Friday, 28 January 2022

Summer Pastel pink and white bridal flowers

Today I have a beautiful summer wedding that I really should have shared with you before now. This was a fabulous wedding at The Lincoln Hotel and today I will show you the bridal party blooms and displays.
V & G had chosen the colours of white, pink and champagne peach for their florals and once unloaded while they were hydrating I couldn't resist I had to take their pictures!

Beautiful Ammi, or Queen Annes Lace

The stunning oriental lilies being coaxed open

The fabulous array of blooms I was lucky enough to be creating with

and not forgetting the foliage too!

The bride decided to carry a stunning traditional shower bouquet with a mix of white oriental lilies, pink roses, Champagne stocks, eustoma, ammi and mixed foliage.

Adding a modern twist of little butterflies and loops of lily grass.

Loving the gorgeous sweet avalanche pink roses with the pure white lilies.

The side profile so you can see the beautiful champagne double eustoma along with the pink roses and lily

One of my favorite pale pink roses, Sweet Avalanche.

The bride also wore a 3/4 flower crown, to allow room for  her veil to sit.

This glorious crown matched her bouquet with champagne eustoma, pink roses, spray roses ammi and foliage.

The 3 adult bridesmaids each carried a hand tied posy of roses, eustoma, stocks, ammi and pistachio foliage. Tied with white satin ribbon.

A glorious summer mix of blooms.

The 3 flower girls each carried a silver heart shaped wand with a single rose and ammi corsage and trailing ribbons.

The groomsmen all wore matching pale pink rose buttonhole with ammi florets, pistachio foliage and lily grass loops.

The special ladies wore a traditional corsage of white eustoma flowers and foliage.

Buttonholes and corsage ready for delivery to the hotel where the co-ordinater will hand them out.

The bride's party flowers all ready for on the morning delivery. The bride's shower bouquet was a biggie so needed its own social box and instructions on unpacking.

The hotel flowers will be blogged on Monday, make sure you come back for lots more pretty from this wonderful wedding.

If you love these colours, flowers, designs and are looking for your own creations please get in touch or visit the website for more details.

Sandra X


Monday, 24 January 2022

Wedding flowers at Windmill Farm Lincoln

The wedding flowers of S & B part 3.
The reception venue the couple chose was Windmill Farm Lincoln.
This is a lovely large room with onsite accomadation for you and your guests, plenty of parking too.

The bride had chosen and collected these gorgeous blue Whitley Gin bottles (a good excuse to drink more gin!) for the centrepieces. She then chose a flower ring to sit them in continuing with the white and blue flower theme. To match the bouquets we included white roses, freesia and blue cornflowers and for extra filler asters and stallion chrysants with mixed foliage.

Dark blue runners were perfect to help the flowers stand out on the white linen.

The wedding room all set and decorated for the arrival of the bride and groom.

A quick look behind the scenes, the van all loaded and ready to take out the flowers. It takes time, and a lot of thought to load when a wedding has so many elements to be delivered. Packing the flowers safely and securely but in an order that will help with unpacking at each destination. 

Are you getting married at Windmill Farm? Or another local venue? Love our designs? Then get in touch to start chatting through your ideas and colours. 
To book a consultation at The Studio click here for up to date availability

Sandra x


Friday, 21 January 2022

White and blue wedding flowers at St Mary's Church Welton

The beautiful St Mary's church at Welton was the setting for the wedding service of S & B.

This was the first time I had decorated this church and it is stunning with very helpful church wardens.
The stage for the "I do's" was framed with a traditional pedestal either side. Keeping to the blue and white scheme these included white roses, eustoma, aster, alstroemeria and stallion chrysants with blue cornflowers and mixed foliage.

These would later be transferred to the reception venue to sit either side the top table.

The pew ends were created in hurricane vases with roses, freesia, cornflowers and pitto.

These were hung on alternative pews which is a fabulous way of keeping to your budget.

Bride and grooms view of the altar.

A stunning church complimented with our flowers. Imagine your guests entering and seeing this view and then you with your beloved at the other end.

Are you having a church wedding? I have many designs to style your chosen church and many are on this blog, search to the right 'churches'

If you love these and would like to chat through your options please get in touch. 
To book a consultation at The Studio follow this link for up to date availability.

Sandra x


Monday, 17 January 2022

White and blue wedding flowers

The gorgeous summer wedding of S & B.
The colours of this wedding were inspired from Gin bottles! The gorgeous Whitley gin blue bottles.
The brides bouquet was a stunning mix of small white roses and freesia with deep blue cornflowers and the delicate forget me nots.

These were nestled in amongst small leaved variegated pitto.

The posy stems were bound in luxurious ivory satin ribbon.

The couple chose to have 4 bridesmaids and they carried posies of white roses and freesia with forget me nots and pitto foliage

All the gorgeous bouquets together

All ready for delivery to the bride and her maids

The groom wore a stunning corsage style buttonhole of white freesia and for get me nots.

While the groomsmen each wore a freesia buttonhole.

The buttonholes ready for delivery.

The happy couple had a church wedding followed by a reception at Windmill farm. These will be blogged on future dates, keep a look out.

If you love these blooms and would like to chat through your own flowers please get in touch with your wedding date. Alternatively you can book a consultation at The Studio online here.

Sandra x