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Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Jo's Rustic Autumn Wedding Flowers, east Horton Golf Club + St John's Church, Hedge End



Jo's beautiful autumnal bouquet included champagne roses, burgundy spray rose, skimmia, veronica, astrantia and wax flower with soft trails of asparagus fern and berried eucalyptus.
A very natural and textured look that was absolutely gorgeous for her late September wedding.


Bridesmaids carried a smaller and slightly simpler version of the bride's bouquet but without the burgundy spray rose. Lovely with their pale dusky pink dresses


A beautifully autumnal buttonhole for the groom using champagne rose, burgundy skimmia, astrantia and rustic style foliages. 


Groomsmen wore a simple buttonhole of champagne rose with dusky pink wax flower and rosemary.


Jo's mum's corsage of champagne rose, apricot skimmia and a little green leaf. Soft and pretty with a touch of autumn.

Rustic style pew ends at St John's Church, Hedge End. We used champagne roses, red skimmia, berried eucalyptus and ivy trails to create this lovely, natural autumnal design.


An autumnal floral wreath around a storm lantern made a gorgeous low centrepiece for the wedding breakfast. This very natural and textured design included champagne roses, burgundy skimmia, apricot lisianthus, dusky pink astrantia and wax flower and mixed rustic style foliages to include berried eucalyptus.


A tall co-ordinating design on a cocktail vase decorated with an ivy trail. Jo mixed high and low centrepieces to give flower and colour at different levels. If you have a lot of tables, this can create a gorgeous effect.


Top Table decorated with a co-ordinating long and low design in sections with a storm lantern and church candle in between each section.


East Horton Golf Club all set up for Jo's wedding breakfast with autumnal high and low centrepieces and co-ordinating long and low trailing designs on the overhead beams. It's sadly not the best photo but the overall effect was just beautiful. I hope this gives a hint !

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Jo for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful autumnal scheme for you.

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