On the 27th of April, the first of my outdoor ceremonies took place in the new orchard garden at Bradbourne House. It was the Marriage of Sara and Eamon.
Taking inspiration from the orchard garden and the abundance of Apple blossom, Sara had decided she would like a very informal "just picked" look, with Spring flowers to feature in all soft shades of blush, cream and apple green.
Sara held a textured hand tied bouquet of sweet avalanche roses, white ranuculas and gelderose -(my favourite spring flower) I loved the pale blue vintage car that Sara and Eamon were leaving in later that day so took a few snaps with the pastel colour tones on show.
The bridesmaids wore darker blossom pink dresses and held a smaller hand tie with pink double lisianthus added for a pop of more colour.
As I wandered to the ceremony area, I loved how Sara would of got a sneaky peak of the white washed seating area and at Eamon with their awaiting guests through the trees and blossom. So pretty. A simple arrangement was placed on the ceremony table to complete the look.
The reception tables had simple yet very effective centrepieces of waisted vases filled with wild displays which featured scented stocks and wax flower.
Sara and Eamon were over joyed with their flowers and I was pleased that I added a little something to their perfect day. Congratulations Mr and Mrs O'Donnell. X