Alex and Isobel July 2014
Their Floral Style
A scrumptious mix of seasonal flowers in romantic dusky pinks and ivory for this lovely Bristol wedding. Isobel was clear from the start that she wanted an informal, natural look for her wedding flowers. Just what I love to create! With 9! bridesmaids Isobel decided to use the maids bouquets as the table centres for the reception after the ceremony. The loose, natural look of the bouquets meant they were perfect for both jobs.
and the lovely Bride made with Sweet Avalanche roses, Wizard of Oz dahlias, Astilbe, Astrantia, Scabious, Eupatorium, Spray Rose and beautiful dusky grey/green foliages including senecio and olive
Alex and Isobel chose classic Ivory rose buttonholes with dusky foliage
Lovely informal corsages in ivory and dusky pink
Isobels 9 Maids bouquets safely packed waiting for delivery
Floral Tips and Advice
Re-using your flowers throughout different parts of your day is such a good idea and is something I am always advising my brides and grooms to do. It means you can really make the most of them.
Alex and Isobel were married at St Mary Redcliff church in Bristol with the reception at M Shed.