Tuesday, 21 March 2017

All Saints at Ingham wedding flowers


On a cold and blustery November day we decorated this fabulous church in the next village to me, All Saint's at Ingham.
The wedding colour scheme was burgundy with hints of autumnal colours and white.
On the gate posts to welcome the guests were hung some seeded eucalyptus, cotinus, gyp and a few roses, tied on (tightly) with a pretty burgundy bow.



In the entrance is the font (a very small church) and on this we added a long and low type arrangement with roses, amaranths, gyp and carnations and mixed seasonal foliage.



The bride knew she wanted gyp on the pew ends but nothing too large as the aisle isn't very wide. We teamed this with seeded eucalyptus and tied on with burgundy satin ribbon.


At the altar stood a traditional style pedestal with burnt orange roses and gladioli, burgundy roses, amaranths, carnations and mixed seasonal foliage.


At the High altar stood another pedestal of the same flowers.


The view down the aisle towards the entrance.



The rest of the flowers were created by a family member, we are happy to take on all or some of your flowers to suit you. It is your day and we will not insist on being the only supplier, although do be careful if you want all displays to match as everyone creates items differently and some colours are described differently.

If you are having a church wedding ask us how we could style the space. This is a very small church as against this post last week which was huge. 

We can arrange a meeting to show you where best to put your displays and what needs and doesn't need decorating.

Please take a look on the right Churches: (A list of some of the churches we have decorated)

If you need more information, please get in touch.

Sandra x
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