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Maxine's Winter Wedding Flowers, New Place, Shirrell Heath

A very pretty late autumn / winter scheme in champagnes, blush pink, white and sage green. This was a mid November wedding at New Place in Shirrell Heath and there are some lovely ideas for winter weddings here.  

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Maxine's bouquet - Champagne roses, blush spray roses, white ranunculus, anemone, bouvardia and astilbe with a

little green skimmia and a touch of tree fern at the edges makes a very pretty, textured bouquet. The tree fern and

astilbe give it a light feathery feel perfect for Maxine's dress with it's full tulle skirt.

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Groom's buttonhole of white rose, anemone and bouvardia with vintage style foliages and the mums wore corsages

of white ranunculus and bouvardia. Both designs follow the look of the bridal bouquet

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A pretty mix of gypsophila and white bouvardia make gorgeous bouquets for the bridesmaids. 

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A floral wreath around a storm lantern with church candle makes a gorgeous low centrepiece for an autumn/winter

wedding. Maxine's in champagne, blush and sage green uses roses, spray roses, anemones, lisianthus, skimmia and

gypsophila with mixed vintage toned foliages that tone perfectly with the sage green chair sashes.

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The top table was a linear version of the centrepieces, long and low sections of wedding themed flowers and foliages

sit between storm lanterns containing church candles.

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Simple floral arch at New Place uses mixed foliages with fairy lights and white gypsophila running through. In the

low light of a late afternoon November wedding the fairy lights create a majical effect,  very simple but gorgeous

for a winter wedding.

 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Maxine for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers

for you, I love a winter wedding and it was an absolute pleasure to work on this one for you.