Yorkshire outdoor Chinese inspired wedding

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Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture

We were honoured to create this fabulous outdoor wedding reception in a lovely location in York. Its not often in sunny Yorkshire we can be outside for our set ups so its pretty special.  The venue was the Museum of Early Music, York. The colour scheme was vintage pinks and purples for the wedding ceremony and bridal flowers followed by white and blue for the outdoor wedding breakfast. The wedding was planned to perfection by Charlotte from Eden and Eve wedding planning, we can’t recommend her highly enough. We created simple rose pew ends for the church and a pedestal arrangement of peonies, stocks and succulents. We used a combination of high and low arrangements for added drama. The tall conical vases contained a hand-tied bouquet of white and blue hydrangeas. They were simple and striking. The low round vases a textured mix of hydrangea, succulents and roses. The guests were treated to a single succulent in a white votive as a favour. The napkins were dressed with blue Chinese knots and the tables lined with a striking Chinese white and blue runner. It look so elegant and all the details were so pretty. The wedding was photographed by Sam Ward Photography and you can see them here . The joy of working with a planner is that you often get details that may have been overlooked, they have the vision to see the bigger picture and the time to source all the beautiful details. The bride looks stunning in the pics, right down to her purple nails that match our bouquet perfectly!

It is a dream working with Charlotte as the jobs always are super creative and always nothing less than breathtaking.

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