Better late than never and following on from my earlier post, here are some images of Kortney's lovely church and reception flowers. This was a formal black tie wedding with a very rustic twist and the flowers had to reflect both elements- A very natural but still elegant look.
Church pew ends of white lilac ( syringa), simple tied bunches. Gorgeous for a Spring wedding
Church flowers, white roses, lilacs, ranunculus and freesia with trails of mixed ferns and ivy. One on each of the ledges behind the altar. They make a beautiful backdrop for the wedding ceremony. The church is St Stephens in Lyndhurst
Church window ledge flowers, a tall lantern with church candle amongst a rustic design of mixed ferns with white lilac ( syringa) and ranunculus. Simple but very beautiful.
Church window ledge with a design of white ranunculus and lilacs ( syringa) with mixed green foliages. The stone ledges at St Stephens are perfect for this design and the church looked really lovely for Kortney's March wedding
Top Table flowers at The Pig, Brockenhurst. The rustic style suits the venue perfectly. Here I have used white rose, lilacs( syringa), ranunculus, and freesia with mixed ferns and ivy and each section is separated by a church candle in a storm lantern.
A close up of the top table flowers, white roses, ranunculus, freesia and lilacs( syringa) with mixed ferns.
Top table flowers at The Pig in Brockenhurst. Rustic chic meets black tie.
Table centre of white ranunculus, freesia and lilacs( syringa) with ferns, olive and rosemary in a rustic but elegant design in a low pedestal bowl.
Elegant but rustic low centrepiece of white ranunculus, lilacs ( syringa) and freesia with mixed ferns, olive and rosemary.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kortney and James for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this scheme with it's mix of 2 differing styles. And very many congratulations on your marriage.