Pastel perfection- The The Barn, Launton. Photography: www.nataliejweddings.com

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This beautiful pair were married in June this year at The Tythe Barn in Launton. Built back in the 14th Century, it still retains so many of its original features. Such a beautiful venue to hold your celebration.

Lisa and Romane opted for an outdoor ceremony and with this years gorgeous temperatures, the weather didn’t disappoint!

Lisa held a show stopping trailing bouquet of Roses, Lisianthus, Astilbe, flowering Mint. All topped off with an abundance of textured foliages.

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Romane wore a garden rose buttonhole, accented with delicate blooms contained within the bridal bouquet.

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Lisa had a whopping 7 Bridesmaids and 2 flower girls, and their bouquets were made in blooms to compliment their nude toned dresses.

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The ceremony area was delicately accented with dainty bud vases and candlelight.

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Inside the barn, on the top table, we created a gorgeous display using the bridesmaids bouquets in glass vases with dainty arrangements placed into vintage crystal holders placed throughout. This was all topped off with masses of candlelight to add warmth and romance.

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The guest tables were adorned with crystal vases in coordinating blooms, rose petals and votives.

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A huge thank you to Lisa & Romane for letting me play a part in their special day,  I loved every minute!

and of course, not forgetting Natalie @ www.nataliejweddings.com  for the stunning images

Victoria x

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Venue:  www.thetythebarn.co.uk

Photography: www.nataliejweddings.com

Flowers: www.ivyameliaflorals.co.uk

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