Naomi and Stuart chose a gorgeous mix of flowers for their winter wedding in December.
For the bridal bouquet cream Roses alongside Ranunculus, Lisianthus and seasonal mixed foliage were used which created a wonderful textured effect - and looked amazing too! The bridesmaids' bouquets, a perfect addition to the above, were a mix of cream Astilbe, Alstroemeria and Eucalyptus foliage. Whilst the gents' buttonholes, a single white Ranunculus, Lisianthus buds and Thlaspi with a hint of foliage, also complimented the bridal bouquet to a T.
A mix of the above flowers were used to decorate the table at the Methodist Church in Nuthall, Nottingham where their wedding ceremony was held.
For their reception at the Carriage Hall in Plumtree more of the same flowers, this time in large arrangements, were used for the radiator shelf at the back of the hall, whilst the tables held just a hint of foliage alongside pine cones to echo the season. Finally, posies of Roses, Thlaspi and Eucalyptus were added to each tier of the cake to add detail.
Photos taken by Jess Rigley Photography and provided by the lovely bride.