Charlotte's wedding bouquet of ivory and pale green roses, white freesia, pale green lisianthus and a touch of myrtle. A timeless, classic and scented design made with flowers that are available all year round and I love the colours, just gorgeous for an early Spring wedding.
Mum's corsage of double lisianthus and myrtle. A perfect little flower for corsages being light and good out of water.
Classic wedding bouquet of pale green and ivory roses, freesias, lisianthus and a touch of myrtle for our gorgeous bride.
Bridesmaids' posies of roses, freesias and lisianthus. Here we used all ivory roses with the pale green provided by the lisianthus. so the bouquets co-ordinated beautifully but did not match Charlotte's exactly.
Charlotte's flower girl carried this lovely little silver wire petal basket with added pale green lisianthus.
Silver candelabra surrounded by little silver pots of roses for the reception at New Place. These little pots of flowers are proving extremely popular, here they provide the flowers on the table for guests to enjoy while the candelabra provide the impact. With all the candles lit, the effect is magical and it's an absolutely lovely look for a February wedding.
The Arden Suite at New Place with all the table centres complete. The top table was decorated with the Bride's and bridesmaids' bouquets, tea lights and little silver pots of roses.
I loved this shot, the party might be over and the tables cleared but how gorgeous does it look with all those candles lit ?
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Charlotte for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and for sharing your photos, it was an absolute pleasure working with you. And very many congratulations on your marriage.