Back into flowers…..The first 4am alarm of the year wasn’t fun, and crikey is the studio cold!! But being back working (playing!!!) with flowers is where I should be!! So today I’ve been making up some rustic handtied bouquets with Roses, Anastasia Blooms, Tulips, Thelspie, Crespedia, Veronica and all sorts of lovely foliages. Some lovely bright colour’s to warn off those January Blues!! And Tulips just remind me that Spring is on it’s way!!
What’s your favourite sign that Spring is coming?
Today I bring you some images from the beautiful wedding of Liz and Neil.
Liz’s rustic style hand tied bouquet of Avalanche Roses, Veronica, Lisianthus and Hypericum looked fantastic against her ivory gown. The wedding was held at Oxenhope Parish Church and we filled galvanised buckets with blue hydrangea and a mixture of garden style flowers and foliage which were displayed along the aisle.
Vases of Gladioli, Eucalyptus and Avalanche roses framed the alter during the ceremony and were moved across to Houldsworth House, Halifax – to decorate the room whilst guests enjoyed the wedding breakfast and evening reception.
Tall vases filled with contorted Willow looked magical in the centre of each table and lit up with fairy lights for the evening party. Mirrored plates, tealights and teal scatter crystals complimented the matching teal chair bows and ribbons tied to the favours. Cute cookie cutters (for women) and traditional whisky miniatures (for men). Rustic hearts and ginger bread table numbers added the personal finishing touches that made this elegant rustic wedding a very lovely affair!