Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Blue, white and ivory wedding flowers

This is such a gorgeous colour scheme for May. The flowers are in season, summer is starting but still with a hint of spring varieties.
The bride had chosen powder blue as her main colour and we added in differing shades to give the flowers some depth along with the white and ivory.

Flowers included white tulips and alstroemeria, small ivory roses, blue hydrangea, muscari, thistle, agapanthus and veronica

The stems were bound with satin ribbon

The 4 bridesmaids each carried a similar style bouquet but as they were wearing blue we chose more whites and ivories.

These included tulips, roses, alstroemeria, muscari and thistles.

Stems were bound in the same blue ribbon.

All the groomsmen each wore a buttonhole of a tulip with muscari and hydrangea floret with a curled leaf.

The two mum's wore a wrist corsage of a mix of flowers from the brides bouquet.

Wedding reception flowers at Branston Hall follow on tomorrow.

If you like any of the designs I am showcasing please get in touch to see how I may help you create your dream wedding flowers.

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