Victoria and Mario got married on Saturday 21st September with the ceremony and reception taking place at Hautbois Hall, Victoria wanted the flowers to be in soft nude, palest blush and champagne tones with subtle powder blue toned foliages mixed through the flowers creating a natural, informal style.
The bridal bouquet was in stunning all neutral shades with flowers including `Avalanche’, ‘Vendela’ and Ga O’Hara’ roses, some chalk white ‘Snowflake’ spray roses, double white ‘Lisianthus’, with ‘Mimosa’ and ‘Eucalyptus’ foliages peeking out amongst the blooms.
The bridesmaids were blush pinks, nudes with hints of neutral shades mixed through they had beautiful ‘Quicksand’ roses, palest pink ‘Bombastic’ spray roses, highly scented ‘Ga O’Hara’ roses, blush pink mini ‘Protea’ with subtle toned foliages dotted through. The buttonholes were a single nude toned ‘Quicksand’ rose backed with ‘Eucalypts’ and ‘Mimosa’ foliages for a classic, sophisticated look.
The long and low design for the ceremony had a lovely natural style full of gorgeous blooms in neutral, nudes and pale pink shades with the flowers arranged on slightly different levels for a stunning relaxed look. The table flowers were a couple of jars placed on a wood slice in the centre of each guest table, full of blooms matching in with the rest of the wedding flowers. Victoria and Mario then had a cake made from cheese which I then decorated with fresh flowers and fruit, for a beautiful, informal look.