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Grace & Martyn, Abbotsbury Gardens in June.

Such a beautiful location with history dating back to 1541 , the most incredible gardens as a florist it brings me such delight to work in the most natural of settings the lovely mix of flowering plants & foliage totally immersed in Mother Nature what a most wonderful place to work!

Grace & Martyn truly made their wedding flowers true to them , it was relaxed , gentle & boho with a colourful colour palette with the just picked feel full of locally grown British blooms & foliage’s perfect for an English summer wedding.


Grace carried a gentle just picked style Handtied bouquet with roses ,achillea ,daisies,ferns & foxgloves & finished with trailing silk ribbons, a full flower crown to complement the handtied bouquet.

The bridesmaids wore all different colours from forest greens, burnt orange in different styles it was such a fabulous vibe all carrying a smaller version of Graces bouquet & all finished with trailing silk ribbons. Martyn & his groomsmen wore buttonholes of mixed flowers & fern finished with a touch of silk ribbon.

Flowers were an integral part of the day & for my lovely couple it was a wish if possible to have foxgloves as it meant a great deal to them & I was so glad that I could make this happen with the last cut due to the very hot weather.






The Ceremony was held outside in the beautiful gardens under a most gorgeous tree, along the aisle we arranged flowers to walk through filled with foxgloves, delphinium,roses , geums, daisies , sweet peas & at the top of the aisle flowers to stand amongst whilst taking their vows.


The wedding breakfast we moved the ceremony flowers to the marquee the aisle arrangements were placed in front of the top table & cake table .The guest tables had slices of natural untreated wood with recycled glass vases filled with colourful British flowers, the top table too & candlelight finished the look.

It as an absolute joy to design Grace & Martyn’s wedding flowers a beautiful English summer wedding.


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