Welcome to the new week everyone! How is this glorious sunshine making you feel? On such a beautiful day I simply had to share this stunning shoot found in my inbox – it’s by a super talented bunch of Cirencester wedding suppliers, whose artisan, sustainable approach has my heart. The stunning images are everything – every shot is just perfect. They’re by  Rachel Jane Photography, and the words (and dreamy florals) are by lovely Fi from Corky and Prince.

coral and neutral colour palette for a stunning wedding look with Corky and Prince, image credit Rachel Jane Photography (10)

“The warm tones of coral coloured roses were refined with a complimentary palette of neutrals including carnations, stocks (smelt heavenly!) and the ethereal ranunculus ‘butterfly ariadne’ with its soft tones of vanilla and cream. We added key motifs, ferns and fuzzy peaches to add texture and evoke an English summer’s day.

Our aim was to create a classic English wedding vibe in the grounds of the beautiful Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester. We wanted to showcase a hand-picked team of local suppliers who all have a distinctive ethical, sustainable or artisan dimension to their work to show that you can have a sublime wedding with a team who share your values.


Lauren and Aaron’s wedding is so beautiful – and as hydrangeas are in season for most of the summer months, there are some wonderful ideas here for weddings from June through to mid autumn which I think you will LOVE!!

Gorgeous pastel hydrangeas at the Tythe Barn, Tetbury - images by Rachel Jane Photography (8)

Our wedding flowers were hydrangeas. A very talented friend of the groom’s family arranged all the flowers from centre pieces to bridal bouquets. They were absolutely stunning and all fitted perfectly in the wooden boxes made by the father of the bride.

Gorgeous pastel hydrangeas at the Tythe Barn, Tetbury - images by Rachel Jane Photography (35)

The venue doesn’t need much decoration as it is so gorgeous already. However I had a few things that I had in mind to make it our own. We scattered jars wrapped in hessian and lace with candles and flowers in them around the venue. My dad had made some big letters spelling out the word LOVE which I put on an old step ladder which I had painted up. To match our centre pieces I had bought two apple crates from applecrates.co.uk which were both personalised with our names and date of the wedding on. We used one for our cards and one had a gorgeous flower arrangement in. Finally, all our guest know we both have a massive sweet tooth, especially the bride! So I made five different types of cookies and had a little cookie bar set up throughout the day.


No two bouquets are ever the same – I think I have the best job in the world, seeing so many beautiful flowers and being able to share the inspiration with you, every day! Today’s are so, so pretty and colourful – the perfect touch for our stunning bride Carly and her perfect match, gorgeous groom Simon.

Fabulous red dyed up do and pastel bouquet wedding with Rachel Jane Photography (3)

I love daisies, they are my favourite. So we went with wild flowers for my bouquet, the head table and the centre pieces. My bridesmaids had plain gypsophila bouquets wrapped in hessian. My flower girls had heart wands wrapped in hessian, lace and a few sprigs of gypsphila. My florist was Little Gems Flowers based in Swindon

Fabulous red dyed up do and pastel bouquet wedding with Rachel Jane Photography (12)