Gypsohilia and Pink Rose Wedding and Venue Flowers at The Old School House in Weeford, Lichfield

Lyndsey and Jo got married at the gorgoeous School House in Weeford and we had the honour of creating her not only her wedding flowers but her wedding room and reception flowers too. Thier flowers were simple and elegant but a rustic feel – flowers used were gypsohilia and sweet avalanche pink roses.

Lyndsey and Jo’s wedding was an early wedding at 12 noon, this meant thatthe wedding flowers had to be delivered by 9am.

We delivered to the bride first and foremost, then off to the brides brother, then to the grandparents, then finally off to the venue to deliver the grooms buttonhole and set up the wedding room. Once trhe room was set we left to get a cuppa before coming back and removing the  flowers off the chairs to then place in jam jars that were scattered around the room. The brides mother had made a gypsohilia garland for around the cake but sadly it had withered as it was sent in the night before, luckily we had some spare gypsohilia so we added some fresh to cover up the wilted gypsohilia which made a huge difference.

THE FLOWERS.

THE BRIDE- Lyndsey had a simple rose and gypsohilia bouquet finished with a string and organza handle. Her bridesmaids dresses were a gorgeous nude colour so we opted for a palest pink rose of sweet avalanche mixed with gypsohilia.

 

 

 

 

The buttonholes were simply gypsohilia with string for the gents and an added organza bow for the ladies.

 

 

BRIDESMAIDS AND FLOWER GIRLS- the bridesmaids had hand tied bunches of gyp and hair combs, the flower girls had a pomander and hair bands with gypsohilia.

 

 

 

 

WEDDING ROOM- Her Wedding room was transformed with gypsohilia bunches and organza trails. Her registrar table was a gypsohilia flower bar with roses.

 

 

 

RECEPETION FLOWERS-The venue flowers were martini vases with gypsohilia. We re used the chair flowers and placed them into jam jars to use around the reception. CAKE -The cake flowers were a last minute things as the mother of the bride made a gypsohilia garlands but unfortunealty it had wilted so we came to the rescue and placed some more gypsohilia around the base and aslo added a few roses that we had left over.

 

 

 

 

We would like to say THANKYOU to Julie at the School House for being so accomadating and helpful as always and letting us do our thing whilst they were setting up too.

 

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