So exciting….. So I was part of a wedding photo shoot earlier on this year at High Cliffe Castle. It was a gorgeous day on the beach, we created an arch with floaty breezy fabric and rustic floral tie back plus some huge wooden lanterns. The entire day was a blast and such good fun to be part of. Lugging all those props from the beach up to the cliff tops wasn’t so much much fun though! After all our hard work its so exciting to have it all featured on yet another wedding blog website! Coco wedding venues is such a cool blog site and a great inspiration for brides. Follow the link below to read some very kind words from the editor and some amazing inspirational shots. https://cocoweddingvenues.co.uk/the-blog/inspire/wedding-inspiration/beach-wedding-inspiration-charlotte-bryer-ash-photography/
Just a little note to say a very big thank you for all of your excellent hard work for our wedding at Larmer Tree Gardens this September. The flowers were just beautiful – all the girls were so happy with them! I loved the thank you bouquets that we gave to our mums and the aisle decorations looked lovely too! The boys button holes were also spot on!
Lots of love, Zahra & Jon xxx
Excited and privileged to have one of my rustic Christmas wreaths featured on the front page of Dorset wedding magazine!! I was approached by the editor of the magazine when she saw the wreath at the Larder House in Southbourne. The fabulous Farrow and Ball were dragged into the shoot by donating some yummy red paint to re-decorate our Victorian front door for the perfect back ground to the wreath. The things one will do to get on the front page eh!
Thank you so much for providing the flowers for our New Forest wedding. They looked amazing and worked perfectly with the colour scheme. We really wanted to embrace the Autumn season and you helped us do that perfectly with the flowers you suggested. Everyone commented on how stunning they looked.
I can’t thank you enough, Sue x
Hampshire wedding fair at Bursledon brick museum in Southampton…This venue is so unique and perfect for an industrial vibe to your day. Amazing raw brick walls, unfinished buildings and steam engines galore.
Autumn is my favourite time of year…… Gorgeous rusty orange foliage’s, shades of pink hydrangea, the glamorous pale peach ‘café au lait’ dahlia along with dripping pale green amaranthus creates an extravagant and sumptuous autumn look. Lilac memory lane rose give a lighter tone to the design with a few juicy figs to really embrace the season. Clients and suppliers were delighted to see such a rice combination.