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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Lacey's Plum and Silver Winter Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A sneaky peak at my next post, Lacey's beautiful plum and silver, winter themed, wedding flowers. Late November wedding at Rhinefield House. 

Winter wedding bouquet in plum and silver using Memory Lane roses, plum and ivory calla lilies, pale green skimmia, paperwhites, silver skeleton leaves and a touch of blue pine. Very perfumed, very lovely, I was sorry to part with it !

Groom's buttonhole of plum and ivory calla lily with silver skeleton leaves.

Mixed vase designs for the ceremony and top table, a lovely alternative to the traditional long and low spray

Tall, wintery tablecentre of Memory Lane roses, plum anemones, paper whites and mixed vintage toned foliages. Curly twigs inside the vase add another wintery twist. Gorgeous for this November wedding. So lovely we had to make the most of them - so we first used a pair either side of the ceremony table to make a beautiful backdrop for the wedding.

Great Hall at Rhinefield set up for Lacey and Al's wedding. All these vase designs were later reused for the wedding breakfast. The tall design makes a gorgeous tablecentre that is full of impact whilst the low designs were later used as part of the top table decoration.

 Wreath of roses,anemones, paperwhites, silver skeleton leaves and vintage toned wintery foliages around a candle in a storm lantern. A perfect table centre for a winter wedding. Here, we mixed tall and low table centres to give flower and colour at 2 different levels.   

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Lacey and Al for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working with you on this lovely seasonal scheme. And very many congratulations on your marriage.

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