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Kirknewton Stables

Just a little post for this Saturday morning; a treat for you with photographs from Lauren McGlynn.

We were asked to use flowers with an Australian feel at this Kirknewton Stables wedding.. how lucky that
the weather that day decided to have an Australian style as well!

More than the flowers, more than the sophisticated yet relaxed feel, more than those hanging fairy lights or tea lights, what we loved most was that dress!


Soft grey is for sure one of our most popular bridesmaids dress colours this year and long may it continue!  The colour gives us so much scope to work with if you are taking the bridesmaids colour in to account when creating your wedding colour palette.  Lara and George decided to complement the grey with shades of soft pinks, lots of fluffy pink peonies and cloud like hydrangeas.  We sourced a gorgeous pleated dove grey ribbon which we used as an accent on vases and bouquets to match the bridesmaids dress style.  The pink worked really well in the newly re-vamped Lennoxlove Marquee, it really popped against the cream marquee lining.

St Columba's by the Castle

Weddings full of colour are so much fun! Helen of Helen Pugh Photography asked us to create spring relaxed colourful flowers for her wedding back in March at St Columba’s by The Castle. It was such an honour to be asked by a fellow wedding industry supplier to create her flowers. We used a huge eclectic mix of varieties to add lots of texture and colourings into all the flowers. 

All images courtesy of Kate Chandler.

Hopetoun House

If there is some unknown blogging rule about posting too many pictures in one post..  we may just be about to break the rule.. we thought about showing less details but there was just too much good stuff.. we thought about doing a two part post but we hate waiting!

Gill and John’s Hopetoun House wedding at the end of May was on the most glorious warm sunny day.  The colours of the flowers really came alive!  When we first met Gill, she mentioned her love of collections of things that we had designed previously – rather than just one solid arrangement two or three smaller things making more of a feature area.  Creating interest with different shapes, colours and textures.  At first we kept it small while brain storming ideas (not to scare her away!) but then we let loose with talk of peaches and peonies and crates and logs and moss and moss and moss and herbs and lanterns with a little burlap thrown into the mix! Working with Gill and John was a serious dream; they were so laid back and just lovely!