Thursday, 21 October 2010

Autumn Wedding at The Royal Geographical Society

We did a lovely autumnal wedding using all the best flowers of the autumn harvest. Our Bride flew into London from Singapore with the most gorgeous selection of singapore orchids which we worked into her wedding bouquet and bridal flowers. The Bride was a great flower lover and ha sent us a list of all the flowers she liked. She came down to the studio to put together the collection for her bridal flowers and so we had a really personal and unusual collection. That is the best thing about being a florist working with a continually changing palette and each event becomes totally unique as we interpret the wishes of the Bride on her special day!

Wedding Bouquet - The Singapore orchid were
brought over from Singapore as hand luggage

Hips, Dahlias, Tom Peace Xmum
and Physalis. Perfect for an autumn wedding.

Love this effect! 

Glass Urns for Pedestals

I love using crabapples and hips in vases
at this time of the year. The long Italian 
hips look great in metre tall vases on the centre
of dining tables.

Bridesmaids Bouquet - Our Bride loves
white Scabious and we managed to find a grower
in The Netherlands who still had enough flowers
to fill a bucket for us!

Dark Wow roses, Mango Callas and orange 
Euphorbia fulgens with rose hips.

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