Laura decided on a gorgeous summer mix of flowers for her May wedding. I was given a brief on colours and certain flowers that must be included and the rest a mix left to me. We also decided on some scented flowers as it was a traditional church wedding and these would be teamed together with flowers given to the local church flower ladies to decorate with.

A trailing hand tie bouquet of a summer mix of flowers including garden roses, peony, stocks and ferns

Brides bouquet

The bouquet was a hand tie that had a waterfall trailing effect when carried. It consisted of pale pink garden roses, astilbe, eustoma and peonies, lilac stocks, veronica and eustoma, ivory stocks and sweet peas, and lavender with thalaspi, fern and fountain grass foliage. All tied together with ivvory organza ribbon.

A close up of the brides bouquet of summery flowers

The bridesmaids each carried a small mix of flowers from the bridal bouquet.

A summer mix of flowers including stocks, peony, roses and sweet peas as a bridesmaid bouquet

Bridesmaid bouquet

Peony, sweet peas, stocks, eustoma and veronica in a bridesmaid's hand tie posyLavender, stocks, roses, eustoma and ferns in a bridesmaid hand tie posy

The flower girls carried a silver wire heart filled with gorgeously scented white and ivory sweet pea heads. A small white loop was added to slip over their arm.

Silver wired hearts filled with white sweet pea flower heads

Flower girl hearts

The mum’s were each given a small selection of flowers from the brides posy as a corsage. Including a garden rose, sweet peas, lavender and veronica. Tied together with a small satin ribbon bow.

A modern buttonhole of a rose with veronica, sweet peas, lavender and foliage tied together with ribbon

Roses, lavender, sweet peas, eustoma and fern in a modern style buttonhole

The men all wore a smaller version as a buttonhole tied together with ribbon, in the modern style.

Eustoma, sweet pea, lavender and veronica buttonhole

All bridal party flowers are boxed up with plenty of soft packing just before delivery.

Bouquets, buttonholes and hearts in a delivery box

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