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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Ciara's Vintage Cream and Burgundy Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

For her wedding in Valentine's week, Ciara chose a colour scheme of burgundy and gold and a very soft,romantic vintage look for her flowers. Now we  all know what happens to the price of red/burgundy flowers in Valentines week and here is a lovely idea for introducing a touch of the colour whilst still keeping the look soft and romantic. Skimmia, a lovely little shrub with pale burgundy berry like buds that are absolutely perfect for this look.

Vintage,bouquet in creams, golds and burgundy with a touch of green.Perfect for a winter wedding, Ciara's was in February. I've used Vendela roses, skimmia, lisianthus, paperwhites (for a touch of spring and the scent) with mixed foliages. A gorgeous compliment for an all over vintage styled lace dress.

Burgundy and cream vintage styled bouquet, perfect for the bridesmaids who wore burgundy. Again, it is a mix of roses, skimmia, lisianthus and paperwhites with mixed foliages.

Winter bridesmaid's bouquet in creams - pale golds and burgundy. 

A little corsage for Ciara's little girl. Lisianthus ( because it is soft and very lightweight) skimmia, ivy leaves and asparagus fern. 

Groom's vintage styled buttonhole of cream rose, burgundy skimmia and paperwhites

For the mum's a co-ordinating pin on corsage of rose, paperwhites and mixed vintage toned foliages. 

For the remaining men, buttonhole of Vendela rose, burgundy skimmia and foliages.

And that completes the wedding party, next up are the church flowers. 

Sorry it's been a while - but here they are 

Fawley Church wedding, a garland for the entrance gate arch using cream roses and burgundy skimmia with mixed foliages

Floral garland of roses and skimmia for the arch over the entrance gate to the church. Gorgeous for this February wedding.

Floral tree using cream roses, burgundy skimmia and paperwhites with mixed wedding themed foliages. 

Floral trees either side of the entrance to Fawley church. 

Fawley church wedding flowers, these cream and burgundy vintage style designs look gorgeous at the church entrance.

Cream and burgundy vintage style pedestal with candles using mixed roses, lisianthus, paperwhites and skimmia. A lovely winters design with a hint of Spring, lovely for a February wedding.

Co-ordinating pew ends of ivory roses, burgundy skimmia finished with tulle bow and trails for a lovely soft and romantic vintage look.

Fawley church all ready for Ciara's wedding, pedestal and pew end flowers all in place.

Tall table centres of curly willow twigs with lisianthus look amazing at Rhinefield House where the wedding reception was held.

Twigs and flowers make a beautiful tall table centre for a winter wedding.

Curly willow and lisianthus table centre - a close up.

Rhinefield House, a February wedding and the Great Hall is decorated with tall table centres of curly willow twigs and lisianthus flowers

Vintage floral designs in jam jars decorated with a lace doily were placed on the tables in the bar area.

Ciara's gorgeous white and burgundy wedding cake was finished with a design of cream roses and skimmia.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Ciara for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on this gorgeous vintage inspired scheme for you.

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