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A wedding for nature lovers

This lovely, elegant, sweet-hearted bride is passionate about animals and nature.  She loves fresh flowers, but she hates to see huge arrangements of cut flowers at weddings as she thinks it's a pity to shorten their lives.

As a solution, I proposed a wedding decor where (as much as possible) the 

flowers were uncut and could be re-planted after the ceremony.  

Shown here: the invitation incorporated 

separate cards for the church ceremony and dinner reception, in a monogramed linen envelope.  To set a natural tone for the wedding, fabric was organic and the monogram incorporated flowers and leaves.

The venue before decoration.

After talking with the client, I created this moodboard for the event.

My visual for the event, showing fresh white furniture and lots of greenery and white floral inside an old-fashioned tent that would need to be custom-made for this event.

Tables had living flower beds 'growing' beneath them.  I designed the floral decor so that as much as possible, the flowers could be re-potted after the event.

Another view of the flower beds in front of the tables.

Linen napkins had the couple's monogram embroidered on to them to add a sophisticated twist.

Young guests sat at tables with 'flowerbeds' of moss and wild flowers growing out of the centre.

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