Peri and Matt chose a gorgeous purple colour scheme for their flowers when they married at the Pumping House in Ollerton at the end of August.
The bride chose Roses and Lisianthus in different shades of purple plus lots of foliage, including scented Rosemary and Lavender, for her bouquet. A smaller version of the above, minus the Roses, was for the bridesmaid which complimented her dress.
The gents' buttonholes used more lilac Roses which were framed by Rosemary and Eucalyptus, whilst the Ring bearer had a smaller buttonhole with sprigs of Gypsophila and Lavender.
For their reception, the couple's top table was decorated with a mixed foliage swag, dotted throughout with small Gypsophila bunches to add a hint of colour. The table settings each had a small bunch of dried Lavender that was tied with string, whilst the table centrepieces were decorated crates (supplied by the bride and groom themselves) with hand ties in each containing more flowers and foliage to match the wedding party... in purple, of course!
Wired Roses were also used to decorate the bottom two tiers of the cake.
Cake by the lovely Strawberry Cupcakes.
Fantastic photography by M&G Photographic.