Thursday, 16 August 2012

A peacock inspired wedding

 Sarah and Dan's wedding was a colourful affair based on the gorgeous jewelled tones of the peacock feather. These HAD to be incorporated into all the designs. The flowers being included were largely left to me to get the best blooms available at the time as long as they stayed in the blue/purple/pink palette
Sarah's bouquet was a mix of purple lisianthus, freesia, stocks, alliums, Ocean song roses, Blue delphiniums and pink astilbe with a good amount of peacock eye feathers in. The stems were bound in purple ribbon and pinned with blue pearl headed pins..
 The two adult bridesmaids carried a very similar but smaller bouquet.
 The smaller bridesmaid carried a smaller still bouquet,
 and the flower girl carried a silver heart wand with purple lisianthus flowers, lilac ribbon and bows with the all important peacock eye feathers.
 The groom's buttonhole was a collection of an Ocean song rose, purple freesia and lisianthus and a peacock feather.
 The rest of the bridal party wore a single Ocean song rose buttonhole with feather.
A lovely wrist corsage with an Ocean song rose, freesia, lisianthus, delphiniums and feathers.

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