The bride knew the exact flower she wanted for her bouquet…these beautifully vibrant ‘Confidential’ roses. I softened the edge of her classic rose dome bouquet with asparagus fern and bound the stems with a silk ribbon. We also used the orange rose in the grooms buttonhole adding plenty of texture with a thistle and some soft greenery.

A stunning brides bouquet of light orange roses tinged with a fiery umber, created by London Florist Garland

The little bridesmaids carried the cutest flower wands whilst the older bridesmaids carried their own small version of the brides bouquet.

The daughter of the bride was too small to carry her own bouquet so I made her a beautiful floral crown from lime green alchimella, orange spray roses and white nigella – also known as ‘love-in a mist’

Childs flower crown with alchemical and orange roses
Orange rose and white delphinium wedding ceremony flowers

The wedding reception was held in a local iconic London tavern, full of character and wonderful paintings. The flowers were casual and relaxed as if picked from a meadow.

Relaxed flowers picked from a meadow
Meadow flowers for a beautiful wedding
Wedding flowers at St Johns Tavern
Bride and orange rose bouquet

Photography: Darren Salanson Photography, Louise Davies