Friday, 20 December 2019

Pretty summer wedding in blue white and green flowers

A gorgeous and pretty blue bridal posy filled with summer loveliness, Dark blue delphiniums, cornflower, white nigella, Chamomile, gyp, and Alchemillia mollis. Stems were bound in twine to perfect the country styling.

The single bridesmaid carried a cloud of gyp posy

The groomsmen each wore a country style buttonhole of spray roses, veronica and rosemary foliage (left)
The Mother of the Bride wore a similar style yet fuller design (right)

These were all placed in shotgun shells by the bridal party on delivery.

Another of our fabulous clients who was having a small but intimate wedding.
Are you having a small gathering for your day? Yet still looking for the wow factor for your bouquets and buttonholes? We say why should you compromise?
Get in touch to discuss your requirements and quantities. Book a free, no obligation, consultation with our flowers expert

Sandra x

Monday, 16 December 2019

Burgundy and white bridal flowers

Bridal posies can be whatever you want them to be.
This bride was clear on using white roses and foliage with 3 deep red dahlia and a few pine cones. A compact design yet with a messy outline, not neat and tidy.
We love brides who embrace foliage. The bridal bouquet used seeded eucalyptus

while the four bridesmaid bouquets had asparagus ferns densiflorus and setaceus teamed with the eucalyptus and white roses.

The 7 groomsmen each wore a single white rose with asparagus and eucalyptus leaves.

A small yet elegant wedding party whom we are always happy to design flowers for.
We don't have a minimum spend for your flowers as we believe anyone should be able to have gorgeous flowers whatever their budget or size of wedding.
Ask us to give you a quote for your flowers today

Sandra x

Friday, 13 December 2019

Marquee foliage table runner garlands and hoops

On the hottest weekend of the year we set up this stunning wedding. 
Lots and lots of foliage!
(See the bridal bouquets and buttonhole here)
The sides of the marquee were opened up from early on and left open as it was so hot!
We were asked to dress 3 x 4ft hoops for the marquee ceiling and provide eucalyptus garlands for 175ft plus of table length
The hoops were to be dressed with Birch, significant foliage for the family, to cover and hang to break up the vastness of the space.

The trestle tables were dressed with a thin garland of eucalyptus to not take up too much space on the table. As you can see, left, table cloth and garland, right, table fully styled with cutlery, crockery and glasses. 


The tables as we left them.

The bar was also styled with a eucalyptus garland

Later when we delivered the groomsmen buttonholes we could see the marquee dressed and styling complete.

Trestle tables can make a great setting for your guests, allows you more guests per space and can be more guest friendly than the large round tables.

The sight the bride and groom and guests see on entering the marquee

Are you looking for ideas to style a marquee? Not sure where to start? This was styled entirely in foliage, not a flower in sight. We have lots of ideas and inspiration for whatever look and style to are looking to achieve. Get in touch to see how we can help you achieve your dream venue.

Sandra x

Monday, 9 December 2019

White roses and eucalyptus wedding flower bouquets and buttonholes

On one of the hottest days of the summer we created wedding flowers for a sophisticated yet simple wedding. The brief; white roses and plenty of foliage!
This bride wanted a handful of gorgeous white roses in her bouquet surrounded by trailing eucalyptus to give a waterfall effect.
Six gorgeous avalanche roses with lots of populus seeded eucalyptus created the perfect bouquet. The stems were bound with material off cuts from the bride's dress.

The 4 bridesmaids each carried a dainty posy of eucalyptus with a few sprigs of gyp for colour.

The bridal bouquets all ready for delivery to the bride

The 11 groomsmen all wore a simple white rose with eucalyptus sprigs and stems bound in white twine.

Groomsmen buttonholes ready for delivery to the reception venue where the boys are staying.

This bride already had a clear vision of what she wanted for her flowers and with a little help to fine tune these we made her flower/foliage dreams come true.
Never be afraid to state what you want for your flowers, should you know, we can either go straight with what you want or if not quite possible, for some reason, we will talk through alternatives to achieve a happy compromise.

Book your consultation with our flower expert florist and talk through your flower plans

Sandra x

Monday, 2 December 2019

Kelham Hall pretty in pink wedding flowers

The setting for the civil ceremony and reception was at the glorious Kelham Hall.
The ceremony is held in front of this gorgeous fireplace in the Music room within the hall.
Our couple continued their pink colour styling with a long and low display of lilies, peony, roses and eustoma.

We also decorated the seating plan with a corner garland of roses and mixed trailing foliage

However you choose to style your venue and whichever venue you choose, we have lots of ideas to suit.
Please check out the many venues on the right, including more from Kelham Hall, and many other designs for tables, seating plans, arches, and loads more.
We are open to your ideas, please get in touch to book a consultation and discuss your plans

Sandra x

Friday, 29 November 2019

Pretty pink summer flower wedding

A beautiful pink summer wedding filled with peony, roses, eustoma and scented foliage.
The brides bouquet was an explosion of scent and ruffled blooms with varying shades of pink adding dimension to lots of same shaped flower.

The 5 bridesmaids all cried a rose posy of Avalanche, Sweet Avalanche and cerise pink roses.

The two little flower girls each carried a silver heart wand with an ivory rose and scented foliage with cerise pink ribbon tails.

The bridal part flowers all ready for presentation to the bride.

The groom had a traditional double buttonhole, an ivory and cerise pink rose with foliage and a little sparkle with diamante sprays.

The best man also wore a traditional double buttonhole, minus the sparkle!

All the 10 groomsmen all wore a pale pink single rose buttonhole

With so many groomsmen they were getting ready in separate venues and as a service we deliver to where your gents are, one less thing for you or your groom to do.

The Mother of the bride and groom both wore beautiful pink wrist corsages of roses, spray roses and eustoma.

Whether you are looking for gorgeous pink flowers or love the style of this wedding we can talk through your plans and create designs perfect for your day.
Get in touch to book a free, no obligation consultation today

Sandra x