White rustic wedding at Great Fosters

White rustic spring wedding flowers

This white and rustic early-spring wedding at Great Fosters was really pure and dreamy and would look amazing for a winter wonderland themed wedding too.  With beautiful striking anemones, faux cherry blossom and all-year round roses, hydrangeas and gypsophila, this had the purity of a winter wonderland wedding and could be replicated from October through the winter months and at a push, all the way through April.  Anemones are one of my favourite flowers so I relish getting my hands on them as much as possible. They are so perfect for monochrome weddings!… For this white rustic wedding at Great Fosters, Laura and her bridesmaids all carried beautiful white bouquets of Avalanche roses, lisianthus, black and white anemones, ranunculus and silvery eucalyptus. Rob and his merry men wore buttonholes of Avalanche roses with eucalyptus, adding a pretty anemone just to Rob’s buttonhole.

For the wedding ceremony in the Orangery we created a couple of grand vase centrepieces, with rustic willow twigs and cherry blossom twigs (faux, but who would know?), hydrangeas, roses, stocks and gypsophila, to frame the ceremony area.  The slightly smaller (but still very tall) guest table matching vase centrepieces for the central tables, were used first to line the wedding aisle, creating a beautiful rustic but wintery effect. The lovely white Chiavari chairs and the ceremony table, were dressed with pretty flower posies of roses, anemones, ranunculus and lisianthus, in cute heart embossed vintage silver vases, to keep the flowers fresh. These were later on used again all along the top table, besides the bridesmaids bouquets. The serene white feel of the beautiful Orangery was finished off by romantic storm vases and rose petal scatter all along the wedding aisle.  

For the wedding reception in the Tithe Barn, the central tables, under a beautiful canopy of fairy lights stars, were dressed with the tall rustic centrepieces from the wedding aisle, with hanging glass bauble votives. The tables under the eaves of the tithe barn, where the ceiling is lower, were dressed with low centrepieces. For a really pretty and relaxed look, these were clusters of 3 vases, with pretty white flowers, surrounded by votives for pretty candlelight.

Some of the beautiful photography of the wedding (mixed in with my own shots – you’ll know which ones are whose), are thanks to the amazing husband and wife team at David Ward Photography, who captured some really gorgeous moments of this wedding…


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