Thursday, 29 July 2010

White Wedding Flowers

This is our 3Rd and final wedding from Saturday.
Hannah initially got in touch via e-mail through this blog to enquire about us being involved with her wedding. As she lives away most of the correspondence was done via e-mail and the phone. Pictures and ideas were sent, thought about and eventually we came up with the ideas below.
Hannah's bouquet was a trailing posy of white and ivory flowers. These were oriental lily, freesia, veronica, eustoma and maroussia roses with various foliage. The trailing part was simply strands of bear grass.
Her four maids carried an overarm style bouquet of 3 maroussia rose with aspidistra leaves and bear grass. The stems were completely bound in matching satin ribbon.
The flower girl carried a cute gold star wand decorated with a single akito rose with matching ribbon trails.
There were many buttonholes and corsages for this wedding;
A corsage to be attached to a small handbag of veronica, freesia, eustoma and a small sprig of gyp.
Two wrist corsages of a maroussia rose, freesia, eustoma, veronica and foliage on n ivory pearl wrist band.
A traditional corsage for a jacket lapel of the same flowers as the bag corsage.
The grooms buttonhole, in keeping with the brides bouquet, of a single maroussia rose and freesia florets.
1 of 2 single maroussia rose buttonholes.
3 double rose buttonholes of maroussia and avalanche roses.
1 of 5 single carnation buttonholes.

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