Autumn wedding flowers – The Asylum, East London

  • Bride wearing autumn flower crown
  • Chapel altar autumn floral arrangements
  • Bride walking down the aisle of chapel holding autumnal bouquet
  • Wedding ceremony set in beautiful old listed building with peeling chapel walls
  • Bride and groom kissing at the altar decorated with autumn flowers and candles
  • Confetti being thrown over bride and groom outside The Asylum chapel in London
  • Bride with bridesmaid holding autumn bouquets with candlelit altar backdrop
  • Bride holding autumn palette bouquet and wearing flower crown, with groom
  • Autumn flower decorated wedding cake
  • Bride holding autumn palette bouquet, kissing groom on steps of red london bus
  • Meadow style table centrepiece at pub wedding reception

Photography: © Ash Davenport (except slides 2, 11 by Bea Andrews)

This wedding ceremony took place in the beautiful old listed building of the Asylum chapel in Caroline Gardens, Peckham, East London. The autumnal flower palette complemented the distressed walls, altar with a wild, rambling, natural feel. The chapel flowers were later used at their reception in The Lordship pub, East Dulwich where we also added autumn meadow style table centrepieces.

“We wanted to say a huge thank you to you for the wonderful work you put into our wedding flowers. They were absolutely beautiful and fitted in perfectly with both venues. You really did an incredible job and your flowers enhanced the already stunning Chapel. We couldn’t have been happier. You completely understood the look we wanted and you went above and beyond this to create something truly unique. The flowers were really important to us and you didn’t disappoint. Every single guest commented on how wonderful they were and the flower boxes in the pub were snapped up and have been enjoyed in peoples home after the wedding.”

– Rebecca and James

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