A laidback, South London wedding, colourful spring flowers (with a little bit of Welsh for good measure).
Rachel and Rowan wanted pretty spring flowers to reflect their intimate South London meets Wales wedding. The ceremony at the chapel in St Francis Xavier College was dressed with an ivy and gypsophelia garland leading up to chapel, kilner jars topped with rings of gypsophelia and two bright and cheerful pedestals of spring blooms at the front of the alter.
Rachel wanted a rustic inspired bouquet in bright colours with a request to use a few narcissus (tiny scented daffodils), we used paper whites as a nod to Rowan’s Welsh roots. The bouquet included, anemones, ranunculas, muscari (grape hyacinth), lisianthus, green bell and a little eucalyptus.
The bridesmaids looked just fabulous in their 50’s style polka dot dresses and the white gypsophelia bouquets complemented them just beautifully.
The red route master bus took the newly weds and their guests to a traditional good old south London pub in Crystal Palace, the intimate venue tables dressed with informal jars and bottles of spring flowers, a lovely fun, fresh, spring feel.