Friday, 30 November 2012

Jess and Steven's Drumtochty Summer Wedding

Hello lovelies,

I just wanted to share a few photographs from another lovely Aberdeen wedding this summer. Jess and Steven got married at the gorgeous St Palladius Chapel and Drumtochty Castle, which is quite a long drive away from Glasgow but definitely worth it for such a beautiful venue. 

Jess chose a beautiful colour range of soft blue-greens, whites and creams - we used eucalyptus, hydrangea, echevaria and poppy seed heads to bring out the sea-green colour alongside white roses, queen annes lace, astrantia and lovely scented stocks. As Jess and Steven are based over in the states, we planned the flowers via phone and email. It was really nice to meet face to face for the first time on the morning of the wedding! 

All the photographs of this delicious wedding are by the brilliant Edward Osborn, and you can see more from this wedding on his blog

Tonight I'm trying to work out how I can move to Mexico. For the sunshine (and the tequilla)....Over and out Xx

Friday, 23 November 2012

Hazel and Craig's Aberdeen Springtime Celebration

Hello lovelies, how is everyone today? I'll be honest, I've been better. I find these short November days very hard to deal with. I've been cramming vitamin D down my throat like there's no tomorrow and wishing for Spring to hurry up and get here. 

I've been getting more and more enquires for lovely weddings up in Aberdeenshire, and I thought I would share one of the first of these from earlier this year, with photographs courtesy of Mirrorbox Photography. This wedding was particularly lovely as I had a ball working with Hazel on all the little details, she even took the time to chauffer me around the various venues before the wedding while we planned the flowers together. We chose a variety of lovely spring flowers - tulips, anemones, ranunculus, miniature daffodils and muscari amongst others - I could hardly choose! Hazel wanted to keep the colours fresh and vibrant as it was Springtime, and also to tone in with her amazing and unusual wedding dress, which was the pale green Madame Butterfly by Suzanne Neville

I was helped out on the day by my lovely assistant Lauren, without whom I could not have hung all the pompoms inside and the ribbons in the trees outside, arranged all the vases, or installed Hazel and Craig's archway in time. I'm hoping that one day I will have a permanent assistant, but thats another story for another day.

There were so many lovely details to this wedding I can't begin to describe them all! You should however go and see what Hazel has been up to since her wedding to Craig. She's been a busy bee setting up her own incredible china hire business in Aberdeen - A Vintage Tea Party. All the beautiful china and tablecloths at the wedding were carefully collected by Hazel.

Well, enjoy the pictures my lovelies! Over and out for now xxx

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