Posts Tagged ‘White and Green Wedding Flowers’
August 20, 2010
Friday, August 20th, 2010
A couple of weeks ago we were back to back with weddings and, this one was a real show stopper! This was high style for a very savvy pair of New Yorkers. White and green was the order of the day but NOT in the usual sense! The green came in the form of 1800 limes (that’s 300lbs!!!) but all the lifting and shifting was worth it.
Once we get the proper shots from Lloyd Dobbie we’ll show you the day in all it’s glory. In the meantime take a look at Lloyds blog for a taster.
June 9, 2010
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010
Last Saturday, which also happened to be one of the hottest days of the year, we were at London Zoo for a gorgeous summer wedding. On such a hot day, it was lovely to be working with some of our favourite summer flowers – peonies, hydrangea and delphinium in cool shades of white, cream and palest green.
The ceremony took place in the Mappin Pavillion, where a pair of simple and elegant white vase arrangements flanked the registrar’s table. To emphasise the aisle, we decorated the chairs with single white peonies and delicate ivy trails.
Following the ceremony, the very elegant wedding party had drinks on the terrace, and by this time the Zoo had closed so everything was wonderfully peaceful. The evening reception took place in the Prince Albert Suite, where the white and green theme continued with stylish arrangements of roses, hydrangea and peonies on tall champagne flute vases. The look was completed with tealights in sliver, mercuried holders.
With such a hot day, there is always the danger that delicate summer flowers could wilt but, we were delighted that everything looked so beautiful. A real testament to the quality of our wonderful suppliers at Covent Garden Market. Of course the proof is always in the pudding, so we can’t wait to see the images of the day captured by the wonderful Lloyd Dobbie.
May 12, 2010
Wednesday, May 12th, 2010
Following straight on from our previous cherry blossom extravaganza, we were soon off to The Walled Garden, in the ruins of Cowdray Park in West Sussex for the wedding of Gemma and Ben. Using a classic palette of white and green, this lovely design reflected the bride’s love of elegant informality for the day. White roses, snapdragons, sweet peas and ivy dressed wrought iron candle stands, candelabra and chair backs for the ceremony and reception in the Castle Room.
August 27, 2009
Thursday, August 27th, 2009
On our last post we showed you some of the beautiful photography by our good friend Lloyd Dobbie, of wedding flowers at Great Fosters. Lloyd has now sent more lovely images to us, which we are delighted to share with you. Enjoy!
August 11, 2009
Tuesday, August 11th, 2009
We wanted to share with you all a few of the pictures that our good friend, photographer Lloyd Dobbie took at the recent wedding of Rachel and Mark. Gloriously scented David Austin roses were the order of the day for this very romantic occasion, where both the church in Chiswick and the reception venue of Great Fosters near Windsor were a rose lovers paradise!The wonderfully atmospheric tithe barn was filled with scent and candlelight and the whole day was beautifully co-ordinated by wedding planner Kelly Chandler of The Bespoke Wedding Company. We don’t have all the pictures yet, but we’ll keep you posted as soon as we do!