Holly & Chris’s wedding in August had to be one of my favourites this year. The whole day was lavish and elegant, set in a huge beautiful white marquee in Burnham, Buckinghamshire.
We used a host of pure white seasonal flowers accompanied by Eucalyptus foliages to create a stunning effect. The church ceremony was held at the pretty St James in Fulmer followed by the wedding breakfast and reception within the grounds next to The Tudor Barn in Burnham. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect with the sun shining all day.
One of the quirky elements to Holly & Chris’s day was that they included their little dog Milo in the wedding ceremony, how adorable!? We even made him a little floral doggy collar so he felt part of the celebrations!
At their marquee, Holly & Chris had large posy displays on their guest tables sat on clear glass conical vases. The top table had a whopping 24ft long floral garland and the bar featured a hanging flower installation suspended over it. With clear chiavari chairs and pure white carpet, the over-all effect was breath taking. The sides of the marquee were removed, to make the most of the beautiful green surroundings.
Lastly, Holly’s bouquet was a large rounded posy of Hydrangea, Roses and Gypsophila, it worked beautifully with her stunning princess dress. Chris looked dapper wearing a simple white Rose buttonhole with a sprig of Eucalyptus. I think you’ll agree this wedding is absolutely stunning, congratulations to the new Mr & Mrs Dubber!
These beautiful images were kindly supplied by Ruth Allen of Ruth Allen Photography, you can find her website here.
The Flower Menu of this wedding was;