On a snowy Saturday in February, Kristin and Felix tied the know at Clissold House, followed by a knees up at Tanner Warehouse.
When I first met Kristin, we immediately clicked and were able to share her vision for the wedding flowers. Kristin wanted the flowers to look elegant, but at the same time be quirky and interesting. I designed a scheme that incorporated lots of foliage, with interesting textures such as ferns, asparagus ferns and eucalyptus with pops of colour from seasonal rannunculus, anemones and hellebores. I used gold footed vases to add to the luxurious feel, but kept the arrangements loose and a bit wild. I also added vintage medicine bottles and moss to the tables to add to the interest, and both had significance to the Bride and Groom. I also created the cutest succulent favours for them to give away to their guests.
Kristin wanted to have a trailing bouquet to add to the vintage elegance of her dress, and I created this with lots of foliage, hellebores, rannunculus, hyacinths, anemones, David Austin Roses and Jasmine, all tied with the softest organic silk from Lancaster and Cornish (which looked amazing flowing in the wind!)
I absolutely love all these photos from Jay Tunbridge, and they show how you can totally rock the random British weather! Check out his website at http://www.jaytunbridge.co.uk/