Thursday, 8 March 2012

Ivory, red and orange wedding flowers

These are Polly and Chris' flowers from their wedding back in November. The bridal bouquets were to be kept neutral with a hint of autumn.
Polly's hand-tied bouquet included ivory roses with dark red hypericum berries with bupleurum and salal leaves. The stems were part bound with ivory satin ribbon.
The two bridesmaids both carried a hand-tied bouquet of ivory roses, bupleurum and salal leaves.
The flower girl carried a miniature version.
The grooms buttonhole matched his brides flowers, being a single ivory rose with a few hypericum berries, bupleurum and salal leaves.
The mums each wore a rose and freesia corsage.
The rest of the bridal party were given a single ivory rose buttonhole to wear.
The table centres were a lovely vibrant mix of seasonal flowers in autumnal colours. They were arranged in a glass cylinder, available to hire, and included orange gerberas, red hypericum berries, carnations, ranunculus, deep red English chrysants, bupleurum and cotinus foliage.
Polly had asked for two of these for the top table, one at either end.
Guest table display.
The reception was held at The Dovecote, near Swinderby.
This is the marquee set up and ready for the arrival of the bride and groom.
Polly and Chris were kind enough to send the following a week or so after their wedding.

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