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Sunday, 25 May 2014

Caroline's Garden Look, Apricot and Green Wedding Flowers, Burley manor

Post are like buses, nothing for ages then 2 at once, sorry ! Truth is, I have been working my little socks off  lately with lots of gorgeous weddings and not sat at home with my feet up and as a result the photography has got all a bit behind to say the least. Do bear with me though because I do have some very fabulous weddings to show you and to start, here are Caroline's.

Natural,trailing bouquet in apricots, greens and whites using roses, spray roses, lisianthus, astrantia, freesia, lily of the valley and ivy trails. I have to say Caroline's bouquet smelt absolutely gorgeous and I was very sorry to part with it. 

Bridesmaid's bouquet of Pearl Avalanche roses, pale apricot spray roses, white freesia and astrantia, pale green lisianthus and a little foliage for that natural garden look. I love the blend of colours here and I have to say the Pearl Avalanche rose is proving to be a bit of a winner.

Groom's buttonhole of Pearl Avalanche rose, astrantia and foliage.

The conservatory at the Burley Manor Hotel full of flowers ready for the wedding breakfast. Tall designs of roses, spray roses, lisianthus and astrantia look right at home in this setting. The stems of the stands have been decorated with trails of ivy and tumbling flowers for added effect. Loving the avenue effect here. 

Tall elegant table centre of nude roses, spray roses, pistachio lisianthus and white astrantia with ivy trails. The colour blend looks amazing with the decor of the Burley Manor Hotel

Trailing, top table design with candles using Pearl Avalanche roses, pale apricot spray roses, white freesia and astrantia, pale green lisianthus, mixed foliages and ivy trails for that natural garden look

Top Table Flowers, the detail with Caroline's "Just Married " sign.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Caroline for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this gorgeous scheme for you and I am so glad you loved your flowers so much. 

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