At the height of summer this year on the 16th July, Emma and Callum were married at the beautifully rustic Rivington Barn. The Barn’s original features include huge Saxon beams and is a historic Grade ll listed building believed to date back to the 12th century. It’s picturesque surrounding and magical interior makes this venue a truly enchanting place to wed.
A wild and natural style bridal bouquet, using seasonal flowers in pastel summer shades, paired charmingly with the rustic vintage theme, and a matching boho style floral crown complimented the magical “Midsummer night’s dream”-esque backdrop. Both bouquet and crown were held with ribbon matching the soft pastel shades of the bridesmaid’s dresses. All bridesmaids hand tied bouquet and matching crowns were made using the delicate gypsophila and held with matching ribbon.
Jar jams filled with matching wild summer flowers lined the aisle and hung from the aisle chairs. For the reception, a collection of jam jars filled with summer flowers, rustic props and vintage books ran down the centre of the long table on a hessian runner.
This wedding was enchantingly rustic and vintage, and we wish you best wishes for the future from all of us at Wild and Wondrous Flowers.
Wild and Wondrous Flowers, Manchester.
Written by Hannah Hopwood-Reynolds.