A festival inspired wedding at Rookery Meadows

Here at Triangle Nursery, we are dedicated to sharing and inspiring you with not only the thousands of fresh flowers that we sell, but also the floristry that our lovely in house florists produce for weddings, events and other occasions…

To inspire your weekend blues, feast your eyes on the Becs and Barns festival, fun filled wedding located in the heart of the country side in Rookery Meadows..

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From beer bottles, to jam jars, the venue was brought to life with country styled flowers on every table! The flowers were in pastel shades to go with the theme; with a mixture of the following flowers: Delphinium, Eustoma Lisianthus, Gypsophila, Thlaspi green bell, Veronica, Spray Rose Bombastic, Astilbe, Spray Rose Cream and Seasonal varieties.

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Lots of love and congratulations to our happy couple – Becs & Barney and I wish you a lifetime of happiness and love in their new chapter!

 

With much love,

Laura and all the team at Triangle Nursery Ltd

For more information on the flowers used for the wedding, please comment below or call us on 01394 385 832 to speak to our in-house florists! OR visit our website for a whole range of beautiful fresh flowers at wholesale prices – www.trianglenursery.co.uk/fresh-flowers

It’s Monday – don’t forget to be awesome!!

Wedding Venue: Rookery Farm, Harleston 

Flowers supplied and made by: Triangle Nursery Ltd

 

 

 

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