It’s fair to say this was an incredibly special wedding for us at Eden Blooms….
Lydia and Johnny married in early May in the picturesque village of Kingweston, in the heart of Somerset. The entrance to the church was adorned with herbs, sweet peas, nigella, cornflowers, ranunculus, jasmine, clematis, forget me knots and of course it had to be ‘Lydia’ spray rose.
Lydia chose a super pretty, palette of blues, lilacs, pinks and peaches which complimented the stunning cornflower blue worn by her girls.
The church was filled with growing garden arrangements, bringing a touch of the outdoors in. It was bursting with an bundance of scent. Every pew, draped in cascading ferns, herbs and textured foliage’s.
Following the ceremony, guests headed to the reception at Huntstile Organic Farm. Here they celebrated the afternoon in the glorious, warm sunshine.
The marquee itself was full to the brim with Spring blooms. Lydia opted for a variety of table centres to create an intimate setting. Oversized arrangements were packed full of seasonal foliage and trailing sweet peas and suspended from the ceiling. They were a complete joy for the team to create! These became a key focal point of interest in the room and added the finishing touches to a wedding already packed with florals.
Lydia later wowed her guests, once more in a vintage Vera Wang dress for the evening’s celebrations. This was made complete by an elegant and simple, floral clown. She looked simply sensational.
We were truly blessed to have been part of such a wonderful occasion and to have had full floral input on what turned out to be an incredible day. This was a wedding filled with purely love, joy, friendship and laughter.
All images by Guy Collier.