Daisy and Dan chose a lovely Spring day in April 2018 for their wedding. Their venue was a lovely barn in the Yorkshire countryside where the rustic decor and wooden beams set the perfect backdrop for a relaxed wedding inspired by the surrounding countryside.

With a name like Daisy there was no question of whether these delicate flowers should be included in the bride’s bouquet. Classic white tanacetum daisies were therefore chosen alongside soft pink avalanche roses for Daisy’s daughter named Mia Rose. To fit the colour scheme chosen by the bride, white ranunculus, lilac stocks and sweet peas, pale pink rice flower and finally, eucalyptus, were also used to create a delicate bridal bouquet full of meaning and beautiful scent.

The same blooms were also used for a collection of vases grouped together in the centre of the dining tables on wooden log slices, as well as on the cake table and welcome table. The groom and his groomsmen wore simple buttonholes of avalanche roses and eucalytpus and the bridesmaid wore a wrist corsage made with white ranunculus, rice flower and eucalyptus.

It was an absolute pleasure to work with Daisy and Dan and to provide flowers that were full of meaning for all the family.

If you would like to discuss your own wedding flowers with us please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a free consultation.