Sophie and David were married in Oxton's pretty little village church and enjoyed a candlelit reception at Swancar Farm. Sophie decided she would like to dress their guest tables very simply with the chic candelabras supplied by the venue. Their long top table provided a huge wow factor as their guests entered The Oak Hall, dressed lavishly in stone urns filled with delicate white narcissi, eucalyptus garlands, masses of mercury tea lights and Parisian candlesticks, all available to hire from Floraldeco. With a backdrop of a massive Christmas tree and the imposing fireplace, it was a feast for the eyes. Jack from Firsthand Photography captured it beautifully.
Sunday, 24 January 2016
Just wanted to say a huge thank you for the incredible job you did! It's like you dived inside my mind and created everything I was dreaming up!!!The flowers were more then I had hoped for and that's saying a lot because I had very high hopes. A true artist with timeless taste. Thank you so much, everything was beautiful! Charlotte X
Posted by Rebecca Caddell at 05:32
Wednesday, 2 December 2015
I loved being part of Rosie and Luke's wedding. Right from the beginning it was planned meticulously with every little detail thought of. Rosie and her bridesmaid Liz carried oversized bouquets in soft pastels, trestle tables were dressed with moss runners, with bottles and jars full to the brim of berries and daisies, combining glamour with rustic charm, perfect for the beautifully relaxed tipi setting. These gorgeous photos were by Hannah at Lifeline Photography
Posted by Rebecca Caddell at 21:19
Wednesday, 4 February 2015
What a perfect colour mix for Sophie and Adam's early Autumn wedding at Stubton Hall last year. Sophie loved her bouquet so much, she said she would never forget the image of me carrying the basket of bouquets up the garden path to the cottage, how lovely! Stunning photos by Lucy G Photography
Posted by Rebecca Caddell at 09:00
Saturday, 8 November 2014
Thursday, 9 October 2014
This was a wedding flower order of 6 very pretty, colourful bridesmaids' bouquets, which were the perfect size to display as table decor in cream enamel pots for the wedding breakfast in Sutton Bonington's conservatory. Thank you so much to Jac at Firsthand Photography who captured these wonderful images.
Posted by Rebecca Caddell at 08:09