Chelsea and Jason said their "I do's" at Trafford Hall, on the outskirts of Chester, in March.
Chelsea wanted assorted pastel colours for her own bouquet, using springtime seasonal materials and rustic hessian bound stems. The bridesmaids had lovely white and greens, as did the groomsmen, tied with rustic twine bows, to continue with the rustic countryside theme. It fit perfectly well with the venue and the styling by Sweetpea and Ivy - just look at that swing in the venue grounds!
Springtime means scented blooms for me. The bridal flowers had lots of scented stocks ("Matthiola") which made the bouquets smell AMAZING. In addition to the Stocks, Astrantia, Gypsophilia, lovely Tanacetum, Lisianthus, Ammi, Phlox, Astilbe, Thlaspi and Eucalyptus were used.
When I arrived at Chelsea's home on the morning of the wedding, there was a definite buzz around her excited bridesmaids and she was really laidback and relaxed! I think she may possibly have been the most relaxed I've had the pleasure of working with!
After the delivery of her bridal flowers (the buttonholes were delivered elsewhere earlier), I made my way to the venue to place the final bits and pieces on their tables in the bar area. Upon entering the driveway, I noticed a handmade sign which Chelsea had made herself, welcoming their guests to their big day. This to me signified how much Chelsea and Jason's wedding had sprinkles of their personality and you could really see how much of a lovely couple they are.
Congratulations to you both again and it was a pleasure to be involved in your wedding day.
Love, Michelle x
Professional images by Whitechurch Photography