Blush pink is a popular colour for wedding flowers but everyones take on what the colour is is different. To me these roses are perfect, very pale pink and a gorgeous shaped rose. Couple these blooms with gyp and the traditional asparagus fern and you have a very pretty bouquet to carry down the aisle.
Hand tie bride bouquet with soft asparagus fern, roses and gyp.
The 3 gorgeous bridesmaids each carried a bouquet of gyp
The groom matched his bride with a blush rose, gyp and fern buttonhole
While the groomsmen matched the bridesmaids with simple gyp buttonholes.
Buttonholes all ready for the boys
Bouquets all ready for delivery to their ladies
I was asked to provide one display for the venue. A gyp top table runner with a few red roses to match the table theme.
Your bouquets and tables don't necessarily need to match throughout. If you're torn between two themes, go with it at different stages of the day. It's your day you can style it how you want to!
Keeping one flower or colour but mixing it up does help continuity
Are you having a small or intimate wedding? Looking for a few bouquets and buttonholes? I will always talk you through your options and provide flowers to your requirements, whatever the flowers or colours! It is and always will be your day.