Monday, September 27, 2010

Elegant vintage pinks for Nina and Curt

Nina and Curt married in May, with Nina carrying a stunning vintage inspired bouquet in shades of pink and Curt wearing an elegant Sweet Avalanche rose buttonhole to tie in with the bridal bouquet. Nina's four bridesmaids carried stunning bouquets of ivory and white roses and seasonal flowers.

Meeting with Nina was lovely, she showed me lots of things that she loved, in particular the very delicate David Austin Roses that we used in her bouquet, across the bridal party, in the candelabra and on the registrar table which was a blousy grouping of stunning roses, phlox and delicate gypsophila.

It was fantastic to work on their beautiful wedding and I'm delighted to share it with you. Big congratulations to Nina and Curt xx

Nina's gorgeous bouquet reflected the pretty Cherry Blossom trees that were in flower at the time. They were almost like confetti falling specially for the day!

A beautiful, cascading long and low design containing Sweet Avalanche roses, David Austin Roses and stocks among other lovely flowers.

We visited the Palace Hotel in advance of the wedding to measure up their candelabra to decorate them on Nina's behalf. They do look fabulous in their gorgeous flowers!

A close up of the registrar long and low which looks amazing and works perfectly with the vintage inspiration. I think I may try an grow a David Austin Rose in my garden! x

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