This Summer we designed a beautiful white wedding for a beautiful summer bride.
The bride wanted her bouquet to be a tightly domed posy in white, so we decided to use ‘Avalanche’ roses, spray roses, freesia, baby’s breath – coming back into fashion! – and a lovely soft green pittosporum to bring it all together; we then finished the design with a trailing ivory ribbon tied into a bow.
3The bridesmaid held a slightly smaller design, and the flower girl an even smaller design still; the buttonholes were a mixture of freesia and foliage or a rose-head and foliage, with the groom wearing one with a little bit of everything!
For the church we created an elegant altar display using white hydrangea, delphinium, lisianthus, roses, spray roses, baby’s breath, pittosporum, and cocculus – a very shiny 7green foliage.
The ivory white flowers worked beautifully together. A timeless classic; all-white arrangements will never go out of fashion. All-white flowers arrangements can be highlighted with a colourful ribbon and even be decorated with jewellery. The avalnahce oses were mixed with delicate lisianthus and scented freesias, minimal foliage was used and the stems were tied with white satin ribbon. The bride was blessed with a beautiful warm summers day and we hoped that she loved her wedding flowers.