Whichever way you spell it, white & green is ideal for weddings. We had the pleasure to create the floral arrangement for Deirdre’s wedding in April. They say that a picture can speak a thousands words..
The church pedestal arrangements were large domes of Avalanche roses, campanulas, stocks, scented lilac, snapdragons, lisianthus and viburnum and seasonal foliage.
Three traditional ivory church pillar candles were complemented by long trails of eucalyptus and asparagus and included roses, lisianthus, viburnum blooms, bouvardia, phlox, campanulas and lilac.
Single roses with soft asparagus trails and ivory satin ribbons were attached to the pew end to give the church a unified look and to draw one’s eyes to the altar.
The bridal bouquet was a stylish dome of white and green blooms with a satin handle and pearl detail bow.
The bridesmaids and the flower girls carried sweet posies of baby’s breath blooms. The bridal party was complete with simple clusters of baby’s breath buttonholes and lisianthus corsages. And what could be a lovelier way to say ‘Thank you, Mum’ than a bouquet of flowers made with the wedding blooms!