Summer Weddings …

On a cold but sunny February morning, when the garden is just beginning to wake up to the thought of Spring and the ‘to-do’ list includes tending the roses ready for the year ahead, my thoughts drift back to last Summer and a wedding where roses were celebrated in their prime.

 

Arabella and Adam were married on a beautiful day in July.  The wedding took place in a small Hampshire church and the reception was  held a short walk over the fields to the Bride’s family garden – a magnificent venue for a summer, country-style occasion.

 

The church was decorated simply with silver birch, ferns, clematis and lots of lovely foliage.  We wanted to bring the rural Hampshire countryside inside and create a natural, yet striking tableau to frame the ceremony.  Foliage and flowers were gathered from the Bride’s parent’s garden which helped to bring the seasons and the surroundings together as a backdrop to this beautiful day.

 

Roses and herbs were mixed with lavender to reference the couple’s love of France and coupled with a heathers as a nod to Adam’s Scottish background.

 

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

 

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio

Caroline Davy Studio