Huntstile Organic Farm was the setting for this rustic Glastonbury festival inspired wedding.
The tables were the main feature in the marquee, they were a simple yet rustic collection of moss spheres, candles, succulents and craspedia displayed on a raised wood slice charger. To the table design our bride Lauren had made her own table numbers covering bought numbers in various rustic inspired material such as raffia, bark papers and fabric.
Lauren created a lovely children’s table adding individual parcels as place setting with a photograph of the Child so they could easily find their place without needing to read…great idea for all ages, making them feel special and keeping them occupied all rolled into one…fab idea!
This wasn’t the only personal touch at this lovely wedding, they had made extra large paper pompoms to hang from the Marquee ceiling and created a rustic heart table plan embellished with crocheted flowers. The Glastonbury Festival cake complete with little Wellington boots sat on top of a chunky wood slice charger to echo the table designs adding to the rustic feel of the day.
The quirky touches weren’t just kept for the reception Lauren opted for a fun and funky design for her bridesmaids of a compact posy of yellow craspedia surround by matricaria daisies. To contrast with the bridesmaids bouquet Lauren carried a bouquet full of summery flowers and textured along with the trendy craspedia and succulents used in the reception designs.
With all these quirky and bespoke designs you’d be right in guessing that the buttonholes were also a little different. Lauren had ordered some feather boutonnieres from overseas and wanted to customize them to match her wedding so we added some of the craspedia and succulents to echo the other design. the corsages were designed to compliment the wedding theme and to coordinate with the Mum’s outfits