Pink Wedding Flowers, by London florist Todich Floral Design
Our lovely bride wanted pinks and purple and lots of beautifully scented jasmine, so that’s exactly what we gave her. Her bouquet was a vibrant pop of fuchsia peonies, accented with jasmine and a trail of Italian variegated ivy; they really made an impact against the soft pinks of her sari.
We designed a large pedestal for the entrance to the bar to wow the guests as they came in;
In the Spanish Gardens we created a beautiful swag to hang along the top of their gazebo using hydrangeas in varying shades of pinks, burgundy gladioli, and more of the trailing ivy and pittosporum. In the Tudor Gardens Sarah wanted wild domes of flowers to continue the aesthetic of the flowers already planted there, so we used peonies, hydrangea, and lots of foliage for the centre of each table, with jasmine spilling every which way, and they were placed on little mats of grass to really emphasise the English garden look! And then to set off the romantic nature of the gardens – and the day! – We draped garlands of ivy and carnations around the ribs of the umbrellas and across the buffet tables; I thought that the ‘Antigua’ carnations in particular were so beautiful!
And then in all the gardens, including the English Woodland which is where the flamingos and ducks reside, we dotted little vases of hydrangea and peonies which added little splashes of colours against all the green.This entry was posted on Monday, July 29th, 2013 at 3:10 pm and is filed under Flowers, July Wedding Flowers, summer, Wedding Flowers, Weddings. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.