When Heidi and Trevor got married at Beauberry House in Dulwich, they wanted flowers to reflect their relaxed but stylish approach to the day. You can see from the photos that everyone looked absolutely gorgeous and the sexy bubblegum pink ‘Aqua’ and pale pink ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses just added to it all!
I think Heidi chose a very cool combination for her bouquet – those ‘Aqua’ roses with dark brown ‘Chocolate Cosmos’. They really do smell of chocolate so it was an all round sensory experience.
Beauberry House is a beautiful venue. The upstairs ‘White Room’ (where the weddings take place) is a perfect blank canvas for any number of floral colour combinations. We used the fabulous cerise pink ‘Serena’ gerberas, delicate pale pink ‘Princess Caroline’ delphiniums and pink ‘Cinderella Antique Pink’ stocks with wonderful acid green Bells of Ireland and bupleurum. I love the detailing of snake grass and dark brown organza on the vases which, again, picked up on the sophisticated colours that the wedding party were wearing.
What I really enjoyed about this wedding was Heidi’s infectious warmth and excitement about her flowers and her wedding in general. I can’t help feeling that my job becomes even more lovely when I’ve engaged with a client on an emotional level and not just on a business one. Somehow, the flowers come together more beautifully, if that makes any sense at all!