Updated: Jul 16
When it comes to timelessness and romance, our experiences told us that white and green palette is one the best choices for your unforgettable weddings. This wedding in St Tewdrics House shows how a simple and classic colour palette like that can harmonies with the venue and it's surrounding environment.
Our couple Lowri and David had a white peony bouquet for the bride, and smaller but identical bouquets for their bridesmaids. Groom and groomsmen had a mini white boutonniere each for their stylish back suits. As for the tables, a 7ft flower garland was for the top table, and blousy style white and green flower arrangements for their centrepieces. To complete the decor, a wooden arch with lush greenery was placed at the end of the aisle, which made a statement piece for their wedding ceremony.
Other decor triumphs included simple but stylish signage flowers using eucalyptus, and covered part of 2 rails with fresh ferns.
This wedding was featured in Your South Wales Wedding Magazine, to find out more about what the couple said about their big day, check this article out.
Wedding Venue: St Tewdrics House
Wedding Photographer: Kate Adams
Wedding Florist: Flowers, I do