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budded-wedding-flowers Pomanders with ivory ribbon Guest tables The bouquets also had astrantia, bouvardia, gypsophila and eucalyptus
From Vanessa:
"I love designing both modern and traditional wedding flowers, and have lots of ideas to help get you started. I'm keen to work with brides to make sure you get your dream flowers within your budget - no matter how big or small!"

Louise and Julian’s ceremony took place at St Stephens church in Dulwich, with the reception held in the beautiful function rooms of the Trafalgar Tavern, overlooking the Thames.

Louise wanted her flowers traditional and pretty, using lots of roses and gypsophila. Her Bridal bouquet had a bright feel using gold and cream roses, while the bridesmaid’s were softer using lemon and cream roses. Yellow Freesia, cream Lisianthus and Santini were used alongside.

Julian wore a yellow rose buttonhole to complement Louise’s bouquet, and the remaining buttonholes and corsages were made from cream roses and greenery.

St Stephens Church was dressed with yellow and white pew ends with trailing Ivy, and an altar arrangement featured a pretty mix with bright yellow Gerberas.

The stunning Reception rooms could take a bolder choice of flowers, with the overall look to be relaxed and romantic. The head table featured 3 separate arrangements with yellow Gerberas and trailing Ivy, while the guest tables held a romantic hand tied bouquet with a mix of traditional flowers and greenery in a glass vase.

A mantelpiece above the cake held a modern arrangement similar to the head table, and arrangements were placed in 2 separate alcoves with groups of church candles. The cake was decorated with yellow roses featured in the Bridal bouquet.

Photography by Alex Mac Photography – as featured on our Recommended page!