Sarah and Dave married in the stunning chapel at Pembroke College Cambridge, followed by a wedding breakfast at Willow Grange Farm. They wanted lot's of colour and movement in their floral choice, with a nod to Sarah's Malaysian heritage.
Two giant pedestals adorned the chapel at Pembroke and were moved after the ceremony to decorate the entrance to the Sperry at WGF. For me, i will never forget walking into that chapel, such an incredible space, as Vivaldi's Spring 1 played on the violin. It was beautiful and being onsite all day meant we were able to watch Sarah and Dave emerge from the chapel, full of smiles, hand in hand as man and wife. These moments are precious and being witness to them is a real honour.
The colleges at Cambridge aren't the easiest to navigate in terms of moving pieces, but the team worked as one as we were able to load the van and move the flowers to the venue rather quickly. It was an unbelievably hot day so everything had to be sprayed and watered during transition.
The venue had a huge ceiling ring installed above the bar. As per the brides request, it was packed full of flowers and made a real focal point in the space.
The tables were decorated with bud vases and taper candles, taking it from day to evening and providing a real magical feel.
The incredible Coral Charm peonies in this floral mix, stole the show. Supplied by Tatchell and sons, an English grower in the heart of the fens. We always try to use English grown where possible and the quality of these flowers were unbelievable.
The photographer for the day was Fraser Parry. A brilliant eye for detail and his use of space and light in his photos is pure art. You can find details about him on our recommended suppliers guide.
This wedding is one that will stay with us for many reasons, but seeing the faces of the couple and their guests emerging from that chapel bathed in sunlight is something we wont soon forget.