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Sunday, 29 November 2015

Lucy's Vintage Glamour Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A beautiful and very elegant, more formal scheme in shades of pink, blush,champagne and gold.Perfect for Rhinefield House

Lucy's bouquet of pink and blush roses, spray roses and white agapanthus with gold skeleton leaves and a little eucalyptus berry for texture. The deeper rose is Anna, one of my favourites, a  lovely champagne colour with deeper pink tips to the petals which fade out towards the centre making for a very beautiful 2 tone rose. It's also beautifully scented.

Bridesmaid and flower girls' co-ordinating posies in blush,gold, champagne and pink with a little added eucalyptus.

Bridesmaids and flower girls posies in pink, ivory, blush and gold, all boxed and ready to go

Groom's buttonhole of pink-champagne rose, spray rose, rosemary and wax flower. Page boys buttonholes of spary rose, wax flower and rosemary.

Elegant, tall table centres at Rhinefield House. Cocktail vases of white hydrangeas, blush and pink roses, spray roses with gold skeleton leaves and a little eucalyptus. Gold flecked tea light holders on mirror plates at the base. These pale colours and the massed candlelight look amazing with all the dark wood panelling in the Great Hall.

A very elegant low top table design. Massed white hydrangea, pink roses and blush spray roses  surround scented candles in glass nestled in amongst the flowers. The  whole design sits on a run of mirror plates. The effect is stunning and it makes a more unusual/different idea for the top and ceremony tables

Massed candlelight in the alcoves at the Great Hall at Rhinefield House looks gorgeous. I have used a storm lantern and massed tea lights to create the effect.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Lucy and Ian for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope you had an amazing day.

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