Charlotte & James’ Stunning September Wedding

Hosted on Saturday 9th September 2023 (one of the hottest days of the year), Charlotte & James tied the knot in a village that was just a stone’s throw from the Fiona Curry Flowers studio. It was an utter joy to work with this couple to bring their flower visions to life, and we are thrilled to be able to share a snippet from their very special day with you on the journal.

Charlotte was a vision, wearing a long-sleeved gown with delicate lace detailing. She wore her sun kissed blonde hair in an elegant yet relaxed up-do, which was the perfect fit for their laidback and luxurious event. We created the most beautiful trailing bridal bouquet – it looked like a painting! The bouquet itself was brimming with David Austin Wedding Roses in shades of soft ivory and pale peach, which looked divine alongside pale pink Antirrhinum, light blue Delphinium, white Scabiosa and oodles of natural foliage. The bridesmaids looked delightful in an array of mix and match gowns featuring various blue shades, with abundant bouquets that complemented the bridal bouquet wonderfully. An ivory satin ribbon tied around the stems added that all-important finishing touch to the bridesmaid bouquets!

After a traditional religious ceremony in the village church (with flowers by the lovely ladies at the church), friends and family walked to the reception together to unveil the exquisite marquee at the family home. The newlyweds, however, made their own way to their celebration in a beautiful vintage car – the perfect way to arrive in true style.

As guests arrived at the marquee, they were greeted by the most beautiful setting with luxurious floral design. Long wooden trestle tables were adorned with garlands (which came to 54 metres), overflowing with ‘Purity’ Roses by David Austin, Garden Roses in the palest peach hue, pink Lisianthus and Antirrhinum, ivory Scabious and Phlox, light blue Delphinium and mixed pink Dahlia – all of which was mixed with deep green natural foliage. Our silver tealights and glass taper candle holders were gracefully scattered along the tables which offered a subtle ambience throughout the reception.

Our team at Fiona Curry Flowers created three large hanging installations to further elevate the marquee styling, with light pink flowers and blue Delphiniums, large branches of Silver Birch and oodles of greenery. For an extra hint of magic, we worked in twinkling fairy lights that looked show-stopping against the backdrop of the sunset later on in the evening.

This was without a doubt one of the hottest days of the year, and even though Fiona (our Founder) once owned a flower shop in Southern Italy for many years, even she had never felt so warm working at a wedding! Fiona explains, “My team were outstanding and were full of beaming smiles after working for two days onsite in such high temperatures. I was so very proud of them and their work.”

As always, a huge thank you to Charlotte & James’ photographer, Richard Greenly, for capturing their beautiful story on camera. We hope you have enjoyed soaking up the floral inspiration. Don’t forget, if you are looking for a luxury florist for your wedding day, we welcome you to get in touch!

Supplier List


Photography Richard Greenly

Videographer Leo Lightfoot

Florist Fiona Curry Flowers

Church Flowers Farringdon Ladies

Marquee Carron Marquees

Caterer Jacaranda

DJ Prelude Entertainment

Band Swing Time Trio

Cake Anna Lewis Cake Design

Hair & MUA Olivia Mills

Taxi Service Court Cars

A romantic wedding at Northbrook Park for Sophie and Saul

Nestled in the Hampshire countryside, Northbrook Park is an 18th century manor house that sits amidst impressive grounds. With its endless charm and photograph opportunities aplenty, it provided the perfect backdrop to create a lasting floral impression for Sophie and Saul’s wedding day. With The Surrey Wedding Company on hand to ensure the day ran like clockwork and the talented Charlotte Bryer-Ash Photography there to capture every beautiful moment as it unfolded, it really was a day to remember. Immerse yourself in an array of floral delights as we enjoy a snippet of Sophie and Saul’s ultra-romantic wedding day. From the Vine Room to the Walled Gardens and Orangery, their day is brimming with details you’ll want to steal for your very own special day.

Sophie looked utterly breath-taking in a lace dress with a subtle mermaid silhouette, featuring white button detailing that glided down the back of her gown, leading to a sweeping train. The bride’s hair was styled in a half-up half-down style, with loose curls brilliantly framing her radiant smile. Sophie carried a mixed bridal bouquet, overflowing with luscious white roses, indulgent scented peonies and delicate gypsophelia with a touch of blush spray roses. Her beautiful bridesmaids completed the vision, holding smaller versions of the bride’s magnificent bouquet as they made their way down the aisle. Saul looked stylish in a blue suit; his white rose buttonhole stood out against the suit’s colour. His blush tie complimented the bridal bouquet effortlessly, creating the perfect union for their floral design.

Sophie and Saul opted to hold their ceremony in the enchanting Vine Room at Northbrook Park. As their luxury wedding florist, my team and I decorated the space with an elegant scheme of all white florals, lots of leafy foliage, and the indulgent scent of eucalyptus. The couple wanted to make the most of the fireplace, so we created a true statement piece, layering it with a magnitude of glass cylinders and chapel candles that effortlessly crafted a sense of sophisticated romance. I added tall white delphiniums to the grand mantlepiece arrangement for an extra dose of drama and glamour. Sophie glided down the aisle lined with glass hurricane lamps and hundreds of glorious petals. Guests looked on as the perfect couple said their vows between symmetrical white floral urns overflowing with cascading eucalyptus and white florals – a spectacular ceremony setting to say, ‘I Do’.

