Juliana and James – A Romantic Floral Wedding
Juliana and James tied the knot on a sunny June day at The Elvetham, a stunning 19th century hotel in the heart of the Hampshire countryside. James had proposed to Juliana 15 months prior when he’d whisked her away on a surprise trip to Vienna to watch the ballet at the Vienna Opera House. On the first morning, he ordered a champagne breakfast to the suite, popped the question – and the rest is history!
Their wedding was a beautiful summer day that filled The Elvetham. The ceremony took place in the grand, light-filled Oak Room, followed by drinks on the front lawn. They then had a delicious wedding breakfast in The Library of oriental duck, beef fillet and smoked garlic mash, and Elvetham Eton mess.
The Wedding Flowers
The incredible flowers were a focal point of the day. Leigh Chappell Flowers filled the venue with wildflower arrangements, made with roses, dahlias, foxgloves, ferns and foliages. Simply Cake made a chic buttercream design decorated with fresh flowers in blush, coral and ivory. The flowers popped beautifully against the bridesmaids’ forest green and sage dresses. Juliana also looked amazing with her wild bouquet and flowing open-backed gown from Something Blue.
In the evening, the guests enjoyed dancing in the elegant Conservatory, with music provided by Accolade DJs. The dance party turned out to be one of the bride’s favourite parts of the day!