An outdoor wedding may feel unattainable in early April however, for Jack and Zoe they got exactly what they wished for. A perfect spring day in April allowed them to have the outdoor ceremony they had hoped for and with a little careful planning and plenty of blankets they had the most perfect day.
When planning an outdoor ceremony it can be difficult to have a defined space for the ceremony. Some sort of focal point for the ceremony and registry table offers definition and a beautiful backdrop for photos. Zoe and jack choose 2 beautiful full milk churns which stayed in situ for the remainder of the day to frame the barn doors adding height and definition which worked perfectly with the rustic barn wedding style.
Zoe had an abundance of beautiful bridesmaids. They all choose stunning dresses in soft pastel colours which were all slightly different. These were drawn together with beautiful bouquets in soft whites, cremes and blush colours. Later the bridesmaids bouquets were used as table centres on half of the tables allowing Zoe and Jack to plough more of their floral budget in other florals to decorate their venue.
Zoe and Jack had their reception in the Barn. They choose round wooden tables which were decorated with wooden slices and jam jar flowers. A large beautiful asymmetrical arrangement was placed on the mantel to act as the focal point for the reception. Two floral hoops were added to the ceiling to make the room feel intimate.
For the flowers a soft and fluffy selection of roses, foliage, sweet peas and tulips were used in pinks, whites and cremes. All of the flowers and colours added to the feelings of early spring excitement. Even the delicious vegan cakes from were finished with flowers.
If you are planning an outdoor wedding ceremony I do hope that this helps you to plan your day and add a beautiful focus for your ceremony.