A Floral Feast - all year round!
Seasonal blooms are just about our favourite element to plan with our couples. We know the summer months have so much to offer but, October right through to March is no poor relation!
Pour over these incredible floral flourishes from October to December!
1. A Warm raspberry king protea creates a central statement,with dusky pinks, wild foliage and hypericum berries bringing those autumnal vibes! The soft palette is super soft and dreamy!
2. Dried grasses, nostalgic 'Honesty' a pin head protea, leucadendron and autumn foliage with fresh nude roses. The combination of fresh and dried works beautifully in the autumn/winter months.
3. This oversized cascading Christmas wedding bouquet is bursting with hydrangeas, hypericum berries, lotus heads and dark red bloom chrysanthemums. For the foliage we used seasonal and scented conifer, cones, wild trailing ivy, berried eucalyptus and of course stems of mistletoe!
1. Esther /October 2019 2. Sadiye /November 2019 3. Hayley/ December 2019
Spring time brings with it a freshness of natural tonal greens and pure whites, the most subtle changes in colour, palest blush and pink to incredible bursts of colour. April & May are just beautiful months to get married!
1.To create a classic spring english garden feel we used , white peonies, trailing white jasmine white agapanthus with fresh seasonal foliage.
2. The large scale crescent shape in easy neutrals, combining peonies, roses 'love in a mist' and a protea, teamed with bold tonal leaves and grasses.
3. A Beautiful and romantic bouquet in warm peach, nude and blush. Lilac, heather, feathery astilbe, foxgloves, roses , peonies and our favourite, most delicate foliage - fountain grass created one of our highlights of 2019!
1. Hannah/April 2019 2. Emma/May 2019 3. Carla/ May 2019
Where do we start? We've narrowed it down to our 3 most favourite big bang bouquets!
1. Full on summer bouquets in June! We used: trailing pink peppercorn, antebellum in blush pink, white double lisianthus and eucalyptus, for added luxury we used pure silk hand dyed ribbons.
2. Delicate dusky pinks and heathers in late July were created using, Tubor roses, eucalyptus, lisianthus, heather, Monkshood and delicate greenery - alchemilla mollis.
3. Late summer bluebell tones and heather.... Agapanthus, hydrangea, delphiniums, cornflowers and thistles with touches of nude and blush warmed this otherwise cool palette.
1. Victoria / June2019 2. Natalie/July2019 3. Kirstie/August 2019