Floral Romance in an English Garden

Floral Romance in an English Garden

Bring the happiness of the garden inside using beautiful displays of scented florals. Florists Darling and Green have used the fragrant selection of Darcey and Edith Yves Piaget and Jardinier roses from David Austin mixed with a sprinkle of scented Jasmine. We have used patterned vases to sit alongside jam jars, that have been decorated with fabric ribbon to add a special hand-made touch to the table decor. Pinned to the front of the table is this rather cheery ‘love’ bunting from The Linen Garden. Our bride wears a beautifully romantic floral lace dress from Bex Brides and carries a scented bouquet as her perfume for the day.
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New and vintage fabrics are a perfect alternative to a plain tablecloth, and very easy to make yourself with a sewing machine or hand stitched. Add frills or lace borders for the top table for that extra layering of detail. Don’t be shy, mix colours and varied scales of floral prints such as blousy blooms with similar scale ditsy prints.
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Pretty statement chairs can be a little luxury detailing for your day. Lightweight muslin is a great inexpensive way to decorate a chair. We love how the light works with the fabric and shows the silhouette of the spindles, all beautifully decorated with scented roses and pretty ribbons from Darling and Green.
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The smallest of the details can add a little visual conversation to the table such as this ‘lovers and a picnic’ coffee pot used as a vase. Take days out at weekends to scout around car boot sales to find unusual treasure for your day.
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Refreshments of fruit punch an cordials are perfect reception drinks for your guests on a warm summer’s day and they also add a little splash of colour to the table too. Max the colours of summer with this pretty floral garden stationery from Ruby Shoes Wedding, it is such a treat and looks perfect mixed with vintage floral china plates, beautiful floral layering for an afternoon garden party.
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Find more inspiration in Kiss The Bride Magazine. Read all our issues online here.
Styling and Gathering – Vicky Trainor from The Linen Garden
Photography – Keith Moss Photography
Floral Styling – Darling and Green
Faux Flowers – Cheryl-Ann Taylor Made In England
Stationery – Ruby Shoes Wedding
DIY Project – Jane Day
Venue – Whinstone View
Gown – Bexbrides

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