Emily and Ed celebrated their wedding on a working farm in the heart of Somerset. Having had to delay twice - once for Covid and once to welcome a baby, we had been planning this one for a while and it all came together so beautifully. Think rustic, bohemian and festival vibes in a big country barn with colourful carpets down the aisle and hay bales all around. The flowers were a true celebration of late summer harvest combining country garden favourites, wildflowers and hedgerow elements. Big thanks to James and Kerrie Photography for these stunning pictures of the day.
Bridal Party Flowers
Emily and her bridesmaids carried bouquets of jewel colours arranged with a light and untamed ‘garden-gathered’ style and tied with flowing hand-dyed silk ribbon. Flowers included dahlias, roses, phlox, scabious, strawflowers, cosmos, rudbeckia, grasses, orach, eryngium and seasonal foliage including jasmine, honeysuckle and berries.
For Ed and his groomsmen wore colourful buttonholes of rudbeckia, strawflowers, clematis, eucalyptus, orach and eryngium, tied with rustic twine.
Wedding Month | September
Venue | Court Farm, Banwell
Theme | Autumnal jewel tones
Dress | So Gorgeous Bridal
Photographer | James and Kerrie Photography
Tree hire | Wild tree services
"Sacha, the flowers were beyond what we could have hoped for! They were STUNNING! I had to keep looking at the room for a reality check and to take it all in, I thought it looked incredible! Thank you so so so much and for all the extras that you did, I spotted the extra buckets and the flowers round the oak tree - they looked lush! Everything you did was perfect and so many people kept coming up and saying how wonderful the flowers were. Thank you so much!"
Emily and Ed, September 2022
The barn at Court Farm was transformed into a beautiful ceremony space with a walkway of vintage rugs and vintage French enamel jugs filled to the brim with autumnal flowers and foliage. At the end of the aisle a pair of beautiful trees formed a natural arch and backdrop to frame Emily and Ed as they made their vows.
The reception space was filled with trees hired from Wild Tree Services and flowers from the aisle were moved onto tables following the ceremony. Tea lights and pillar candles on each table provided atmospheric lighting all through the evening and into the night.