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Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Emma's Shabby Chic Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A beautiful, summery scheme in dusky pinks and creams with a shabby / rustic chic theme, here are Emma's wedding flowers

Emma's Bouquet of dusky pink and cream roses, spray roses, pale pink lisianthus, freesia and astilbe with a touch a foliage and a few large pearls buried within.

Bridesmaids carried a co-ordinating design of cream and dusky pink roses, spray roses, pale pink freesias and lisianthus with a touch of foliage. 

Groom's buttonhole of cream rose with pale pink freesia and a touch of vintage style foliage.

Beautiful corsage of pale pinks freesias with spires of mini pearls for the mums.

Low centrepieces at Rhinefield House shabby / rustic chic style - a lovely jug of roses, spray roses, freesias and astilbe in creams and pinks with asparagus fern on stacked log slices and tea lights around. 

Beautiful top table design at Rhinefield House in a wooden container using dusky pink roses, cream spray roses, pale pink lisianthus, freesia and astilbe with a touch of garden style foliage.


I love these bark containers, perfect for a rustic chic style wedding. I have filled them with natural designs of rose, lisianthus and astilbe spires with a touch of garden style foliage to tie in with the central top table design.

Top table design shabby chic style at Rhinefield House.Wooden and bark containers of garden style flowers with tea lights in between look just gorgeous. The wooden table and place names complete the look perfectly.

Mantle design at Rhinefield House with sections of wedding themed flowers with fairy lights running through them and church candles in storm lanterns in between each section and at either end. The overall effect was just beautiful - the photo does not do it justice sadly !

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Emma and Ryan for asking me to do your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this scheme for you and I hope you had the most fabulous day.

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