I provided the bouquets in water as this couple were taking the arrangements from Edinburgh to Loch Lomond. I also provided wired roses and ivy so they could decorate candelabras at their venue. It's not often I get to use red flowers so it's a real treat to use the luscious Grand Prix roses. My photos aren't great quality but hopefully you can see that the roses worked really well with the peach roses, red carnations and thistle.
This is my current record number of bridesmaids bouquets - 7! The arrangements were made with Avalanche and Amnesia roses, thistle, waxflower and gypsophila. The bridesmaids' bouquets doubled up as table centres - they were placed in teapots that had been stacked on antique books.
The bridesmaid's bouquet is placed in the teapot, which is adorned with ivy and pearls.
This couple were married at Norton House, a popular wedding venue on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The bride carried a hand-tied bouquet of vendela roses and the bridesmaids and flower girls carried bouquets of pink and ivory roses. I made pedestal arrangements at the venue whilst an event company were dressing the chairs and putting up curtains. The room definitely had the wow factor.