Sunday, 3 April 2011

Roses and Pearls in the Summertime

Alas, the end of summer is upon us and the end of this hugely busy wedding season is around the corner.
Today I have a little respite in between the stack of emails I have just attended to and the prep for this weekends weddings Ive managed to steal a little time to go through some of the photos we shot from our summer weddings and get a few up here to show y'all.

This one was a beauty, Emma and Charles were planning their wedding from Australia, so in the months leading up to the big day we had a truck load of emails back and forth discussing ideas and concepts till we settled on the final look.... soft, pretty, muted pinks, apricots, creams, and pale greens.


The bridal bouquet was all open soft apricot/cream vendela roses, bound in ivory satin and pinned with pearls.


The bridesmaid's bouquets were open vendela roses and soft pink sweet avalanche roses, threaded through green hydrangea and bound in ivory satin.


The buttonholes and corsages were mixtures of the cream and pink roses with touches of foliage.



Here they are all boxed up for delivery...



Emma and Charles married at the historic Beaufords in Totara Park. On the tables we placed these torpedo vases with strings of pearls hanging through the centre and adorned with balls of green hydrangea, and cream, pink and soft apricot roses.






She was a beaut alright!

1 comment:

  1. sublimissime , magnifique !!!! i love this roses!!!

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