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White Wedding Flowers and Styling at The Old Vicarage

A&A were married in June 2023 at the stunning minimalist but impeccably decorated, The Old Vicarage. The venue smells as beautiful as it looks, with incense lit to greet the guests. The venue really suits a modern, white wedding style, perfect for a timeless, elegant wedding.

Amelia chose a dress byNora Eve Bridal and a gypsophila and rose bouquet, with a blue ribbon and a photograph of her nan attached as she said her vows.

Dress by Nora Evve Bridal, Photograpgy by Monkeymole

Photography Monkeymole, Flowers by Florence & Hope Flower Studio

The bridesmaids wore olive green with Gypsophila bouquets tied with hand dyed silk ribbons. The groomsmen had simple Gypsophila buttonholes, perfect for the

Photography Monkeymole, Flowers by Florence & Hope Flower Studio

The couple chose sage green runners, glass charger plates and silver candlestick holders, all of which are included in the TOV, but are also available as part of LK Floristry & Styling collections, we provide glass charger plates as standard in all our styling.

Photograph by Monkeymole

Photographs by Monkeymole

The couple chose cut glass bud vases full of Gypsophila, continuing the floral theme. They also added a few in the living room on the mantle piece, as well as on the Welcome Sign and Seating Plan.


Photographs by Monkeymole

The couple had a huge 16ft top table which we covered with a gysophila runner, this was actually in two parts so that the smaller section, could be used on the signing table initially.

A&A fell in love with our white pedestal and urns, a statement floral feature for the top of the aisle. The bandstand is a focal point on its own, created in and shipped from handcrafted in Pennsylvania, making it the only one of its kind.

We always recommend to our couples that investing in one statement pieces, such as these urns, make a greater impact than lots of smaller flowers dotted around. They are perfect for photographs, creating a backdrop or a focal point for your photographer. They will also be more of a talking point for your guests, as they will be much more memorable than lots of bud vases for example.


We also added a few sprigs of Gypsophila that were left over to the swing as a surprise for the couple on the day!

It was such a beautiful wedding for a lovely couple, I am so honoured to have played a small a part in it. I have a few bookings already for 2024 and 2025 at this venue and I am so looking forward to it!

With thank you to the phootgrapher Monkeymole and A&A for sharing these images

Venue The Old Vicarage


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