It was cold day in January 2020 when I met Sarah, Jordan and their little baby boy. I instantly warmed to them; it was clear that they were down-to-earth, friendly and very much in love. But it became apparent that they were resilient and kind too – life skills that would come in useful given all that 2020 was about to unleash.
Sarah described her vision for romantic, rustic floral design. Considering this, we discussed using seasonal grey and green foliage together with a collection of seasonal flowers. The colour theme of the wedding was based around white and neutral tones accompanied by complimenting dusky pink hues. With this in mind we suggested dusky pink Roses, white Eustoma Alissa for the ruffled effect Sarah liked, together with white Veronica and Gypsophila. Jordan had a buttonhole created especially for his Dad, who was sadly no longer with them. The buttonhole sat by a photo of him which we though was a beautiful gesture and nod to his Father.
All flower bouquets and buttonhole would be finished with hessian or twine, in-keeping with the rustic setting of the beautiful Barn at The Hundred House. If you haven’t visited The Hundred House before then you absolutely should. It has a lovely restaurants but when it comes to weddings, we can’t think of any other Shropshire Barn wedding venue that offers a complete package in the way they do. It’s only a stones throw from our shop too, which is exceedingly handy!
The wedding photos below were captured by James of ATD Photography, He has a true eye for detail and natural documentary style photography. The photographs below will tell the story of Sarah and Jordan’s beautiful day!