People often think that flowers for a January wedding or Civil Partnership are going to be difficult but in fact nothing could be further from the truth. There's a huge range of gorgeous flowers to choose from, plenty of flowers are available all year round and in addition all those beautiful Spring flowers are readily available too. For his early January Civil Partnership, Nick choose a wintery look using spider chrysanthemums and roses in mixed whites and greens. Very seasonal and very beautiful.
Winter buttonhole of rose, pine, glittered twigs and ivy leaves in whites and greens, perfect for a winter wedding or Civil Partnership.
Bridesmaids' bouquets of spider chrysanthemums around a single rose.
Winter wedding/civil partnership flowers at New Place. The Bristol room fireplace is decorated with a long and low in whites and greens using spider chrysanthemums and roses with winter foliages and white glittered twigs for a natural seasonal look.
The Bristol room at New Place, fireplace flowers in situ all ready for Nick's Civil Partnership ceremony. This lovely design was later moved to the top table for the wedding breakfast.
Winter wedding flowers at New Place, the Bristol room fireplace decorated with a long and low design of white spider chrysanthemums and roses with pine and white glittered twigs.
These designs are great for doubling up as top table flowers and are easily moved.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Nick for choosing me to design and create your flowers for you, I hope you had a very fabulous day.