St Giles House is one of those venues we dream of working in, so we felt lucky to not only work there but also to have a couple who were so happy to trust us completely in creating their flowers. This mid-October wedding was full of autumnal colour and texture, with homegrown Dahlias and garden Roses and a wonderful colour scheme of burgundy, pinks, cream and gold. Katie had a blowsy bouquet filled with tonal blooms and autumn texture such as Spindle Berry and Honesty seed heads.
St Giles has its own church just on the edge of the village where the couple said their vows, in there we decorated with trailing pew ends filled with seasonal foliage, along with clusters of pillar candles and leaves. To frame the couple at the end of the aisle we created two large urns filled with deep red blooms, hydrangeas and delicate cream coloured garden Roses.
For their wedding breakfast in the ornate library each table was decorated with a centrepiece surrounded by brass candlesticks, fallen autumnal leaves and seasonal fruits.
Featured on Once Wed wedding blog in March 2017