After previously working with Rob from Rob Power Photography, we had discussed organising a styled photoshoot at some point but we hadn’t got round to setting a date. A situation presented itself one Friday afternoon, whereby I had some flowers spare so thought I would give Rob a call on the off chance that he would be available for a last minute gig for the following Monday, luckily he was. So I had the flowers, the photographer all I needed to arrange was, dresses, models, accessories, venue & hair & makeup not a small task at last minute I can assure you. However after a fair few phone calls and visits I was in luck & was overwhelmed at the amount of local suppliers that were happy to help.
Part One Gallery Focus’s on the Flowers of three different looks & themes: Contemporary, Timeless & Vintage.
Now I have time to reflect over the last summer season I am able to share more of the beautiful weddings I have been so lucky to be a part of & of course the lovely couples I have had the pleasure of meeting.
I met Sarah & Scott at a wedding fair at the Hop Farm and met with them shorty after over a glass of coke. Sarah & Scott are a fun young couple and their wedding day reflected this aspect of their personality.
The theme was a beautiful shade of blue, so hydrangeas in a similar hue were used as a main focal point along with fluffy white gypsophilia, ivory roses & white hydrangea.
Sarah’s stunning maids wore blue & carried massed white gypsophilia hand tied bouquets finished with natural hessian & the star of the show wore a pretty white lace dress with blue & white hydrangea bouquet with ivory roses nestled in between.
Scott & his hansom grooms men wore smart 3 piece blue suits with yellow ties & boutonnières of white gypsophilia finished with hessian.
Whilst setting up the centre pieces Scott & his friends helped me (I think they quite enjoyed it) and their assistance was welcomed. The centre pieces were set on tree slices & consisted of various vessels to house the mixed blooms again of blue & white hydrangea, ivory roses & white gypsophilia. The blue hydrangea was arranged in hand crafted hessian bags for the guests to take home with them, the rest of the flowers were in jars and miniature bottles dressed with hessian & lace. The extra arrangements were dotted around the venue & on the cake table.
The fantastic photos supplied are from Sarah & Scott’s friend Chris Longhurst.
I received a lovely thank you card from Sarah & Scott with images taken on the day. The card read….
We wanted to thank you again for your amazing work with the flowers & table decoration for our wedding. You captured our vision perfectly & everyone commented on how beautiful everything looked. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you & your wonderful work.