Being in WA, Kim discovered Bella In Bloom online. While visiting SA we met up and discussed her flowers and I instantly felt at ease with this chilled out Bride to be! Her wedding day was no different. She was calm and happy and surrounded by family when I delivered her flowers. I made the stupid mistake of leaving her grandmothers ring at home and whilst she insisted it wasn’t an issue I drove home anyway, got the ring and was back tying it on an hour later. I often don’t get to see my brides in their dresses all ready to walk down the aisle, so maybe forgetting the ring was a blessing!
The reception was held at the scenic Lyndoch Hill in the barrel room. The wall of barrels behind the bridal table gave a lovely backdrop and guest tables with fishbowls full of seasonal blooms and candles added a soft and romantic look to the room.
Bride – White and cream tones in David Austin Roses, Roses, Lisianthis, Freesias and Hyacinths with some privet greenery.
Bridesmaids – Pale pink and white tones in Roses, Lisianthis, Freesias and Hyacinths with some privet greenery.
Groom, Groomsmen, Pageboy and Dads – Buttonholes with a Rose on a Camellia leaf.
Mums – Lapel corsages with Roses and Freesias on Camellia leaves.
Flowergirl – Pomander ball made from Roses, Freesias, Lisianthis, Hyacints, Carnations all in white.
Reception Table pieces – Fishbowls with mixed flowers consisting of Alstromeria, Roses, Carnations, Daisies and Misty with some Privet greenery.
Reception Bridal Table – A long and low arrangement of Alstromeria, Roses, Carnations, Daisies and Misty with some Privet greenery.
I just wanted to say a massive thanks to you for the absolutely stunning flowers you made for our wedding on 5th October. We received so many comments on how gorgeous they were. You went above and beyond what I wanted and to go back home an hour before to get the ring was way above also. You were always on hand to answer any questions I had and were a pleasure to work with. I will definitely recommend you to other brides.