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Our First January Wedding

Our first wedding of the New Year was held on January 12th in Central London. The happy couple contacted us through our website and requested a consultation with one of our designers to arrange their wedding flowers.

Open to any floral ideas put their way; the couple allowed us to create more imaginative and unique designs especially for their wedding day.

The bride’s favourite flower is ranunculus and she wished for this to be included within the designs, both the bride and groom wanted a hint of blue to be added within the arrangements too.

The bride was going to be wearing a classic white strapless dress and the chosen venue was of a traditional décor. Our consultant felt that traditional flowers created into a modern English design would be perfect for their wedding day.

The bridal bouquet was in a posy style and was designed to match with the lace wedding dress, the key colour was white with small touches of pinks and blues, we included white ranunculus, dainty pink spray roses, and scented blue muscari, we then finished the design with white satin ribbon and decorative pearl pins.

The two bridesmaids wore a deep cerise coloured dress and the bouquets included dark pink roses, pretty pink ranunuculus and seasonal foliage, we finished the bouquets with dark pink satin ribbon and decorative pearl pins.

For the maid of honour we designed a delicate floral wrist corsage that matched the same flowers as both the bridal and bridesmaids bouquets, the arrangement consisted of deep pink roses, spray roses and scented muscari, we then finished the design with a trailing cerise bow.

For the grooms boutonniere we included a mix of pinks, blues and white within the design, the couple wished for the remaining buttonholes and corsages to all be made with roses, ranunculus and scented muscari so that they matched with the other wedding arrangements.

The wedding ceremony was held at Our Lady’s Church in NW8 London, We designed six simple pew end arrangements which included a single pink rose, pink spray roses, white ranunuculus and scented muscari

The idea behind the pew ends was to create something simple that matched the overall designs of the wedding flowers, the pew end arrangements were made with scented eucalyptus leaves and muscari, we wanted the guests to be able to smell the beautiful scent of the flowers when they entered the church, says head wedding consultant Laura Fisher.

The reception was held at Dartmouth House, London , an elegant mansion in the heart of London’s Mayfair.

The bride and groom requested to have classic and simple floral displays for the reception.  The eight table arrangements consisted of scented white oriental lilies with hints of blue muscari; the flowers were stylistically arranged into fishbowl vases and were placed at the centre of each table.


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