Weddings of 2021 Part 1
It’s been a busy wedding season I’m pleased to report after what was a tough time for us all! And it’s not over yet, I’ve plenty more weddings this year and 2022 and 2023 are fast filling up. I can’t wait to create beautiful wedding flowers for them all.
Since it has been a while, I thought it would be nice to take a look at some of the weddings that have taken place over 2021, to showcase the wedding flowers but also as a celebration of all my lovely couples and as inspiration to those newly engaged!
I offer a full range of wedding floristry services, as well as my wedding planner services, the Bride’s Butler. Take a look at the wonderful weddings below and if you have any questions get in touch.
Natasha & Mel
My first wedding of 2021 was the wonderful Natasha & Mel who were married this afternoon in Holy Family Church Teconnaught near Downpatrick with their immediate families present. The touch of baby blue in their wedding flowers was beautiful!
Sarah & James
I loved seeing how couples adapted to the pandemic and Sarah & James were no different. They were married in their stunning garden which had the most amazing view. Lots of pinks and creams for these elegant wedding flowers.
Camilla & Keith
As things began to open up, weddings started to go ahead once again! Camilla & Keith were married with a few very close friends in an intimate ceremony in The Ghost House at Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort. A small celebration took place afterwards at their beautiful home outside Portadown. The bridal bouquet was simply stunning, with peaches, creams and pinks and as it was in season, peonies!
Jade & Dean
Bold and beautiful colour shone on Jade & Dean’s beautiful wedding which took place at The Phantom House, Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort. The sun shone for this lovely couple and loved the colours in their vibrant wedding flowers.
Peter & Renata
As Summer finally arrived, I was delighted to see wedding season back in full swing. Including the beautiful wedding of Peter & Renata Philips which took place in Crossgar, a reception followed in Slieve Donard Resort & Spa, Newcastle. Their wedding flowers were classic and simply beautiful!
And that’s where we will leave this walk down memory lane! Stay tuned for the next part in the series. Hopefully you have enjoyed viewing these wonderful weddings, plus there are lots of venue ideas and of course wedding flower inspiration!
Blog provided by Melissa from Lost in the Words.