A while back I posted a blog about winter florals, I mentioned how at Christmas I try to steer clear of clichéd colour schemes, preferring to focus on the wedding celebration itself. With this in mind, it gives me such pleasure to share some beautiful photographs of a wedding I arranged the flowers for just five days before Christmas.
A muted colour palette with a single shade of dusty lilac rose added a subtle hue to an otherwise all-white floral palette. Layers of texture in the form of gypsophilia, flowering viburnum, wax flower, cymbiduims and little delicate spray roses made this look for me - particularly so in Rosalynde’s bridal bouquet.
So, without further ado, I offer a tiny glimpse of Rosalynde and Jo's winter wedding. I'd like to thank Neale James for his photographic mastery - particularly in capturing the winter light so exquisitely and not least my thanks to the gorgeous Rosalynde who chose The White Horse Flower Company to interpret her floral vision, a fitting finale to 2013.
The image above is one of my own (you can propbably tell)!