Becky was keen to have a very natural wintery look for her flowers but avoiding anything Christmassy. The wedding was the week before Christmas and the wish to avoid the Christmas look is not uncommon. So if you are a winter bride looking for a seasonal look without the Christmas touches, this post is for you.
Becky's beautiful wintery bouquet in whites, creams and silvers using roses,spray roses, anemones, brunnia, wax flower and senecio. Very natural, very wintery but no traces of Christmas.
Co-ordinating bouquets of ivory roses, cream spray roses, brunnia, wax flower and the silvery senecio for the bridesmaids.
Buttonhole of white rose, bruwnia and eucalyptus for the groom.
Stunning, wintery candelabra flowers in pale pinks, silver and whites, very loose and natural. I've used soft pink roses, cream spray roses, white anemones and berries, wax flower and mixed silver toned foliages to create the look. The ivy trails are the perfect finishing touch.
Co-ordinating wreaths of roses, berries, wax flower and silver foliages around a candle makes a lovely co-ordinating low design for a few of the tables. Mixing the heights like this helps give colour, flower and candlelight at different levels and the overall effect can be just stunning.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Becky for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working on this beautiful, natural, and wintery scheme for you.