Wednesday, 12 September 2012

White And Green Country Flowers

Lovely white and green country wedding flowers with a little highlight of yellow from the cute little daisies.  
Pretty bouquets, corsages,  daisy wrist corsages, natural tied buttonholes all within the same theme, and   country jugs which the bride hired from us, filled with lovely scented informal flowers for centrepieces. We have provided lots of yummy country style flowers this year for both vintage and rustic themed weddings. Make sure you check out the rest of the blog of piccies xx

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Marquee Wedding At Thrumpton Hall

Another very pretty wedding to show you..... fluffy white hydrangeas and pale pink roses were the focal flowers in Jennys bank holiday wedding. Always a very soft pretty combination, when teamed with the silverware she hired from us created a very glamourous look in the marquee at Thrumpton Hall.... 

Jennys pretty bridal bouquet - nice and full filled with hydrangeas and Keira rose

Full and fluffy hydrangeas for the bridesmaids

The church....
Jenny hired our grand silver urns and plinths, which we filled with 2 large ( and very heavy!) pedestal arrangements which framed the top of the aisle. ( thankyou to West Hallam church for being so helpful and accomodating)

Lovely wired hearts of gypsophlia that we made for the 4 pillar in the church

The venue - Thrumpton Hall
Lovely arrangements in our mirror cubes for the top table, which were complemented by our distressed silver tealight holders. In some we placed rose heads, some little tealights . 

For the centrepieces, half of the tables had our floral displays, and the other half had silver hurricane vases, to break the space up a little. Hope you agree that the venue looked simply stunning.

And finally lovely large arrangements of flowers in the urns which are in position at the venue.

We love it, hope you to do. Congratulations to our lovely bride and groom xx  

Tuesday, 4 September 2012

Pretty Pretty Pretty

Now that the wedding season is starting to slow down a little, I am hoping to update the blog over the next few weeks with lots and lots of pretty images for you, starting off with these lovelies which we made for Lucy early last month. Our brief was a mixture of pastels and white, very pretty and femine. We think the bouquet suited Lucys dress perfectly, and we loved the little posies of spray roses and gyp for the little ones. 
Hair flowers have been an upcoming trend this year, which i hope continues into next year, as i love them. For the brides hair we wired little spray roses, and for the little bridesmaids sweet little headcirclets. I love using spray roses for wired work as they dry out nicely over time, so are lovely keepsakes for providing memories after the big day xx