For this week’s Wedding Wednesday blog post, I’m delighted to feature a real wedding which took place in May this year.
And their reception was at Caswell House, a barn wedding venue in the Cotswolds.
Florist Joanna Carter was responsible for creating the wedding blooms, with a white, ivory and deep purple colour palette.
She kindly told me about the flowers and foliage which she used:
“Anna’s bouquet was a hand-tied design featuring white ‘Avalanche’ roses, white lisianthus, white freesias and lily of the valley, with loops of china grass fed through.
The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of Anna’s bouquet. They included white ‘Avalanche’ roses, white lisianthus, white freesias and china grass.
The other flowers used were white ‘Schneeball’ hydrangeas, white stocks, white peonies, purple lisianthus and purple freesias, plus Eucalyptus cinerea and green bell foliage.”
The wedding was captured by Lucy Davenport. And here are some more of her stunning photographs…
Many thanks to Lucy, the photographer, and Jo, the florist, for all their help in compiling today’s blog post.
So, if you’re planning your big day, I hope today’s blog post has provided you with some inspiration…
P.S. If you’d like to see more photos from the wedding, do pop over to Lucy’s blog.
(Images : Lucy Davenport)