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Posts made in December, 2013

Real wedding: A whimsical winter wedding

Posted by on Dec 21, 2013 in News, Weddings

Bethan & Simon chose Hedsor House in Taplow, Berkshire as the stunning backdrop for their romantic winter affair The day started with a winter wonderland style, romantic candlelit ceremony, with a white aisle lined with twinkling candles and pretty rose petals. Free-standing silver & white birch trees laced with fairylights and hanging crystals lined the room, providing a lovely twinkling ambience for this romantic ceremony. The room was then completely re-styled in a very short...

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Real wedding: Retta & Mark’s pretty romantic affair

Posted by on Dec 14, 2013 in Events, News, Weddings

Retta & Mark chose Trunkwell Mansion House in Reading, Berkshire to host their whimsical fairytale wedding Flowers were mainly roses & hydrangeas in shades of soft vintage pale pink interspersed with fluffy gypsophila to create a soft romantic feel. The centrepieces were an eclectic mix of vintage styles consisting of pretty flowers & twinkling tealight candles, displayed in assorted glass jars and vintage pots. The Bride also fell in love with our new our bespoke...

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Featured in: Wedding Flowers magazine

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in As Featured In, News, Weddings

We are thrilled to have Zoe & Carl's stunning wedding at Lains Barn, Oxfordshire featured in Wedding Flowers magazine Their theme of fresh white and zesty green flowers interspersed with lots of fluffy gypsophila looked stunning against the rustic backdrop of Lains...

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‘Lucky in Love’ – meet our competition winners!

Posted by on Dec 1, 2013 in As Featured In, News, Weddings

Sally & Adam were the lucky winners of our competition featured  in Your Berks & Bucks Wedding magazine, and won a venue styling package provided by us for their wedding at Royal Windsor Racecourse in July 2012 The main theme for the day was a vintage tea party, and the bride had collected an eclectic mix of vintage china teapots, cups & saucers and milk bottles which we filled with vintage blousy open roses and fluffy gypsophila, with pretty candles and sweeties nestled in...

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