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Friday, 17 January 2014

Marilyn's Antique Purple and Cream Wedding Flowers, New Place

Here's one I did earlier because it has to be said I got a little behind on the blog - sorry - but Marilyn's antique purple and cream, vintage style flowers need to be seen.

Antique purple and cream roses, freesias and lily of the valley made a beautiful, vintage style and gorgeously scented bouquet for Marilyn.

Groom's buttonhole of cream rose and lilac freesia.

For the bridesmaids', co-ordinating vintage style bouquets using the antique purple and cream roses and freesias but substituting the lily of the valley with a touch of gypsophila.

Purple and cream corsages using cream rose with purple lisianthus and a touch of gypsophila with mixed eucalyptus.

The Fireplace at New Place looked stunning with a mantle design and 2 small stand designs in antique shades of purple and cream either side. The natural vintage style is perfect for the Bristol room

The Mantlepiece flowers, a trailing, vintage style design using antique purple and cream roses, freesias, purple lisianthus and gypsophila with mixed vintage style foliages. This was later used on the top table for the wedding breakfast.

Vintage style, purple and cream flowers in a tall vase for the wedding breakfast tables, again I have used antique shades of purple and cream roses, freesias, purple lisianthus, a little gypsophila and mixed vintage toned foliages to create the look. Scattered petals and tea lights finish it off at the base.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Marilyn for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. Very many congratulations on your marriage.

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