Royal Blue, ivory and silver made a stunning colour scheme for Catherine's February wedding at New Place. The look was classic,soft but with added touches of sparkle.
Tear drop bouquet of royal blue delphiniums, ivory roses, white freesias and silver eucalyptus with sprays of diamante to give the sparkle. Delphiniums are thought of as a summer flower but are in fact available most of the year round so a great choice for a pop of bright blue for this February wedding.
Groom's buttonhole of ivory rose, blue delphinium, rosemary and a touch of gyp.
Bridesmaid's bouquet of ivory roses, cobalt blue delphiniums and white freesias with silver eucalyptus and sprays of diamante. Both bouquets were hand tied but the bride carried a tear drop version while the bridesmaid carried this posy version.
Ceremony table long and low design with 3 candles using ivory roses, royal blue delphiniums, white freesias, mixed silver toned foliages and ivy trails. A co-ordinating stand design stood either side. The venue is New Place, Shirrell Heath.
Stunning tall table centres of blue delphiniums, ivory roses, white amaryllis and freesias with mixed silver eucalyptus and a crystal garland wound down the stem of the cocktail vase for a touch of sparkle. The venue is the Arden Suite at New Place.
Royal blue, silver and white wedding flowers at New Place.The sparkly back drop and ribbon lights add to the transformation of the room. Mirror plates and scattered table diamonds carry the look to the tables.
Blue, white and silver wedding flowers with added sparkle for Catherine's February wedding. I love the way the crystal garlands used to decorate the stem of the cocktail vases echo the ribbon lights on the ceiling. I also love the shot of cobalt blue provided by those gorgeous delphiniums.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Catherine for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I love winter weddings and especially loved creating this beautiful look for a February day.