2022 has seen a rise in intimate, micro weddings. For those of you who are new to this term, these are small beautiful weddings, usually with just a handful of guests.
As a result, I have been fortunate enough to have been asked to undertake the flowers for a few of these this year. And, as always I am extremely honoured to have been chosen to undertake this task of providing the florals for your weddings.
Each one has been different in colour and style but each has been such fun to devise.
Pilgrims Rest Battle was the venue for the first one early this Spring, and we provided a bridal bouquet in gorgeous peach roses, complimented with campanula and oxypetalum. The bride also decided to have some flowers for her hair. All guests wore a buttonhole in colours to compliment the brides bouquet and each buttonhole was slightly different. I used a mix of spray roses, hellebores, and mascari and they really summed up this beautiful intimate wed I loved these colours.
We were also fortunate enough to provide some florals for a wedding held at St Marys of the Sea Church in Hastings. The lovely couple only requested for a few bunches of flowers for the church altar and flowers for the Bridal Party.
The colour theme was lilac and lavender, and the flowers were two varieties of rose, campanula, scabiousa and limonium. This flower combination looked absolutely stunning.
Another intimate wedding was in fashionable Kingston Upon Thames. At this wedding we provided a beautiful peony bouquet and dressed the wedding breakfast tables with bud vases and gypsophila. This was a beautiful intimate Italian wedding.
And finally another of our recent intimate weddings was a really small affair, requiring nothing more than buttonholes and a corsage for the bride. The entire wedding party wore a buttonhole and after the wedding headed off to Great Park Farm in Battle for a lovely lunch
So whatever your requirements we would be happy to assist you with your wedding florals whatever your budget or size.