Friday, 10 August 2012

White Calla lilies and Gerberas

 Back we go to the start of the wedding season. Our first bride was on Mothering Sunday, not a day we generally agree to do weddings but Hayley wanted simple designs for her and her maids with a few buttonholes so we agreed.
Hayley's bouquet was a mass of white calla lilies with aspidistra leaves curled around them with the stems bound with another leaf and pinned with pearl headed pins.
 The five bridesmaids each carried an overarm bouquet of six white gerberas with aspidistra leaves, to tie in with the brides flowers, and bear grass. The stems were bound with white satin ribbon.
The groom wore a white calla lily buttonhole with curled aspidistra strips and bear grass while the grooms-men each wore a single white germini buttonhole.

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