A blossom-filled bridal bower

29 May

Amanda's shed with crab apple blossom

Amanda’s shed is usually a fairly utilitarian place, but now that the crab apple blossom is out, it’s been transformed into a glorious pastel bower.

The fallen petals dusting the path make it look as if a wedding party has just passed by – which is especially timely as we’re just about to celebrate our first weddings of the year here.

On Monday afternoon, we’ll be welcoming bride Zuzana and groom Peter, while next Friday, Kerry and Richard will be tying the knot. I am so excited – and I really hope both couples will have a picture taken with me! To find out more about our wonderful wedding packages, simply click here!

There’s certainly no shortage of lovely photographic backdrops in the garden at the moment…

Keswick Codlin in blossom

Amanda thought you might also like to see some of her new crocheted bugs in situ…

Crochet ... Boris the spider

Crochet … Boris the spider

Crochet ... Gwen and Keith the snails

Crochet … Gwen and Keith the snails


2 Responses to “A blossom-filled bridal bower”

  1. recardomaurice12 May 29, 2013 at 2:09 pm #

    I like the crochet there. Looks unique.

  2. Fletch the perchcrow May 29, 2013 at 2:12 pm #

    Isn’t it great? Look out for more of Lynne Hardman’s brilliant crochet on the BBC2 show Springwatch Unsprung tonight.

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