Fay and Tony got married on the 23rd February with the ceremony and reception taking place at The Assembly House in Norwich, they wanted the flowers to be all neutral shades with subtle blue foliages worked through the blooms. The bridal bouquet had a stunning g natural style, it was made from double ‘Lisianthus’, ivory ‘Avalanche’ roses, white ‘Snowflake’ spray roses, warm champagne toned ‘Vendela’ roses, with pretty ‘Wax-flowers’, powder blue eucalyptus foliages to be mixed amongst the blooms.
The buttonholes were a single ‘Vendela’ rose, with a single double ‘Lisianthus’ head and pretty ‘Wax-flowers’ cuddled together at the base of the rose, with subtle blue toned foliages worked through. Fay and Tony had lots of little flower-girls they all had a floral crown made from cute small flower-heads including ‘Snowflake’ spray roses, ‘Lisianthus’ and ‘Wax-flowers’ with hints of foliages dotted through.
They then held a cute flower-wand made from a single ivory ‘Avalanche’ rose, with ‘Wax-flowers’ nestled in at the base of the rose with hints of eucalyptus to loosen the look. The ceremony table was decorated with a beautiful long and low design filled with gorgeous blooms linking in with the rest of the wedding flowers with lots of foliages rambling amongst the blooms for a lovely natural style.