Last year we had the pleasure of dressing the stunning Eastnor Castle for Leah and Baron Jon’s elegant summer wedding, planned and executed perfectly by Louise Perry of Louise Perry Weddings.
Excitement and happy anticipation filled the air as we set up for our couple’s big day and it was simply contagious. Nestled amongst lush green trees in the Herefordshire countryside, Eastnor Castle is steeped in history and is the perfect setting for a Fairy Tale wedding.
From the USA, our lovely couple were an absolute joy and we were very excited to work with a couple from the other side of the pond. We even sent the quote to Honolulu in Hawaii!
Louise and Natalie, of Louise Perry Weddings, were the couple’s planners. Louise and her team are seamless when it comes to co-ordinating and running their weddings and this was no exception. Every little detail had been thought about and considered carefully and you could see just how invested their team was in this wedding, as they are in every wedding. Their smiles were infectious and we love working with Louise and her team.
Delicate pinks, creams and peach offset the grandeur of the venue perfectly by adding a touch of soft romance.
Ample arrangements of green foliage with hydrangeas nestled within and sprays of stocks, roses, peonies, ammi and eucalyptus adorned each side of the staircase, providing a perfect entrance for the beautiful bride.
Guy Collier, their photographer, captured such beautiful moments, encapsulating the emotions felt by the couple and their family perfectly.
The whole day just oozed romance and the lovely couple couldn’t have looked happier.
Understated, elegant and simple, the gorgeous low table arrangements beneath traditional candelabras allowed the dramatic venue to take centre stage whilst light, neutral tones gave that lift which complimented the rich décor perfectly.
We absolutely loved this wedding and wish Leah and Baron Jon a long and happy marriage.
Leah’s reaction as Emily walked through the door with her bouquet encompasses why we love what we do and Emily’s face shows just how much we love it; I believe she was fighting back tears at this moment! Flowers for a wedding are just so personal and we are so very honoured to be able to share that with each and every one of our brides.
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