A Cheery, Bright Occasion

Good morning ladies & gents.. after being off the grid (not posting) for a few weeks, I am back & I have got some fantastic content to share with all of your wonderful people!

Take a look at this wedding (AND joint birthday), we had the pleasure of doing for fellow friends in April of this year, a simple, yet colourful wedding set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. The sun shone brightly all day long, and the two celebrated their love, and their life surrounded by all their friends and family.

Sunflowers are a quintessential summer flower and are a favorite among many brides. The bright yellow petals are sunny and cheerful, while the dark centers add a touch of drama. If your a sunflower-lover, take a look at the photos below

Mary & Mark April 2017 2
Afternoon Tea 

Mary & Mark April 2017 3

Mary & Mark April 2017 4
Window Sill Arrangement 

The venue, a village hall, was certainly brought to life with the beautiful and bright sunflowers (Sunflower Sunrich Orange) sat on each window sill, the bar and the ceremony table.

Mary & Mark April 2017 5
Bride’s Bouquet 

Mary & Mark April 2017 6

& of course, our favourite display urns took front of stage on the ceremony table.

Mary & Mark April 2017 7
Cake anyone?

All the family pitched in to help make the day, one to remember. Old photographs were displayed from past and present and scrummy cakes & savoury bites were made to accompany the afternoon tea.

Mary & Mark April 2017

Mary & Mark April 2017 8

Flowers Content: 

Thlaspi Green Bell 

Sunflowers Sunrich Orange 

Eucalyptus Cinerea 

Pussy Willow AND Salix

 

Thank you for reading

Have a wonderful Wednesday & see you soon.

Laura

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