Real Wedding: Elegant ivory, champagne and blush wedding flowers
I loved working on these romantic summer garden wedding flower designs. The mix of flowers included roses, garden roses, peonies, hydrangea and ranunculus with eucalyptus, lambs ear and dusty miller greenery.
The professional wedding images included in this post are from Olegs and Rita Photography.
The bridal bouquet was a teardrop style with the extending greenery branches creating a more natural, informal look.
The Groom and groomsmen each had a matching buttonhole design which included shades of blush, ivory and champagne. The flower cluster is easily pinned on the jacket lapel. The buttonhole flowers are traditionally worn on the left side.
To co-ordinate with the bride's bouquet we made matching hand tied round bouquets.
As well as creating artificial wedding flower designs for the bridal party we also provided venue decorations for the wedding ceremony and reception.
Their stunning outdoor ceremony featured a beautiful wedding gazebo. To decorate the arched entrance way we designed a long faux flower garland of eucalyptus, peonies and roses.
For the ceremony table they had a long and low floral arrangement which was then used on the top table for the wedding breakfast.
To decorate each of the guest tables for the wedding breakfast they used ornate glass footed bowls featuring a beautiful silk flower arrangement.