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Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Sheryl's Wedding Flowers, Lainston House

Sheryl's flowers, a very pretty Spring time scheme in deep dusky blue and champagne for an April wedding at Lainston House


Sheryl's bouquet, cream roses, blue thistle, navy centred anemones, white lilac and astilbe with a touch of eucalyptus. I love the way the white lilac and anemones give the more wintery looking thistles a fresh spring twist.

Bridesmaid's bouquet with more cream and ivory and a little less navy to compliment her deep dusky blue dress.

Men's buttonholes of Vendela rose, thistle, rosemary and eucalyptus.

Ladie's corsage of champagne rose with thistle, eucalyptus and pearl.

Floral tree with fairy lights for either side of the ceremony table at Lainston House. I've used champagne roses, ivory spray roses, navy centred anemones and blue eryngium with mixed foliages and ivy trails to create this very natural look. A trail of fairy lights running through it adds a finishing touch.

Natural mantle design at Lainston House using champagne roses, ivory spray roses, navy centred anemones , blue eryngium and mixed foliages with ivy trails. A trail of fairy lights runs through it.

Tall centrepiece at Lainston House with chunky multi wick candle and a natural,tumbling surround of mixed roses,spray roses anemones and blue thistle with mixed foliages.

Lainston House, Dawley Barn all ready for Sheryl's wedding breakfast.

Tall centrepiece and floral mantle design behind at Lainston House.

And finally the cake complete with wedding themed floral cake topper.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Sheryl for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this pretty spring scheme. And a huge thank you too to Sally J Photography for the very fabulous venue flower photos. Where would I be without you !

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