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Mocha Roses Wedding – January 2013

Our second wedding this year was held in London Mews of Mayfair on a very snowy January. The Mews of Mayfair is a sophisticated wedding venue that is tucked away in a historic courtyard in central London and boasts to offer a service that is second to none.

The bride and groom contacted us through our website and wished to meet one our our consultants to talk about their wedding flowers for their special day.

The colour theme for their wedding was ‘Mocha’ and ‘Cream’, they loved roses and requested for them to be added within the designs. The brides dress was an ivory cream colour and the groom wore a traditional black suit.

Our head wedding consultant ‘Laura Fisher’ suggested creating a bridal bouquet that included a varitety of different tones, from deep soft browns to creams, the bouquet would include 6 different shades of roses which would looks stunning up against the bridal dress.  ‘Coffee Break’, ‘Combo Rose’, ‘Metalina’, and ‘quicksand’ were just a few of the rose varieties added into the design. We finished the bouquet with strands of ivory pearls and satin ribbon with delicate pearl pins.

The bridesmaid’s wristlet was of a simple floral design on a pretty pearl braclet, a light mocha coloured rose was arranged amongst light peach spray roses and sprigs of seasonal foliage, the design was finished with ivory satin ribbon to match with the bridal bouquet.


The groom wished for us to include a single cream rose for his boutonniere , our designer added a scented white freesia and a soft peach spray rose so that the boutonierre matched with the other floral designs.

For the guests, we created four buttonholes and two corsages that featured cream roses with a hint of soft brown and peach tones, the designs were styled to match with the shades of the other wedding arrangements.

The bride and groom wanted table displays for the reception, the venue had a mix of round and rectangular tables and the bride initially wanted the brown wooden tables to be exposed. Our consultant expressed that the use of white linen table cloths could off-set the colours used in the arrangements and the designs could be placed in white square vases for a more classic look.

The table displays included a combination five different shades of roses; the flowers were placed into either a white square vase or a round fishbowl vase. We designed the arrangements to match the bridal bouquet.

Brides Comment – 19.01.2013

I just got back to the hotel and writing you this email straight away, I can’t thank you enough for making our day so special! You did a GREAT job and truly beautiful flower arrangements!

You are so so special and super professional! Cant find the right words to describe how amazing the flowers looked, just wanna thank you again!) Xxx

If you would like us to provide flowers for yourself for an upcoming wedding then please do not hesitate to get in touch, we would be happy to book a free consultation with you and talk you through any ideas that you have in mind.

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