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Now we are in the depths of winter, it cheers me to look back on such a beautiful hot day in August last year when Anna married Miguel at Hedsor House.

I first met Anna with her mum Sally at her grandmothers shop in Gerrards Cross.   Pretty much straight away Anna spotted amongst our photos a contemporary and very unusual bouquet we had done for a photo shoot in 2012 and this was the one she chose.


The bridesmaids dress were turquoise and Anna wanted accents of this colour in their bouquets so we threaded turquoise beads onto silver wire and threaded these through the flowers.



For the guest table flowers, we suggested tall and short  arrangements of pale pink and ivory roses, lissianthus, lysimachia, gypsophela and eucalyptus, using turquoise ribbon on the vases and napkins.



Hedsor house, the venue for the ceremony and reception is a private country house wedding venue in Buckinghamshire set in its own magnificent 100-acre historic park.  In centuries past, Hedsor House has hosted many special and unforgettable occasions, including welcoming King George III and Queen Victoria.

So, the perfect venue then for Anna and Miguel’s wedding which turned out to be a perfect day, if a little hot!

Anna and the bridesmaids looked wonderful and Mike was the proudest dad escorting Anna down a petal strewn aisle – the words “Daddy, of all the walks we have taken together, this is my favourite” greeted the pair as they started down the aisle.




The guests enjoyed not only a sumptuous wedding breakfast but a bouncy castle, a football table, and croquet in the garden, then dancing in the evening.

The surprise of the day?  A beautiful vintage car collected Anna and Miguel to whisk them off for the night before the celebrations continued into the next day with a marquee reception at home.

Thank you’s from the bride and her mum:-

Thanks Debby, it was all gorgeous, Sally

I had the greatest day of my life, it was just perfect.  Thank you so much!!,  Anna

And we would like to say thank you too Anna for involving us in your very special day – congratulations and Happy New Year!

Also, our grateful thanks go to Philippa Gedge : for letting us have some of her images for this blog.

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