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Thursday, 26 June 2014
Ivory roses and gyp bridal party flowers
Alice's colour scheme was a vivid blue but she decided to keep the flowers to a neutral ivory and white. Her bouquet was a trailing hand tie of ivory roses with a mass of gyp and ruscus foliage with bear grass trails and loops.
Her maids each carried a simple ivory rose hand tie with each rose wearing a diamante in its centre. The stems were wrapped in blue satin ribbon and pinned with more diamante.
The groomsmen wore a single ivory rose with ruscus foliage
and the groom had a sprig of gyp added to match his bride.
One mum wore a single ivory rose with ruscus and bear grass loops
while the other had a single ivory rose with ruscus, snake grass and sprig of gyp.