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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Danielle's vintage pink & aqua wedding flowers

I have just been lucky enough to have been sent some gorgeous photos of a wedding I did in August, along with a really lovely thank you letter from our bride Danielle. I really do love it when brides write in and share some photos of their day so please do keep them coming.
Danielle was looking for a romantic vintage look in pinks and ivory with delicate butterflies and touches of Aqua inspired by an article she had seen in a magazine. Above is Danielle's wedding bouquet, a lovely mix of soft pink hydrangea, mixed ivory and pale pink roses, spray roses and a couple of butterflies all tied with an aqua satin ribbon.

Her bridesmaids carried these coordinating bouquets with more of the ivory "Avalanche" roses.

A gorgeous detail shot of the bouquet by Mark Upfield of http://www.muphotographic.com/
Thank you Mark, we absolutely love this image.

Flowergirl's wand style posy of rose, lisianthus and tree fern.

Another absolutely gorgeous shot by Mark Upfield and my personal favourite.

Tall tablecentre of mixed roses, hydrangea and tree fern topped with an aqua candle.

Little designs of aqua candles with carnations, hydrangea and tree fern for underneath the tablecentres and along the top table.
Photo Mark Upfield of MUphotographic.

Danielle had set her heart ( please do excuse the pun) on a floral wreath to be hung from the top table. Now we have to confess that the lighting at the venue was very strange and it was way beyond our photographic abilities to produce an even half way representative image of this very lovely wreath.
So thank you so much Kate Truepenny for saving our life with this one.

The top table complete with bride and groom thanks again to Mark Upfield for the image. To decorate the top table we used the bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets with the little candle arrangements in between.

Image - thank you Kate Truepenny.

A gorgeous evening shot of the table flowers by MUphotographic. Thank you Mark, this shot is really lovely.

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