The lovely thing about putting your trust in home grown flowers is you never quite know what's going to be on the menu until around five days beforehand, such is the joy of putting your trust in mother nature. This was pretty much the case for this heavenly wedding of Florence and Simon at Tithe Barn in Hampshire which I had the pleasure of arranging last month.
There were colours and nuances which required blooms sourced a little further afield, but essentially my friend Kay Davies grew most of these flowers in her Berkshire walled garden with a few from Cornwall and a sprinkling from my own back garden.
This is quintessential British floweriness at its' best. I recall asking the waiting staff that day not to tidy away the rose petals that dropped onto the tables as to me, this is part of their charm.
All this and some pretty silk ribbons billowing from Flo's bouquet sourced from Lancaster and Cornish. This was a very British affair.
I hope you enjoy a taste of this beautiful day through the lens of photograper Dasha Caffrey. It doesn't come much better than this. www.dashacaffrey.com