Wednesday, 28 July 2010

St Peter-at-Gowts

St Peter-at-Gowts church was the venue for Zoey's wedding on Saturday. We were asked to use flowers to match her colours, blue and white, and to use roses on the pew ends, but other than that it was up to us.
For the pedestal we used some gorgeous blue delphiniums and agapanthus and white carnations, alstoemeria, chrysants and gyp with various foliage.
The aisle was dressed to halfway as this was a smallish wedding compared to the size of the church.
An individual pew end. A simple yet very effective way of dressing the pews. 3 White Avalanche roses with bear grass tied together with a white organza bow, attached to the pew with royal blue ribbon.
The porchway had a modern pedestal design of tall blue delphinium, agapanthus, white carnations and button chrysants. Aspidistra leaves and fatsia leaves with green sisal finish off the design. All arranged on one of our new tall vases.
The door way to the church already looked very pretty with tubs of summer bedding plants but to add some height we added 2 of our baytrees either side of the door.
All these items were transferred to the Pyewipe for the reception.

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