Coral & Peach

Leanne and Phil had a great vision of the colours and style they wanted for their special day. They chose to marry at a local venue, The Old Barn Esholt on a sunny September day. We chose a mixture of soft blush-cream and Living Coral; 2019’s Colour Pantone of the Year! Leanne really loved a variety of coral-pink Rose, called Miss Piggy, which featured in the brides and bridesmaids’ bouquets. Leanne’s neatly soft-rounded bouquet contained Roses, white Bouvardia, cream freesias, apricot Lisianthus and coral Hypericum berries, giving a balanced, soft and luxurious look to her bouquet. The bridesmaids bouquets contained more peaches, so their bouquets would stand out when held against their teal blue dresses. All of the bouquets were finished in hessian ribbon to co-ordinate with their other venue decorations. Phil wanted his and his groomsmen’s buttonholes to compliment the colour selection and chose a simple, understated white rose, and he just loved the idea of using the Hypericum berries for a bit of coral colour! Their buttonholes were wrapped in twine and I think they looked great, against the navy blue of the mens’ suits. Photos by Paul Walker

"We couldn’t have asked for anything more, everyone commented on them, it was just a shame we went on honeymoon a few days later so didn’t get to appreciate them for longer!"

Leanne & Phillip