For her autumn wedding Sam chose a gorgeous blend of purples, lilacs and ivory. Very popular in 2010 and the colour trend is clearly going to continue into 2011. Luckily she also chose one of the most gorgeous autumn days for her wedding at Brasserie 68 in Fareham. Here are some of the photos we took of Sam's flowers.
The groom's buttonhole of rose, bouvardia and limonium. All flowers featured in Sam's wedding bouquet.
Sam's bouquet of roses, bouvardia, purple trachelium and lavender limonium.
Buttonholes of rose and limonium for the men.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of avalanche roses with lilac limonium.
Bridesmaids bouquets and buttonhole for the dad boxed and ready.
The buttonholes and mum's corsage for the groom's party, all ready and waiting
The ceremony table dresed with a long and low arrangement of ivory Avalanche roses, the gorgeous dusky lilac rose, Memory Lane, freesias and limonium with mixed foliages in vintage tones. This was moved to the top table for the wedding reception.
We dressed the tables with these designs in the popular goldfish bowl type vases. The vases are filled with fresh petals, roses and freesias with central chunky candle. The freesia is an unusual double one aptly named "Honeymoon" Memory Lane rose petals decorate the base.
Many thanks Sam for choosing us to design and create your wedding flowers for you. We hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.