Monday, 13 August 2012

Ivory and purple bridal flowers

 Emma's colour scheme was ivory and purple. The best purple flower is eustoma and so this is where we started with the flowers. Emma decided on a hand-tied design and loved a similar design I had made previously with all roses and foliage. We kept on the same design with ivory roses, purple eustoma and gyp with a little tree fern and salal as a collar.
 The stems were bound with foliage with thin ivory ribbon pinned around to add to the design.
 The two adult bridesmaids carried a similar style bouquet but with just the roses and gyp to stand out agains.
 The younger bridesmaid carried a smaller version of the brides.
 The flower girl carried a silver heart wand with a couple of purple eustoma and a sprig of gyp.
The groom wore a buttonhole of an ivory rose, gyp and eustoma buds.

The rest of the bridal party wore single ivory rose buttonholes.

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