A beautifully, elegant scheme in blush and silver at the Ageus Bowl in Southampton, here are Rachael's wedding flowers
Rachael's Bouquet, a beautiful tear drop of David Austin Keira roses, Bombastic spray roses, white bouvardia and lisianthus with silver brunnia and a few buried pearls
Bridesmaids' bouquets of blush garden roses and spray roses with white stocks, bouvardia and lisianthus and a little silver brunnia.
And a smaller version for the petite bridesmaid using blush garden roses and spray roses with white stocks, bouvardia and lisianthus and a little silver brunnia.
For the male attendant, a pin on design of blush garden rose, spray rose, white bouvardia and silver eucalyptus leaf and berry to co-ordinate with the bridesmaids bouquets.
Groom buttonhole of Bombastic spray rose with silver eucalyptus berry and bud.
For the men, a single David Austin Keira rose with eucalyptus berry and leaf
And for the ladies, corsages of white lisianthus and bouvardia with silver eucalyptus leaf and berry, wedding themed but neutral and very pretty.
Tall candelabra designs of roses and hydrangeas at the Ageus Bowl, Southampton with bride's own blossom trees. The ball room really did look quite stunning
For the top table, an unusual, formal, long and low design of massed flower with buried scented candles. I have used roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, stocks and lisianthus with a touch of eucalyptus berry and leaf to create this floral tapestry. The overall effect is quite beautiful, very soft yet elegant.
And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Rachael and Chris for asking me to design and carte your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure and I hope you all had the most amazing day.