Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Pink white and yellow wedding flowers

Rachael's colourful wedding based on the colours of a beach hut.
When I first spoke to Rachael she admitted she really wasn't that keen on flowers and didn't want many on her wedding day but had been told she must carry something and what could I advise.
Bringing a photo of a fabulous beach hut, all in pinks, yellows and greens, with her we decided to keep everything simple and use less flowers but in a colour that would stand out.
A gorgeously simple hand-tie of 4 cerise pink gerberas and 3 white anastasia chrysants surrounded by a collar of dark green aspidistra leaves, tied with matching pink satin ribbon was chosen for Rachael to carry.
Her two bridesmaids each had a lovely silver wand with a matching pink germini and ribbon trails.
The two Mothers had a similar corsage, one with white roses, the other with yellow.
The men of the bridal party had an assortment of germini to choose from, pink, yellow and white.

This was the display for the registrars table at Washingborough Hall Hotel. Again keeping with the colour scheme and just the 3 types of flowers, Gerbera, Germini and Anastasia, with aspidistra leaves all arranged in a glass cube.
This shows what can be achieved on a small budget for a bride who isn't into flowers. This was a fun wedding to do with a colour scheme which normally wouldn't be used but was personal to the bride.

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