Thursday, 20 April 2017

Blue, lilac and ivory wedding party flowers

This is a gorgeous wedding with blue, lilac and ivory flowers from a while ago. Somehow it got missed being posted but is such a pretty combination I thought it was worth showing.
The brides and bridesmaids bouquets had the same flower and foliage content but with the bride's being larger in size. They all had ivory roses, gyp, anemone, blue delphinium, lilac roses and eustoma and brunia, silver leaves and seeded eucalyptus.
The stems were bound with hessian to complete the country look.

The flower girls carried a basket filled with the same mix of flowers with the handle and bows in silver ribbon.

The ladies wore corsages of roses, delphinium florets, gyp, eustoma and foliage.

The groomsmen wore smaller buttonholes of anemone brunia and eucalyptus leaves. All the stems on these were bound with twine.

If you love this style and colouring and would love to recreate this in anyway for your wedding get in touch today to book a consultation. We still have a few dates available this year and are taking bookings for 2018/19. It is never too early to start thinking of your flowers.

Sandra x

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