A spring wedding shoot with flower crowns of spring blossom and rustic bouquets of tulips and bluebells
Back in the spring I attended a spring blossom flower crown workshop run by my friend Rachel of Catkin Flowers. It was held in the beautiful surroundings of Doddington Hall in Lincolnshire, which is where Rachel has her base growing flowers in the old walled garden – it truly is as beautiful as it sounds.
A group of us had great fun creating our own unique flower crowns with spring flowers that Rachel had gathered for us, in particular a variety of blossoms from the spectacular cherry and crab apples that were blooming outside.
After the workshop Rachel put together a mini shoot in the gardens of Doddington Hall and I was invited to go along, and even got roped in for a few pictures – who could say no beneath that stunning tree dripping with pink blossom?
A big thank you to Rachel for inviting me to join in with this workshop and photoshoot, and if anyone else is interested in going on a flower workshop check out Catkin’s courses and events page.
Catkin is a recommended supplier of The Natural Wedding Company. Catkin is floristry business that grows their own English, seasonal flowers and foliage in a cutting garden in Lincolnshire – green and gorgeous is their motto! Rachel is known for her beautifully natural, seasonal style.
Images: Annabel Smith
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