Yes, it’s that time of the week already – Wedding Wednesday!
This week we are featuring the gorgeous wedding of Hannah & Aldrino Rodrigues (what a name,I love it!), which took place on 6th April 2013 at Leez Priory.
As you well know, flowers are often a big part of a wedding, from the bouquet, confetti, centre pieces, flower girls – you get the idea. So, we couldn’t wait to share this feature with you as it has a special focus on flowers. We were lucky enough to speak to Jill of Red Magnolia who created beautiful flowers for Hannah & Aldrino’s day and she kindly told us all about it.
So sit back, relax and enjoy…
“After months of cold, snowy weather, the sun certainly picked a perfect day on Saturday 6th April to make its long awaited appearance. I couldn’t be more thrilled for the bride Hannah when I saw the sun shining at Leez Priory after all the months and months of planning and her hard work in personally hand making elements for her wedding day, she has been blessed with the perfect weather for her big day”
“I met Hannah early January and she had lots of ideas of her wedding flowers and we discussed many designs and varieties of flowers that would perfectly compliment her colour theme. I introduced Hannah to two special variety of roses which I believed would look amazing for her wedding day”
“Amnesia rose is a beautiful antique style rose with its unique lavender, beige and green tone. The Piano rose is one of my personal favourite roses, this simply stunning English Garden rose is certainly a show stopper and the bridal variety has a delicate blush pink tone”
“These beautiful Amnesia roses were chosen for five male & two lady buttonholes complemented with cluster of gypsophila ‘million stars’ and baby blue foliage”“Leez Priory at Great leighs, Chelmsford is a beautiful Tudor mansion set in 40 acres of parkland. This stunning wedding venue was the perfect setting for Hannah & Aldrino’s big day & was a pleasure to create table arrangements and pedestal designs for this venue”
“The table arrangement consisted of a collection of quirky jars, decorated with lace, ribbon and filled with a mixture of selected flowers of Amnesia, Sweet Avalanche and Avalanche roses, Piano Roses, ivory Sweet Peas, cream wax flowers, pink Astible, gypsophila, small clusters of green Viburnum and baby blue foliage”“Two triangle pedestal arrangements greeted the guests at the grand entrance to Leez Priory”Have you found your dream florist for your day? What type of flowers will you go for? Wild, country style, roses or are you having a button bouquet?Thank you to Jill of Red Magnolia for sharing these photographs of Hannah and Aldrino’s wedding flowers.We wish them lots of happiness.Until next time xx