Thursday, 19 January 2012

A bank holiday wedding

Having got waylaid over the last few months, I hope to now finish posting 2011 weddings.

This is Hailey and Keith's wedding from August bank holiday weekend. They were a fantastic couple who had great ideas about their flowers but who ultimately left it to me to fulfil their wishes.
The bridal bouquet was of a hand-tied design with lots of lovely summer flowers which included freesia, eustoma, veronica, roses, agapanthus, spray roses and lavender. These together with eucalyptus made for a very scented bouquet.

As the bridesmaids wore teal dresses it was decided to have an array of colours toning in from pinks to purples with added white.
The three bridesmaids all carried a similar bouquet to the bride but smaller in size.
The groom wore a white rose with freesia and agapanthus and eucalyptus leaves which unfortunately we didn't have time to photograph.
This is one of two buttonholes that the best man and father of the bride wore. A single rose with agapanthus florets.
The mum's each wore a corsage of a white rose and freesias with eucalyptus, tree fern and lavender foliage.
Other favoured guests were presented with a single white rose buttonhole.

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