Vicky had lots of fun choosing all the details of her wedding flowers with her parents and we were able to co-ordinate the details such as matching Ruth’s corsage to her outfit by including some little coffee pearl twists wired between her dendrobium orchid. The flower girls carried tiny posies to match the bridesmaids, whilst Tom aged 2 had his own mini buttonhole!

Vicky and Stefan were married in St Peters church at Lemsford. The church flowers featured pedestal candle arrangements at the altar, a large pedestal and a circular font decoration, whilst the windowsills held low trailing designs. The scent of lilies and freesias filled the church to welcome the bride and groom .

As Stefan is half Persian, the couple followed the service with a traditional Sofreh Agh or spread which took place at historic Hatfield House. This ancient ceremony involves family and friends who bring gifts to the bride and groom for the spread. These include honey and sugar to represent the bringing of sweetness into their future life and marriage. A lovely family wedding celebration, incorporating the best of traditions from both east and west.

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