Saturday, 19 September 2009

White and Mocha wedding flowers

After an extremely busy week it is time to catch up on what has been going on.
Ashleigh's wedding was on Friday and the reception was at Washingborough Hall.
The brides teardrop bouquet consisted of Akito roses, white freesia, soft ruscus and bear grass with noisette verdi roses bringing in the accent colour.
Her 3 bridesmaids had hand-ties of Akito roses and bear grass loops finished of with ivory ribbon round the stems.
The flower girl was given a gold wand to carry, that had an akito rose and gyp cluster with an ivory bow to finish.
We also arranged the buttonholes for the bridal party.

The table arrangements (4) at Washingborough Hall were traditional style posies of white and ivory Alstromeria, Carnations, Astilbe, Freesia, Roses and Delianne with a couple of mocha anastasia chrysants to add some colour.

The hired bay trees were dressed in ivory roses with a mocha ribbon and bow and white and mocha finish round the pots. As it was a sunny afternoon they were stood outside the entrance to greet the happy couple on their arrival.

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