A beautiful Easter wedding at Rhinefield House. The bridesmaids wore raspberry and Kate settled on a classic scheme of mixed pinks and whites using roses, freesias and lisianthus as the main flowers.
Bouquet of pink and ivory roses, white bouvardia, freesias, lisianthus and a tiny touch of myrtle for our bride. The bouvardia was perfect for picking out and highlighting the embroidered flowers on Kate's stunning wedding dress.
Classic buttonhole of single Dolce Vita rose. This beautiful bi coloured rose neatly solved the dilemma of how to introduce ivory and deep pink into the mens' buttonholes whilst keeping the design very classic and and very simple. All done in one flower.
Bridesmaids' bouquets in mixed pinks and whites using roses, bouvardia, freesias and lisianthus.
Ceremony flowers at Rhinefield House, a beautiful trailing design in pinks and whites placed either side and behind the ceremony table for a beautiful backdrop.
For the ceremony table itself, little silver pots of ivory roses, grouped pink lisianthus, tea lights and a scattering of pale pink rose petals.
Bird cage table plan decorated with lisianthus, freesias and ivy trails, just gorgeous. It was placed on an easel for the guests and is just photographed here, against a door upstairs where I put the design together.
Candelabra flowers at Rhinefield House, a gorgeous mix of pinks and whites using roses, freesias and lisianthus with trails of ivy.
Pink and white flowers in a trailing design on silver candelabra, just beautiful for a wedding. Tea lights and a scattering of pale pink rose petals underneath finish the look.
A round top table design featuring the bride's bouquet surrounded by little silver pots of flowers, tea lights and fresh rose petals.
Little bags of golden mini easter eggs make gorgeous favours for this Easter wedding. ( I also loved the way the golden afternoon light was reflecting in the cutlery )
Arial shot of the wedding flowers at Rhinefied House in place ready for Kate and Sam's wedding reception. The candelabra are all done save for the lighting of the candles and the wedding cake is in the background with the Master of Ceremonies.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kate and Sam for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you on this gorgeous scheme and I am so glad you loved your flowers so much. Very many congratulations on your marriage.