Bettina and Andy's flower story

Bettina and Andy got married earlier this year on a crisp January day at  Chicheley Hall

Bettina wanted an elegant and romantic look for their wedding flowers.  They chose a colour palette of creams, lilacs and dusky greens. For a little bit of winter sparkle we added a touch of silver fern.

Their flower palette was full of the most beautiful amnesia roses, white anemones, ranunculus, hydrangeas and Bettina's favourite freesias (which smelt just gorgeous).  To complement the dusky colour palette we used a few varieties of silvery green eucalyptus which added plenty of texture.

Bettina's bouquet was a lovely round piece.  She wanted it packed full of flowers with very little foliage which looked stunning.

Their ceremony piece was a long elegant yet textured arrangement which was later moved to the top table. Chicheley Hall has the most wonderful high ceilings and so tall centrepieces for reception tables work really well in the space.  Andy and Bettina wanted something wow in the middle of each table.  For this we created huge freeform flower pieces that sat on top of tall glass vases.  As guests walked into the reception hall the flowers looked as if they were floating in mid air.

This was a truly beautiful wedding for a very happy couple - Bettina's smile says it all. x

Images by Nick Labrum Photography

Wintry lilac bouquet full of roses, astrantia, anemones and roses

Wintry lilac bouquet full of roses, astrantia, anemones and roses

Ceremony table floral runner

Compote design full of anemones, roses, ranunculus, foliage and ferns

Tall centrepieces full of hydrangeas, roses, freesias and anemones