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Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Beth's Contemporary Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

For her wedding at Rhinefield House Beth chose an orange and gold scheme. The flowers were to be  bright, bold and modern using orange lilies - and only orange lilies - mixed with lots of green foliages, a touch of gold and lots of candlelight. Wonderfully atmospheric.
 And so here they are - Beth's wedding flowers
  

Modern buttonhole of small orange lily with gold ting ting for the groom.


Beth's contemporary wedding bouquet of orange lilies with a touch of gold ting ting and a surround of fatsia leaves.  


Contemporary wedding bouquet of lilies. I also put a lily and some gold ting ting on a wire for Beth's hair, she looked completely amazing. 


Modern bouquets of ivory lilies and gold ting ting for the bridesmaids who were in orange tea length dresses with an ivory net underskirt. Gorgeous.





Modern buttonholes of alstromeria for the men


Corsage of alstromeria and ruscus leaves for the mums.


Orange lily and foliage wand style posy with a touch of gold ting ting for the flower girl.


The Wedding ceremony flowers at Rhinefield House. The table was decorated with a long and low design of orange lilies, church candles, mixed foliages and gold ting ting and either side I placed a co-ordinating pedestal design.


The ceremony flowers moved to the top table for the wedding breakfast.


Candelabra designs at Rhinefield House of orange lilies, gold ting ting and trails of ivy wound down to the table for the guest tables. 


Beth's wedding flowers at Rhinefield House, the bride's view from the top table, with all those candles lit it would have looked quite magical. Whilst Beth had a mid summer wedding, this is a gorgeous look for an autumn or winter wedding too. The lilies are available all year round and all pollen stamens are removed to avoid the risk of staining. Whilst some people find the oriental lilies a problem in view of the strong scent, here I have used an asiatic variety which have no perfume.  

That just leaves me to say, thank you so much much Beth for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on these bright, bold and modern designs for you and very many congratulations on your marriage.

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