Collaborative Photoshoot – Southend Barns

Stunning photographs of the products and services of some very talented Hampshire and West Sussex wedding suppliers – and our flowers look pretty good too!

Bridal Flowers Direct

At the end of last month we shared with you a little taster of a photoshoot we were involved in at Southend Barns, Donnington, nr Chichester.

The photoshoot brought together several Hampshire and West Sussex wedding suppliers all of whom were keen to showcase their particular wedding product or service.

The chosen colour scheme  was a mixed palette of coral, peach and mint green with a hint of gold which all toned beautifully with the rustic but sophisticated setting of the venue and as you will see from the photographs below the end results were stunning.

Other suppliers involved in the photoshoot –

Photography – http://www.hanavenn.co.uk

Bridal Dress – http://www.bijoubridal.co.uk

Bridesmaid Dresses – http://www.elizamabel.com

Venue – http://www.southendbarns.co.uk

Sweet Treats – http://www.qbtreats.co.uk

Wishing Tree and Backdrops – http://www.creativeweddingworkshop.com

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One Date, One Venue, Two Weddings

Wedding season is now well and truly underway …..

Bridal Flowers Direct

Old Thorns Golf and Country Estate is a regular and favourite wedding venue of ours and so it was only a matter of time before we were asked to supply flowers for two separate weddings on the same day.

Last Saturday we were delighted to provide arrangements for the weddings of Simon and Louise and Steve and Emma.

Simon and Louise who had chosen the hotel’s Grand Ballroom for their wedding wanted a country style feel to their flowers with elements of royal blue. Blue Delphinium, Akito White Roses, White Lisianthus and Gypsophila were used to create all the Bridal Party arrangements. Louise had also requested Cornflowers but as it is currently too early in the year for these, artificial ones were incorporated with the fresh flowers. The wooden table plan had been lovingly created by Simon and contained enamel jugs filled with flowers to give the impression flowers were growing out of…

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