Weeding florist and bride Catherine choose stunning flowers for her wedding at Chequers Hall.
Catherine was mainly focused on the colours of her flowers which had to co ordinate with her bridesmaids dresses which were a pale grey lilac colour and their farming background also the venue The Chequers Inn a small country pub surrounded by trees and fields well known for its great food hospitality and log fires.
We began with the choice of flowers romantic Roses in light shades of lilac, pink and deep mauve a popular Amnesia Roses, white Thistles, Astrantia with touches of flowering Mint and Eucalyptus with Bertie and Fred's trailing silk ribbons. The bridesmaids had the same combination of flowers. St Marys in Bottesford had milk churns decorated with flowers which after the ceremony decorated Catharine's and Wayne's reception, The church pew ends were decorated with Populus Eucalyptus and a single Rose.
The entrance to the Chequers Inn was decorated with hay bales and wellington boots filled with flowers, inside the tables were decorated with a simple log slice with a vase of Roses and Eucalyptus, the top table a garland of Eucalyptus and the bridal bouquets displayed in a mercury rose gold vases.