Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Washingborough Church wedding flowers

St John's Church at Washingborough was the setting for Sarah's wedding ceremony. 
I have had the pleasure of decorating this church many times over the years and it is always lovely to see it being used regularly for all types of services.

We kept with the theme of lavender and gyp and used both to make these cute pew ends.

The posies were bound together and hung with twine in keeping with the natural style of the flowers.

We created two traditional style pedestals using flowers in ivory and lavender and these included roses, eustoma, statice, gyp and mixed foliage.

They were created on our black wrought iron stands so they could be transported to the venue after the service.

Looking pretty for the ceremony

You needn't decorate all the pews, these were alternated down the aisle.

If you are getting married in this church or any other church in our region please get in touch to discuss how you would like to style your ceremony flowers.
To see another of the weddings I have styled in this church click here
Most churches will allow florists in if you ask but some prefer not to. It is always best to speak to the Vicar or Church Warden first so you know where you stand. If you want to have any large or unusual designs ie archways again ask for permission first.
We are always happy to speak to the church direct in relation to any decorations you may require to satisfy their needs to preserve the building and its contents.

Sandra x

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