I’m so pleased to be sharing these beautiful photos from Laura and Michael’s summer wedding at Great Fosters. Laura and Michael opted for an indoor wedding ceremony in the Orangery at Great Fosters. We created an ethereal part-arch part-canopy structure to showcase the key moments of the wedding day. Our blossom flower trees came into their own down the aisle, creating a magical space.
The bouquets were beautifully scented, with O’Hara garden roses and many other roses and spray roses, in delicate hues of ivory, cream and palest of blush. For the wedding breakfast, Laura and Michael wanted the barn to look quite different and opted for more polished and luxurious table centrepieces, bursting with gorgeous ivory and blush summer blooms.
The long top table was styled with a series of flower posies in rose gold vases. I advised Laura and Michael to reuse 2 of the flowers trees from the aisle behind the top table. This gave a lovely backdrop for the speeches. Tall centrepieces draping with pearls strands were used dress the tables in the high part of the barn. The tables under the eaves of the barn were styled with romantic candle-lit clusters of low vases and candles with pearl details.
Far from the selection of jam jars and bunting that are a very simple way to dress the Tithe Barn, this wedding went right to the other end of the style spectrum. This was a very lavish take on barn flowers and looked soooooo pretty!