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Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Melissa's Autumn Wedding Flowers, Cottonworth Vineyard

A lovely sunny scheme for an early October wedding , Melissa loves the bright colours and a slightly rustic style but the overall look needed to be elegant as well. Perfect for the lovely marquee in the maze of vines at the Cottonworth Vineyard.  

Melissa's bouquet in whites and soft yellows using white roses, calla lilies and bouvardia with yellow craspedia and soft lemon lisianthus for a touch of colour. Very pretty and very elegant.

Bouquets of sunflowers, craspedia, white lisianthus and bouvardia for the bridesmaids and a mini version for the flower girl. 

Stunning tall table flowers for a marquee, delphiniums and curly twig with sunflowers, white hydrangeas and orange spray rose for a gorgeous splash of colour.

Perfect early autumn flowers for a marquee, bright sunflowers, orange spray rose and white hydrangea with tall spires of delphinium and curly twig. 

Fresh and sunny table centres of tall delphiniums, curly twig, sunflowers, white hydrangea and orange spray rose look gorgeous in this marquee setting at Cottonworth vineyard.

The bar decorated with this pretty design of sunflowers, curly twig and delphiniums. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Melissa for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure working on this sunny early autumn scheme for you

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