After postponing their wedding due to the pandemic, Katharine and Gavin finally got to say 'I do' on a gloriously hot summer's day in July at Cockliffe House, surrounded by friends and family.
For her bridal bouquet, Kat opted for a mix of David Austen Roses (which smelt divine!), Avalanche Roses, Astrantia, Astilbe and Hypericum berries with Eucalyptus foliage, in shades of pink, cream and white. The bridesmaid's each carried a bouquet of pale Pink Roses and Eucalyptus which complimented the bride's bouquet, and their deep red dresses, perfectly.
The bride and bridesmaid's also wore a flower comb in their hair, created using a mix of cream and white flowers to tie in with the rest of the flowers.
For the Groom's, Gents' and Ladies' buttonholes, Lisianthus in either pink or white was the centrepiece alongside a mix of Astrantia, Eucalyptus foliage and additional Hypericum berries for Gavin.
Eucalyptus was also the star of the show for the venue flowers with the couple opting for a mixed foliage and Rose swag to be draped along the top of the seating plan, the arrival sign and along the top table for their wedding reception. Additional flowers to match the wedding party were used on each of the guest tables, both inside and outside, as well as on each tier of the cake.
These gorgeous photos were sent to us by the bride - with photography by Charlotte Jopling
Venue: Cockliffe House
Venue Styling: Nuptia
Hair: Helen Sutcliffe
Makeup: The Bridal Artists
Wedding Dress from Wedding Belles of Four Oaks