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”Amie and her team created my dream wedding flowers!”

Lauren Staddon and Joseph Nahal-Macdonald tied the knot at Botleys Mansion, Surrey, on August 6th 2016, shown here

Floral budget: £25,000

“The theme of our day was timeless elegance with country glamour and fine art visuals. I wanted to look back on the day and for it to look timeless and beautiful. I did a lot of research when it came to our venue, but the number of guests we had and wanting it to be in Surrey narrowed the search down. I loved the light and grandeur of our venue, as well as the fact that it didn’t look too ‘aged’ and it was very well looked after. The chandeliers and the huge windows were a big selling point too. Bearing this in mind, when I met with Amie we decided to use David Austin roses and hydrangea. They’re my favourite flowers and they went perfectly with the country elegance of the day. Flowers were hugely important to me. Without them I don’t think the day would have had that magical dream-like quality. They were without a doubt a major talking point on the day, and as I am a real lover of flowers anyway, I could not picture my day without a really imposing presence of them.”

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