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Marbury Wedding

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I'm Excited to share some images of a beautiful wedding from back in August this year. Sarah and David were married at Marbury Church and choose a striking colour theme of blue, purple, pinks and creams.

Bride- Sarah really wanted to incorporate her favourite purple Rose into the flowers 'Dancing Clouds' which I must admit worked perfectly with the deep blue Delphinium and pink shades. Other flowers we included were Thistle, Nigella, Astilbe, and lots of Gypsophila another favourite of the Bride. Touches of Rosemary and Eucalyptus gave the flowers a lovely fresh, fragrant smell.

Bridesmaids-The Bridesmaids wore a navy blue colour and held Gypsophila bouquets, which worked beautifully. They each wore a Gypsophila slide in their hair too, they all looked stunning.

Buttonholes- Sarah choose a Ivory Rose for the buttonholes with the addition of a head of delphinium, a sprig of Astilbe, Gypsophila and Rosemary.

Church- I had the pleasure of decorating Marbury Church, its such a beautiful little church. I hung two big floral hearts at the front, hanging off the rails. They worked really well with the venue, I made sure I kept them country in style to be innkeeping with the country church, they didn't overwhelm the Church either and were the perfect in size.
Gypsophila pew lined the isle, they were simple yet very effective, I tied them with twine and a little bow.
Outside of Church sat two pretty little churns to welcome guests filled full of country flowers.

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