-like feel, giving instant restrained garden sensibility. White nigella was the perfect partner; this flower is also called ‘Love in the Mist’. Very romantic!
Pippin stole the show with his oh so smart collar corsage and his very important role as ring bearer! He looked extremely cute as I’m sure you’ll agree…
Lisa had vases of flowers and t-lights to match her theme throughout the house – this really brought everything together and Lisa’s choice of colours went perfectly with the decor!
Stan and Jane from Stan Seaton Photography took the most gorgeous photos of Lisa and David’s big day. Lisa’s dress was from Poppy Bridal in Darlington and Jo from Make-up by Jo did her make-up.
Lisa was over the moon with everything, and sent us this lovely line to thank us:
“I absolutely loved my flowers, thank-you Katie, and by evening they still looked stunning as they opened out in the glow of all the candlelight. The cake top flowers were simply beautiful as was Pippin’s collar “