Jessica married her fiance Andy Hill at a church in the Derbyshire village of Hathersage back in May.
And her flowers were designed by Sheffield based florist Katie Peckett from Katie Peckett Flowers.
Regarding Jessica’s bridal bouquet, Katie said, “To get inspiration, I looked at pictures of Jess’s stunning wedding dress and talked through what would work.
After making up a selection of sample bouquets, we decided on a simple hand-tied compact posy created from Avalanche and Sweet Avalanche roses, in white and soft pink.”
Below are images of the bridesmaid bouquet.
The love heart below was used on the entrance gate, before entering into the church grounds.
Katie runs Katie Peckett Flowers in partnership with her husband Andrew.
He said, “In the weeks preceding the wedding, I sourced all the flowers, containers, glassware, diamantes and lanterns so Katie could create what Jess had in her mind’s eye…bringing the outside she sees on her walks and runs, inside.
From the Friday afternoon before her wedding, I was in the church installing the archway and pew ends, and shimmying up ladders to dress the church’s six stone columns with beautiful swathes of Perfecta Gypsophila.
And Andrew installed the urns and two pedestal stands either side of the altar, all bursting with the same white cloudy masses of gypsophila.
At the reception venue, he created a gorgeous wishing tree for table plans and guest wishes.
Katie’s stunning glass fishbowl arrangements were filled with white hydrangea heads, complemented by tall cylinder vases of ivy vines, white hydrangea, willow, salix and steel grass in honour of her city, all set on mirrored bases with moss spilling over them.
Many congratulations to both Katie and Andrew for creating such beautiful wedding flowers for Jessica and Andy!