so, what makes a wedding? the flowers. . .

the flowers. . . of which there were manywere totally gorgeous and in such an usual colourway
with, of course, the traditional whitey cream
it was a civil ceremony held in Richmond Park
so, no church to fill with blooms,
but some wonderful windows. . .
. . .looking west across the Thames valley;
no altar, instead a simple table
with ivy and rose petals
the chairs were tied with sashes
in the colour of the senior bridemaids' dresses
and blooms to match the bouquets. . .

8 comments:

Christopher said...

You have been busy! You will tell us whose, won't you? It's not just Mel that will be dying to know.

I, Like The View said...

I'll share the photos first. . . then tell the story (that might have to wait until tomorrow tho)

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ziGGi said...

blimey - posh chairs or what?!

dinahmow said...

Looks lovely! Add me to the list of want-to-knows, please.

I, Like The View said...

dinah it was so lovely, so very lovely. . . more details soon

ZiggZ yeah! I thought that too. . .

it's amazing, the modern wedding!!

Mel said...

Whoa.
How could you not stare at those chairs.......

Oh, and the windows with the view....ohmygosh.....

I, Like The View said...

the chairs were lovely - and the view thru the windows over the edge of the hill and down to the river made all the better by the glorious weather

mig said...

The chairs are wonderful! I can't decide - with flowers or without. Oh both. So clever and I love the colours.
And I was going to say, yesterday but blogger cut me off with rude words, how splendid the Teens and Mini-Teen looked in their smart vintage gear.