Greenhouse Wedding Editorial
Back in Spring, I teamed up with a number of talented wedding suppliers to create a special wedding editorial. This greenhouse wedding was inspired by the English garden and celebrates the beauty of locally sourced, home-grown English flowers and foliage.
With seasonal blooms, naturally dyed linen, carefully selected vintage pieces and hand calligraphed menus the tablescape is as beautiful as it is sustainable. It would appeal to any bride who is looking to create a relaxed and romantic floral setting for her special day in an orangery / glasshouse wedding venue.
Are you planning an intimate, greenhouse wedding in a garden setting? Then I hope you will be inspired and use these ideas to create your own beautiful setting with delicate details and an abundance of seasonal flowers.
We took our inspiration from nature in the English garden, which is why the beautiful flower garden and glasshouse of Nettlewood Flowers worked perfectly for our setting. Sarah of Nettlewood Flowers also sourced all the flowers and foliage, where possible. In season you would be able to find them in her cutting garden or from other British flower farms.
As seen on Rock My Wedding.
Styling: The Timeless Stylist
Floral design: Nettlewood Flowers, Leigh Chappell Flowers
Floral and foliage supplier: Nettlewood Flowers
HMUA: Louise Lerego
Cakes and cookie favours: The Sugar Plum Bakes
Stationary: Mathilda Lundin
Ribbons and linen: The Natural Dye Works
Photography: Maja Tsolo Photography