A big thank you to all those who came to see me yesterday at New Place's Wedding Fayre. For those that couldn't make it or for anyone who would like a quick reminder of the ideas I had on display - here they are. I have plenty more though - ideas that is - so if you would like some help in designing the perfect flowers for your wedding day, please do get in touch. I'd love to see you
Bouquet of coral roses. Coral is one of this years hot new colours and the rose in the middle - Miss Piggy - is one to watch. A blend of the colour works beautifully and is much better than trying to exactly match the colour of dresses - if you succeed all those beautiful roses tend to get lost. For those that like contrast the colour would look amazing with midnight,chocolate, black as well as anything in the ivory-cream- stone -apricot range.
Table centre of mixed coral roses in cube vase finished in ivory ribbon for a touch of vintage glamour. The ribbon can of course be changed to any colour you choose.
Candelabra with gypsophila. Gypsophila is very popular at the moment so here is a different way of using it - gorgeous for winter weddings too ( think snow !)
Bouquet of gypsophila, very soft, very pretty and weighs nothing !
Table centres in purple-lilac and green and a natural woodland style using lilac roses, purple clematis and pale green lisianthus. This more natural style is another trend for 2012. Here I have a tall trumpet vase design with a stem of clematis inside the vase for a slightly different touch and a low table centre of a winter wreath around a church candle.
Co-ordinating bouquet of lilac rose, purple clematis, pale green lisianthus and lilac veronica. Again the look is very natural.
Table centre of mini narcissus ( daffodils )
Very simple, very pretty and full of perfume. I used a taller central vase and surrounded it with matching mini designs and tea lights. Just gorgeous for a spring wedding but the idea is very easily adapted for other flowers and seasons.
Bouquet of mini narcissus.
That's all for now. I do hope you enjoyed the post. If you would like to get in touch re planning your own wedding flowers, please do call me on 01489 582539 or email me at email@example.com. and we can arrange to have a chat. I'd love to hear from you.
www.fioribylynne.co.uk has more information on my wedding flower services for anyone that would like to know a little more first.