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Monday, 13 January 2014

January 2014 Showcase, New Place, Shirrell Heath

It was a great pleasure to be at New Place yesterday to support them with their fabulous showcase event. For anyone that missed it or who would like another look at the designs I did, here they are;

Gypsophila, given a Great Gatsby twist for this lovely low table centre. I have added crystal droplets to the gypsophila and lisianthus and decorated the vase with vintage style lace for that necessary touch of opulence. The glass tea light holders are decorated with the same lace and a scattering of table diamonds on a mirror plate complete the look. 

The vintage lace tea lights holders looked stunning. 

Gypsophila and lisianthus vintage glamour style in this tall lily vase at New Place. Crystal drops, scattered table diamonds and vintage lace covered tea light holders complete the vintage glamour look.

Top table, Great Gatsby style in silver and white. A glorious mix of lisianthus, gypsophila, lace, crystals and candles.

Glass of white lisianthus, gyp and crystal sprays, Great Gatsby style. Mixed vases of flowers make a wonderful alternative for bride's looking for something different for their top table.

Lisianthus and gyp in miniature bottles on vintage lace doilies looked great in the mix. Either side are tea lights in frosted glass holders.

Gypsophila is deservedly very popular for weddings, used on mass it looks great and it's a bit kinder on the pocket than a lot of alternatives. We usually see it though in more rustic or traditional designs. I thought it would be great to give it a different and much more glamourous look. I hope you liked it. 

Mantle piece design in buttermilk and pale green for the fireplace in the Bristol room at New Place. January heralds the start of the new year so it was great to use these gorgeous spring colours. People often think January is a difficult month for wedding flowers but I wanted to crush the myth. There are a fantastic selection of flowers available including all those  very pretty spring flowers. Here I have used David Austin roses, viburnum opulus and lisianthus for this trailing mantle design which can double as a top table piece.

Co-ordinating vintage style bouquet of Patience roses, freesias and pale green lisianthus with viburnum Opulus. I love the mix of buttermilk and fresh greens in this bouquet and the scent was just gorgeous. Perfect colours for a Spring wedding but just as lovely in January ! 

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