Amy and Danny's Welsh countryside wedding really was a sight to behold. On a stunning farmland in the west of Wales, their tipi wedding, and its stunning scenery made for a pretty spectactular day. Surrounded by meadows, flowers and grassland, the scene was certainly set for a very special day.
Not wanting to drift from the rustic and natural feel of their wedding venue, Amy and Danny opted to go for simple blooms to enhance the venue. Lavender and gypsophila oozed from every corner of the tipi. Small cans, hand made by the crafty bride, lined the tables overflowing with dried lavender (which smelt amazing) and were enveloped by bouncy stems of gypsophila, softening the overall appearance.
Being so petite, we knew that Amy wasn't suited to a particularly large bouquet, and it almost took away from the rustic vibe she was hoping to achieve, so stems of lavender, spray roses, gypsophila and small stems of parvifola eucalyptus to bring a small part of the countryside into their arrangements.
So as not to up stage the bride, all bridesmaids had smaller posys, which actually complimented their dresses perfectly.
Many people don't focus on the buttonholes, but I wanted to make sure that Danny felt as much included and as important as the bride, so we paid a lot of attention to making his buttonhole just perfect.
Overall, Danny and Amy managed to achieve a simply stunning wedding, in a gorgeous setting, without totally upsetting the bank. May you have long and happy lives together!
The Flower Boutique xx