Peony, roses and freesias are a fabulous wedding flower combination. Not only do they look stunning they also smell beautiful. Here you can see how I used them to create Steph and Emmanuel’s wedding flowers.
For Steph’s handtied posy bouquet I used the blush pink Avalanche roses with ivory peonies and freesias to give a really subtle hint of colour. See more examples of our pastel blush wedding flowers.
The bridesmaids posies were made as smaller versions of the brides bouquet but with white Avalanche roses. They looked stunning against the silver grey bridesmaids dresses. The three images above have kindly been given to me by Jo Hastings Photography.
For the church and wedding reception flowers I added beautiful large white hydrangeas, cream and pale pink stocks and silver grey eucalyptus leaves. Above you can see the couple’s top table arrangement and below the low wedding centrepieces.
Steph and Emmanuel had clear ideas of the look and style of wedding flowers they wanted for the marquee at Wethele Manor. I loved their idea of creating the herb bunches for the side of the brides and Groom’s chairs (photo above on the right).
I always work closely with couples to create the exact style and look of wedding flowers they want as they are such a special element of the wedding decorations. Please contact me to discuss your wedding flower ideas.
Cindy is a professional wedding florist, with the experience of working on 100's of wedding throughout Warwickshire and the Midlands. Find out more here