The gorgeous Downland village of Firle, with it's flint cottages, Church, Pub and farms, is such an idylic place to get married.
Grace and Colin were married in the stunningly natural walled herb garden of Firle Place overlooked by the village Church.
Long tables were laid up in a Capri marquee, and we scattered fragrant Sweet peas and Lavendar down the centres.
Our natural and wild flowers perfectly suited the relaxed venue... We cut Dahlias, Roses, Daucus, Campanula and lots of foliage to decorate the gateways in the walled garden.
We also gathered Ivy to wind up the marquee poles.
Grace and her Bridesmaids carried bouquets of scented Roses, Paeonies and Sweet peas, and the pink Rose buttonholes were trimmed with Lavendar.
Also in June, Anna and Rob were married in the pretty village Church of St Peters, followed by a reception in the Georgian Riding School, just a short stroll from the Church.
Our homegrown seasonal flowers in pinks and blues were used to create Pew ends and an abundant pedestal for the Church.
We cut fragrant Roses, Delphiniums, Daisies, Daucus, Cornflowers, Love-in-the-mist and Knautia.
We filled Jugs and jars with flowers for the tables in the Riding School.