A beautiful February wedding at Skylarks Golf and Country Club in shades of Navy, mint and white, here are Gemma's wedding flowers.
Gemma's bouquet, white roses with thistles, navy centred anemones, paperwhites and mint lisianthus with trails of ivy over for a rustic twist.. It smelt amazing thanks to the paperwhites and I was sorry to part with it.
Bridesmaids carried co-ordinating bouquets of white roses, mint lisianthus, navy centred anemones and scented paperwhites with ivy trails over.
Groom buttonhole of white rose with anemone and paperwhites, natural style.
Rose and thistle buttonholes for the remaining men and simple buttonholes of thistle only for the boys.
Ladies wore pretty corsages of white rose, spray rose, spires of delicate pearls and ivy leaf
The beautiful barn at Skylarks set up for the wedding ceremony with tall lanterns lining the aisle, bay trees with fairy lights either side of the ceremony table and a beautiful long and low floral design with candles using roses, thistles, anemones, lisianthus and paperwhites for the table itself. The overall effect of all that candlelight is just beautiful.
The long and low with candles using roses, thistles, anemones, paperwhites and lisianthus.
Floral wreaths around a candle using roses, anemones, paperwhites and lisianthus made beautiful centrepieces for the wedding breakfast.
The top table was decorated using trails of ivy with tea lights and mini designs of rose, thistle, paperwhite, lisianthus and anemone dotted along the length.
Top table design rustic style using ivy trails, tea lights and mini designs of rose, thistle,lisianthus, anemone and paperwhites along the length.
And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Gemma for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful winter flower scheme for you.