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Yay!! Lisianthus is back in season, how I’ve missed it. Its such a pretty alternative to a rose and a nice substitute for Peonies for the 9 months of the year that they aren’t around.
They come in beautiful shades, whites, creams, greens, lilacs, purples, and pinks and they last beautifully.
The first cream/white ones of the season found their way into these lovely arrangements for one of our December Brides. The bouquets feature lisianthus buds and blooms, with soft dusky pink “something special” roses, and cream “vendela” roses, bound in ivory satin.
The buttonhole’s feature soft dusky pink “something special” roses, with lisianthus buds and ruscus foliage, bound in ivory satin.
I’ve been looking forward to creating the flowers for Theresa and Sam’s beautiful wedding for months. Theresa brought me a beautiful palette and collection of lovely details so it was a pleasure to create something to compliment their beautiful aesthetic.
Peonies were the obvious choice for Theresa, these stunning cream ones look like lace with their ruffly petals.
The bridesmaids were wearing a gorgeous pale coffee shade so we used the exquisite rose varieties ‘metalina’ and ‘something special’ to accentuate the colour
Sam wore a cream rose to match Theresa’s bouquet and the Groomsmen wore coffee roses to match the bridesmaid’s flowers.
The Mothers and fathers wore simple and elegant cream roses.