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Jennifer and Jeremy’s Bingham Wedding

Jennifer Jeremy buttonholes

When The Bingham Hotel is your wedding venue, there’s only one style that fits, and that’s relaxed glamour with a vintage twist. Last week we were creating just that, as the gorgeous Jennifer and Jeremy chose Divine at Number 12 to create the flowers for their summer wedding.

Jennifer and Jeremy decided to get married in the lovely little church of St Mary’s with St Albans in Teddington. The newlyweds were lucky enough to have a gloriously sunny day, so with true style and pizzazz they took a riverboat from the church down the Thames to the amazing Bingham Hotel on Richmond Hill. The Georgian townhouse provided the perfect backdrop for the couple’s signature flowers, for which they chose beautiful seasonal classics such as dusty pink amnesia roses, whose blush was echoed in the ivory garden roses, nestled amongst creamy hydrangeas and light baby’s breath. We had fun arranging these in storm lanterns and candelabras, to add that essential warmth and light to the church and venue.

Jennifer Jeremy candelabra 2


Jennifer and the bridesmaids’ bouquets had some delightful variations on this theme, with zingy Singapore orchids and lilac scabious creating a gorgeous cascade effect for Jennifer, reflecting the gentle pink she’d chosen for the silk of her dress. Whilst the bridesmaids had mini versions in round little hand tied bouquets. The groom didn’t shy away from pink either, with Jeremy donning a rose and orchid buttonhole to match his and his groomsmen’s ties.

Jennifer Jeremy bouquet

This wedding’s enduring classics, such as the venue style and the white and green flowers, were lifted and complimented by Jennifer and Jeremy’s choice to add a little blush to their arrangements. We’re so happy that the day was a glorious success for them, with sunshine, laughter, and even an ceilidh band after dinner!

Best wishes and love, from all of us at Divine!

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