Saturday, 15 August 2009

Blue and white wedding flowers

The ceremony took place at St Oswalds church Blankney. We were asked to arrange 2 pedestals, 2 displays for the tables, and an archway for the Lyche gate. As the budget was finalised it became clear a full flower garland was out of the question and so an alternative was put forward of white gerberas and blue bows for the archway and a baytree either side the gate decorated in colours to match which could then be transported to the reception.

These are the flowers from Natascha and Matt's wedding last Saturday.

The brides hand-tie bouquet consists of crystal blush calla lily, lily grass and bear grass threaded with crystal beads, finished with white satin ribbon.

The bridesmaids hand-tie bouquets were of crystal blush calla lily, blue delphiniums, bear grass with beaded crystals and they had white ribbon around the stems (photo taken before finished off).

The flower girl had a silver wand, with crystals attached, with a white carnation and finished off with blue ribbon.

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