The soft and pale palette of white anemones, hydrangeas and blush pink roses perfectly suited the romantic period setting of Hatfield House. The ceremony flowers arranged on elegant and tall candelabras were given a glamourous twist by using crystal droplets, adding a touch of glamour to the occasion.
The bride’s dress of delicate lace and bouquet of vintage crystal and pearl brooches were complimented by her exquisite Laboutin shoes.
The attention to detail for this wedding meant that all the decorations, from the flowers, to the napkin rings and the stunning vintage broach bouquet complimented the venue and bride and groom perfectly. This amazing day was captured by Rebecca Wedding Photography.
Winnie and Sean’s spring wedding in Toronto, Canada combined the glamour of the 50’s with a modern twist. The Bride’s beautiful vintage-style lace Tea dress was teamed with the most exquisite crystal embellished Jimmy Choo shoes.
The wedding bouquet was a simple but striking hand tied posy of black calla lilies, the stems tied with a lace remnant from the wedding dress. The buttonholes for the ushers and best men matched the Groom’s black calla with complimentary white calla lilies.
This is a stunning bouquet filled with exquisitely scented peonies, roses, phlox, and alchemilla mollis. The beautiful bride wanted her bouquet to reflect the summer garden setting they had chosen for the ceremony and also the colours of their outrageously cute flower girls’ outfits.
The whole wedding day was captured by Chiron Cole Photography
Charlie and Celeste celebrated their wedding during the Golden Jubilee celebrations in London with a touch of nostalgia and vintage glamour.
With a small ceremony in East Dulwich College followed by a trip down memory lane in vintage buses to the wedding party venue in a converted tram shed in south London. The flowers created a colourful backdrop to the unique setting for the reception.
The stunningly elegant bride and groom, Claire and Simon, chose a bright crisp wintery day in November to get married at the suitably stylish Royal Society of Arts, off the Strand, in the heart of London.
The classic palette of ivory hydrangeas and spray avalanche roses mixed with a fresh burst of foliage complimented the simple yet striking London theme that was highlighted on the tables in their wedding breakfast menus, table names and invitations.
Keeping the flowers simple and contemporary by using a mass of white Gypsophelia arranged like delicate clouds in tall silver vases, the flowers remained understated and elegant to reflect the venue.
Claire and Simon kicked off the evening’s celebrations with a bang as they danced the night away on the brilliantly decorated dance floor!
From classic white Calla Lilies to vibrant and colourful Roses and stunning muted tones of fragrant Freesias and Foliage. Here are a selection of my favourite bridal bouquets that have walked down the aisle.
Elegant white bouquets in both posy and trailing styles which can be accented with a variety of foliage and flowers to tie in with any wedding.
Stunning scented bouquet of Lavender with co-ordinating lilac and white Scabious used in the Bride’s hair and Usher’s buttonholes.
Muted tones and seasonal flowers with personal touches.
Fun, joyful and vibrant flowers that make a real impact.
Faith and Kevin chose to get married at the pretty All Saints Church in Putney, London. Using a delicate selection of pale yellows and creams as the colour inspiration for the flowers I used a mixture of ivory and cream Vendela Roses, Freesia and soft Alchemilla, the flower girl carried a pretty basket of Camomile and Freesia which tied in beautifully with the Bride’s vintage dress.
The church flowers continued with the theme of yellow and cream with a nod to the summertime incorporating fragrant dill and fennel into the altar arrangements.
Jam jars and bottles were collected by the Bride and Groom to use for their wedding flowers. Pretty pots of summer pink and white flowers including Dahlias, Snowberry, Ranunculus and Avalanche spray roses were clustered around hurricane vases on each table.
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The great thing about Fulham Palace is that you can have your marquee wedding in the middle of London! Kitty and James chose a perfect spring day in April.
Kitty and James had planned their wedding with meticulous detail down to the ribbon on the napkins and the gift bags for the little young guests.
Seasonal flowers were key to the decoration with an elegant touch of white and green throughout.
The bridal flowers were classic white with a stunning mixture of Roses, Chincherinchee, Freesia and Guelder Rose to add textures and shape to the posies.
Photography by confettishots.co.uk
This intimate wedding celebration for Cathy and Rick in Herefordshire was set in the stunning grounds of Lemore Manor.
The Bridal party sported posies of pale lilac and mauve flowers to compliment the soft hues in the Bride’s wedding dress.
Flowers for the bouquets included Amnesia Roses, lilac Freesia and silver Eucalyptus.
Guests had poppy seeds and apples as name tags for the wedding breakfast and pretty wrist corsages were worn by the Bride’s best friends.
Long tables were laid out for the wedding guests with domes of white Freesias, Hydrangeas and Roses nestled between tall glass candle sticks and trailing Ivy.
The ceremony flowers included flower topiary trees decorated with Hydrangeas and fresh green Apples and long garlands of Hops along the staircase and entrance.
Set in the stunning gardens of Syon Park, Molly and Henry’s wedding flowers reflected the elegance and magnificence of the Great Hall and Conservatory where their ceremony and reception took place.
With a subtle nod towards the Groom’s scottish heritage the Bridal flowers and table decorations included pale blue Thistles simply arranged amongst Florence Green Roses and White Hydrangeas with half the tables displaying tall vases and half the tables displaying low clusters of flowers in elegant silver vases, all arranged on large mirrors with frosted tea lights to enhance the flowers for the evening celebrations.