With summer drawing to a close and autumn just around the corner, September is always a lovely time of year to get married. This year we worked on a few different weddings including this one at St Luke’s Church in Chelsea. Find out a little bit more below.
The bride chose an array of seasonal flowers for her bridal bouquet. It featured blue Hydrangeas, Echo Champagne Lisianthus, Honeymoon Freesia, Phlox, Cool Water Roses, white Avalanche Roses, Snowflake Spray Roses and Rosemary. The eye-catching Cool Water Roses were found throughout the bouquets and arrangements, and the groom wore one as his buttonhole with a sprig of flowering Poplar too.
The bridesmaids’ bouquets smelt wonderful and included no less than eight flowers and herbs! Freesia and Lisianthus featured alongside Snowflake Spray Roses, white Avalanche Roses and Cool Water Roses. Mint and Rosemary provided a finishing touch and textural variety.
Decorated with a tall stained glass window, St Luke’s in Chelsea is a beautiful church for wedding ceremonies. A large urn arrangement of Verena Classic Hydrangeas, blue and white Delphinium, trailing Ivy, Mimosa, Eucalyptus and seasonal Snowberries greeted the guests as they entered, whilst another stood at the front of the church. The pew ends were a burst of colour and featured Lisianthus alongside Cool Water Roses, Honeymoon Freesia, Snowflake Spray Roses and flowering Poplar.
For the reception in Queensgate Caroline and Mark chose table centrepieces to match the bridal bouquet. Low vases were brimming with blue Hydrangeas, Lisianthus, Phlox and Roses. The first of the season’s Snowberries were a nod to the beginning of autumn.
Thank you to Caroline and Mark for sharing their photographs with us. All photography by Stonelock Photography.
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