Last but not least, it's the turn of the Arden Suite. It's January ( or at least it was) and again I have given the flowers a distinctly wintery feel but using the fresh green and white colours of the approaching ( we hope) Spring.
Ideas for January wedding flowers, the Arden Suite at New Place is decorated with a fresh green and white scheme with lots of candlelight to create a really warm cosy atmosphere for a winter wedding reception.
Winter wedding flowers at New Place. Here I have combined tall table centres of roses, ranunculus, paperwhites and winter foliages with low designs of a co-ordinating wreath around a candle within a storm lantern and a generous top table design in sections with candles in storm lanterns in between. The mix of high and low designs helps bring colour and flower at every level for extra impact.
Tall, wintery table centre in a cocktail vase using large ivory roses, ranunculus and paperwhites with pine and a trail of ivy wound round the vase for a contemporary touch.
Wreath of roses, ranunculus and paperwhites around a candle within a storm lantern makes a gorgeous low table centre for a winter wedding.
Trailing top table design with candles in green and whites, perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere for a winter wedding.
The Arden Suite at New Place, all set up for a wedding. It's January and hopefully this post, and the 2 before it have helped show what a lovely time of year it can be for wedding flowers. No need to be overly Christmassy, there is a huge choice of early Spring flowers available now in readiness for the change in seasons. .
A huge thank you again to Sally Johnson for her very beautiful photos.