This is the part of the wedding that I was most excited about. The details were the things that made it for me, especially as most of it was made by me.
My bouquet: We went to a local flower warehouse the day before the wedding after chatting to a man running a stall on the market. We spent a fraction of what a florist would have charged, and I was free to choose what I liked for myself and for the reception venue. I wanted bold, bright and fun. I picked up a bit of greenery, and built the bouquet from the centre outwards, and secured with uber-sticky floristry tape. On the morning of the wedding I wound some crochet lace around the stems and secured with pretty pins.
Buttonholes : I made these in advance with the help of Rory. I picked up supplies from Hobbycraft and etsy. These examples were my Mum and Dad's buttonholes so were slightly different to that of the others, but they all featured the same components. I love that they were so individual.
The Guestbook : We bought a sketchbook in Paperchase, chose a selection of coloured pens and fun stickers for our friends and family to use at their leisure. We also had some pencils printed in the US from a company we found on etsy. The hurricane lantern was bought in TK Maxx and decorated with the leftovers from the bouquets.
This was the table centre from the top table. It was a vintage glass terrarium which I picked up at a car boot sale for £3 with some of the leftovers from the decorations. This is where the cake toppers ended up. Notice the groom - Rory picked it himself!
Photos by the wonderfully talented Georgi Mabee