H-Coo Events

Real Wedding; Simon & Sharon’s Sand Bay Wedding

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It’s lovely to share Simon & Sharon’s very elegant wedding that I styled and did all the flowers for this May. It was rewarding to be a part of my Uncles wedding and offer some personal touches to the day as a Stylist.

Styling inspriration came from the Brides love of Ivory Calla lilies and their simple form teamed with the love and attachment for the venue location, a stones throw from Sand Bay beach in kewstoke. Bringing the outside in, soft drift-wood combined with other more structural flowers and foilage such as Protea, Sliver Brunia & Eucalyptus complimented the Calla Liles. A Driftwood arch acted as the ceremony backdrop decorated with foliage and flowers making a unique focal ponit for the ceremony.

The Bride looked stunning in her simple yet elegant dress with pearl edge detailing. The Brides Bouquet with Large Calla Liles was simple and very effective. Daughter & Bridesmaid Georgie had a smaller bouquet.

Styling details included a seating plan made from vintage postcards.

Every child had a brimming goodie bag to keep them occuipied including bubbles that went down well, these were put together by the Bride.

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Mother of the Bride enjoying the Bouquet (Above). Lovely Mother/Daughter moment captured (Below).

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There were quite a few buttons holes to do for all the men including the Groom and four increasingly grown up Sons. It was touching to see them all together two of which had flown in from Australia & New Zealand.

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Credits; Flowers & Styling – H-Coo Events / Photography- Deja Vu Digital / Venue- Commodore Hotel, Sand Bay.

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