Friday, 3 February 2012

Dreaming of Blue.

Friday 2nd September, I had the pleasure of arranging the flowers for Sarah and Danny's Wedding at the Beautiful Bradbourne House.

The very sweet Bride Sarah and her Very Cheeky Groom Danny had choosen blue as the colour scheme, but not one shade- the whole palette from ice blue to navy blue. The couple wanted a glam- american rat pack style vibe with lots of tullie, bows, bountiful roses and centrepieces and a real bang of a wedding! along with the romance factor of course.

The Brideal flowers were understated but really classic and beautiful, masses of white roses and scented silver blue eucalyptus foliage.

The Bridesmaids wore dreeses in each shade of blue (made by the Grooms Mum! very clever Lady) they had oodles of white netting under the skirts for full effect and the back was finished with a large bow.

About 10 am it was already 25 degrees the sky was playing along today for the colour scheme...

Sharon the Wedding co ordinator at Bradbourne had set the ceremony scene at the back of the House. I then attached small cream buckets with blue hydrangeas onto the sides f the chairs to create a pretty aisle.

I had also created bespoke rose petal cones for the lucky guests on the end of each row to throw as the couple came back down the aisle.

Inside the dining room was set and dressed with show stopping centrepeices in martini vases. The powder blue hydrangeas complemented the decor perfectly. I had also used heavily scented white roses to fill the air with perfume.

The top table was dressed with matching mini martini's as I like to call them. SO CUTE

The pretty cake made by a very talented Wedding Guest

The girls nerviously waited for the wedding march around to the ceremony. They went traditonally the USA way- Bridesmaids first.

And so it began.....

And She said "I DO"

A sneaky kiss while nobody was looking...

Then off to celebrate and dance the night away.

The happy Couple Mr and Mrs Garaway....Happy ever after. X

Some of these photographers were provided by Tom Gold Wedding Photographer, London

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