When luxury floral designer Kitten Grayson (@kittengraysonflowers) married flower buyer Sonny on 17th June 2017, the blooms were always going to take centre stage. The couple, who met at New Covent Garden flower market, share a mutual love of nature and wanted seasonal British blooms (and their personalities) to play a key part in the day. Foraged branches complemented the flowers and helped to create an enchanted forest vibe, while bespoke stationery, ribbons and vases added a personal feel. On the tables, candles and crystals ramped up the romance, while table plans crafted from antique watering cans were a whimsical touch. And what better way to finish this fairytale, petal-filled day than with Prosecco adorned with edible flowers?
A Beautiful mMix of Pink and Dusky Lilac Watercolour Hues Was The Starting Point for This Stunning and Unique day… Photo Gallery
Layers of lemon elderflower, lime courgette and pistachio sponge with raspberry coulis, fresh berries and rice paper flowers, £900 (including cake stand), thebakemonger.com.
GROOM AND FATHER OF THE GROOM
Suits, as before; hat, similar from £19.95, ebay.co.uk; buttonholes (astilbe, astrantia, penstemon, catmint), £12, picked from a local cutting garden designed by.
Kitten ENGLISH SWEET PEAS
Kitten used over 1,000 stems
Hand-drawn place names (with thank-you note and hand-tied string), £350 for 150, dannyrobbinsdesign.com; menu as before; crystals (including rose quartz, aquamarine, amethyst and fool’s gold, £8- £10 each, kittengrayson.com; flower arrangement (sweet pea, foxglove and peony), £15, kittengrayson.com. Tableware supplied by venue (atthechapel.co.uk)
English roses and sweet peas, from £15, kittengrayson.com (Opposite) arrangements as before.
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