Going through to the Walled Garden, guests were treated to a sublime sensory surprise as they walked between a curtain of hanging pure white roses on pristine ribbons which gracefully glided with the light summer breeze. A unique ethereal touch surrounding guests in the love shared between the happy couple.

Sophie, Saul, and their loved ones moved into the Orangery for the reception. Three long banquet tables continued the timeless aesthetic of the day. Guests’ eyes were drawn to undulating glass vases of different heights, filled with white flowers of roses, peonies, phlox, stock, scabiosa and spray roses with eucalyptus. The impressive arrangements were illuminated by tall crystal candle holders holding ivory candles and a sea of glass lights that bathed the sophisticated tablescapes in soft flickering candlelight. It really was the ultimate set-up for Sophie and Saul to enjoy White Truffle’s delicious catering before the cutting of an equally spectacular cake created by Monica Cakes.

This dreamy floral scheme, magnificent venue and the undeniable feeling of romance transported Sophie and Saul thought their special day. It’s no wonder it was such a pleasure to create the couple’s luxury wedding day florals at Northbrook Park…

Supplier Credits 

Photography – Charlotte Bryer-Ash Photography

Caterer – White Truffle

Wedding Coordinators – Ella of The Surrey Wedding Company

Venue – Northbrook Park

Cake – Monica Cakes

A ‘Walled Garden’ Wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire

When Mellina and Tom approached me to create the luxury flower design for their Hampshire wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel, I just knew the occasion was going to be utterly enchanting. Set amid rolling hills, enticing gardens and over 500 acres of countryside, this Georgian manor house promises the perfect setting for a quintessentially English wedding. Keep scrolling to immerse yourself in the floral delights of Mellina & Tom’s walled garden wedding…

Hosted on Saturday 2nd July 2022, the weather delivered a day of endless sunshine with a delicate and welcome summer breeze. The bride-to-be was incredibly lovely and an absolute pleasure to work with. Mellina had a clear vision in mind, while allowing my floral creativity to shine through in each and every design. The brief was for feminine flowers that were full, voluminous and textured, embracing the romance of the location. And… we did just that!

Mellina looked a vision wearing a Lyn Ashworth Gown, purchased from the Wedding Atelier in Paddington. Her make-up artist, Melissa Clare, created a natural yet glamorous look. The bride’s trailing bridal bouquet was brimming with everything that Mellina adored, from elegant orchids to a touch of mint for a subtle and natural scent that carried throughout the day. Pillow-soft blush pink roses also made an appearance, effortlessly tying in with the pink gowns that the bridesmaids were wearing. The sweetest flower girls wore gypsophila flower crowns while carrying wicker baskets overflowing with petals.

As the bride and her team of ‘maids glided down the walled garden ready for the ceremony, the flowers we had designed looked beautiful against the backdrop of the Four Seasons Hotel. Dainty pink posies with long flowing trails of foliage that touched the floor were tied to the ceremony chairs using ivory satin ribbon, featuring tails that gracefully danced with the breeze. The couple had their hearts set on a flower arch, which we create using big blousy blooms wrapped with swatches of soft ivory fabric.

After the newlyweds had exchanged their vows under the blue skies, Mellina and Tom made their way into the Mandeville Suite for their reception. Round guest tables were styled to absolute perfection, alongside a thoughtful mixture of tall glass vases with large arrangements that matched the bridal flowers and luxurious white Phlox, as well as tables with lowered flower arrangements and the addition of our FCF vintage gold tea lights. It really was a sight to behold!

A huge thank you to Richard Skins Photography for capturing Mellina & Tom’s spectacular Hampshire wedding on camera – it is a joy to be able to share a glimpse of their celebration with you on the journal today. If you’d like to find out more about my availability and luxury flower services, I welcome you to get in touch. In the meantime, follow our floral adventures over on Instagram!

Photography – Richard Skins

Video – Relive It Productions

Dress – Lyn Ashworth- Wedding Atelier, Paddington

Make-up – Melissa Clare

Celebrant from Greece – Elizabeth Cass-Kanti

Dance Floor -Dancing Floors

Band – Boujee Music

Cake – Nicky Tesler Cakes            

An elegant wedding at Froyle Park for Pamela and Anthony

Renowned as one of Hampshire’s most elegant wedding venues, Froyle Park promised the perfect backdrop for Pamela & Anthony’s wedding day. With the team at Matigono Events at the helm to ensure their love story ran smoothly and Jessy Papasavva Photography on hand to capture the romance of the day, we just knew it was going to be an occasion to remember. It brings us so much joy to be able to share a glimpse into their celebration with you on the journal today…

The couple chose to host a traditional church ceremony at St Edward’s, the Confessor Church in Windsor, before heading to Froyle Park for their luxurious reception. Here at Fiona Curry Flowers, we focused on providing exquisite floral design throughout their country house wedding reception, inspired by an all-white and antique gold colour palette, with scented eucalyptus foliage taking centre stage.

