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Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Kelly's Spring Green and White Wedding Flowers, New Place

A February wedding at New Place using the fresh Spring Colours of palest green with white and cream. People often worry that that January and February are difficult months for flowers but in fact nothing could be further from the truth. There is a huge selection available and here we have made the most of the very pretty Spring Flowers that have in fact been available since before Christmas. 

Spring bouquet in palest greens, whites and creams using Dolomiti roses, tulips, anemones, scented paperwhites and astilbe. The look is very soft and elegant, somewhere between classic and vintage, I was sorry to part with it !

Bridesmaids' bouquets of cream roses with white tulips, anemones, mini narcissus and a touch of fresh Spring green foliage. 

Small posy for the flower girls using a rose with tulips, anemones and paperwhites with a little fresh green foliage. Very pretty and perfect for little hands.

For the ceremony table, a long and low design with church candles using roses, tulips, anemones and paperwhites.

Wreath of spring flowers and foliages around a candle made a lovely low table centre, here I used Dolomiti roses with tulips, anemones and mini narcissus with fresh green foliages. Absolutely gorgeous for this February wedding. 

The low table centres were combined with these tall designs in cocktail vases. Dolomiti roses with tulips,anemones, paper whites and mixed fresh green foliages. An ivy trail wound down the stem of the vase adds a lovely finishing touch.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kelly for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope all you had a fabulous day.

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