We stylised this December wedding with winter blooms in white, pale yellows and greens palette, with chrysanthemums, roses, carnations and eucalyptus arranged on large round tables in the picturesque One Great George Street Ballroom.
Our first point of contact with the bride was through email, when we received a brief that included several Pinterest pictures and a very thorough description of the bride's likes and dislikes. Least to say, we were impressed with the fine choice of the photography! After a quick phone call we met up in a cafe to discuss the floral decorations in details for this winter wedding! Nothing beats a good cup of coffee during a good old brainstorming session!
The bride's focus was on monochromatic look of the flower arrangements. We avoided using minimal colours and paid close attention to whites and blacks only as the celebration was a formal black and white wedding. It gave us enough information and inspiration to create unique flower arrangements.
After our research we proposed chrysanthemums. You're seeing here two special winter varieties, including a British grown pom-pom chrysanthemum, the always-fashionable roses, ranunculus, anemones, carnations and eucalyptus.
Through our collaboration with the bride and thorough research we sourced this special gold effect mirrored vases. These were complemented with shimmering tea lights and blooms sourced from local growers, specifically for this winter wedding.
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