Colourful Vintage at Berkeley Church

As a floral designer, nothing excites us more than a unique colour palette. So when bride Sarah requested something different for her wedding at the gorgeous Berkeley Church we were happy to oblige. So with a vintage feel in mind we set out to design a unique palette with pops of bold coral, soft peach and blush accented with purple, captured flawlessly by ME Creative.

cole-pre-68Groom Taylor sported a sleek grey suit with eggplant tie while his attendants were spiffy in navy blue. Purple calla lily boutonnieres completed the men’s look while the Groomswoman was decked out with a hair comb of blush and burgundy blooms.


Sarah’s bridesmaids brought colour to the table with mismatched gowns in blush, purple, fuchsia and eggplant. Their bouquets of coral and peach roses, blush ranunculus and purple waxflower tied the colourful palette together.


The ceremony took place on the upper level of the Berkeley Church, infront of it’s majestic stained glass windows. A pair of large floral features flanked the altar space where the Bride and Groom took their vows amongst their closest friends and family.




cole-cer-31For the reception on the main level of the church the guest tables were dressed with a trio of low arrangements of hydrangea, dahlia’s and lisianthus in shades of pink and coral. Clustered with multilevel floating candles, the centerpiece cast a warm glow over the reception space. The head table displayed the bouquets in glass cylinder vases along with more low arrangements and glass chalices with floating candles while strings of edison bulbs glowed from above.






cole-rec-164Lots of happy wishes to this beyond cute couple in their married life!

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