Pamela, the bride-to-be, looked breathtaking in an ivory fishtail gown with sheer sleeves, wearing her hair in a half-up, half-down style with tousled waves. She carried a mixed bridal bouquet overflowing with roses and mallows, while her team of bridesmaids held a simple yet stylish hydrangea bouquet arrangements that worked beautifully alongside the main bridal bouquet. Anthony, the groom, looked incredibly handsome in an emerald green velvet dinner jacket, with a stunning rose placed carefully for his buttonhole. It was a divine contrast against the decadent green hues of his attire.

As always, the space at Froyle park was already looking beautiful for their reception, further enhanced with thoughtful floral design that worked in harmony with the venue. Our floristry team styled the guest tables with bridal flowers, hydrangeas and eucalyptus, along with old gold vases and a mixture of our dainty vintage tea lights to add an extra dash of luxe gold.

Pamela and Anthony wanted to make a real feature of their sweetheart table for just two, using the same flowers throughout their table décor. We also worked in delicate glass cylinders and floating candles that elevated the ambience. The sweetheart table was placed on a stage in the reception space, where two oversized pedestal arrangements of hydrangeas, roses, mallows and phlox captured the hearts of all their guests.


Pamela and Anthony were an absolute delight to work with and we feel honoured to have been able to have been such a special part of their wedding day at Froyle Park. If you’d like to enjoy more floral magic from Fiona Curry Flowers, we welcome you to follow us on Instagram or please do enquire if you would like to discover our upcoming availability for weddings.


Photography – Jessy Papasavva Photography

Caterer -Taste Heaven

Cocktails – Ravissant Cocktails

Wedding Coordinators – Matigono Events

Venue – Froyle Park

A Late Summer Wedding for Tilly & Charlie

Set amongst the English countryside, you’ll find Wotton House, a wedding venue boasting magnificent Italian renaissance gardens. The setting is elegantly engulfed in nature, adorned with Roman temples, and topped off with the peaceful River Tillingbourne flowing through the grounds. Tilly and Charlie couldn’t have chosen a more romantic backdrop for their wedding in September 2022 and it was a pleasure to work with this couple to provide them with luxury florals.

The couple were looking for the essence of classical romance for their wedding flowers, choosing fragrant white blooms that were overflowing with eucalyptus and olive foliage, a subtle nod to the heritage of the venue. Greeting the bride and her bridesmaids in the room where they gathered to get ready for this perfect day, I couldn’t help but enjoy the delicate fragrance of all the fresh flowers, as well as the Mimosa and Cardamom Jo Malone candles that were setting the tone for the day. Nothing brings me more joy than seeing my brides’ reactions to their wedding flowers, and Tilly’s was certainly no exception.

Tilly chose a stunning and opulent design for her bouquet of long-stemmed white roses, complemented by her bridesmaids’ bouquets, which had the addition of golden fern entwined adding a touch of luxe to their wedding flowers.  Wearing an off the shoulder gown called ‘Jess’ by Eva Lendel, a Ukranian designer, bought through the amazing Ellie Sanderson team, Tilly’s bouquet was the perfect final touch to her bridal attire. A pair of vintage 1977 Chanel earrings, gifted by her groom-to-be, completed her aisle style, ready to make her entrance at the ceremony.

Wotton House is renowned for hosting stunning ceremonies in their Old Library, with its spectacular high ceilings, marble fireplace and 17th Century pillars. Tilly and Charlie had one of the most memorable ceremonies imaginable, where we dressed the venue with tall translucent vases brimming with ivory hydrangeas, Mallows and white roses engulfed in green foliage. Overhead, fairy lights twinkled as Tilly walked down the aisle, where a warm glow and undeniable feeling of love filled the room. A matching flower piece gracefully adorned their ceremony table, effortlessly tying their floral theme together.

Walking into their reception in the Evelyn Suite surrounded by their favourite people, Charlie and Tilly chose to carefully coordinate their table centrepieces to align with the rest of the floral design. The flowers chosen by the couple were the perfect fit for the suite, working alongside their on-the-day stationery by Bewilderly that was placed on the tables for guests to enjoy. Candles softly flickered next to the abundance of flowers, and it was clear to see that the lavish décor of the suite was everything the couple had hoped for.

I’ll never tire of looking back at Tilly and Charlie’s wonderful wedding day at Wotton House, it was an honour to bring their floral visions to life through romantic wedding flowers. If you’re looking for a Luxury Wedding Florist, I welcome you to get in touch to find out my availability and a receive bespoke quotation. In the meantime, you can follow my flower adventures on Instagram here.  

Photography- Clare Smith Photography

Dress- Ellie Sanderson

Earrings- Charlotte at ‘This Old Thing London’

Shoes- Loeffler & Randall

Music- Chiqas

Stationary/signage- Frances at ‘Bewilderly’

Candles- Jo Malone      


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