Friday, 31 January 2014

Lianne and Joe, lots and lots of pretty things

Back in May, I had the pleasure of arranging the flowers for Lianne and Joe's Wedding at Turkey Mill, Maidstone. I met Lianne over a year prior to their Wedding and the plans defiantly evolved through that time, from a change of colour and styling!

The theme in the end was a navy colour running through the day, with Bridesmaids dresses, ties and chair sashes, but Lianne wanted a softer, Lacey and very pretty look to compliment it- so we added lots of blush pink, champagne and warmer pink tones? With here favourite flower being peonies, I made these a focal point in her bouquet, which was teamed with sweet avalanche roses, spray rosebuds, lisianthus and white lilac. I really loved the detail of bringing the lace from Lianne's gorgeous fishtail dress through to the stems on her bouquet, and navy satin on the girls.

The showcase for me at this wedding was the stunning feature of running gypsophila across the length of the Bridge where Lianne would start her walk to meet Joe. It looked amazing! And well worth the time when you see the beautiful pictures.

For the reception, I arranged full domes of scented flowers on candelabras with crystal details hanging from the arms for a touch of extra sparkle! The top table was in the middle of the room and had an extra ring of flowers around the base. Gorgeous!

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