Marie and Josh's Wedding
When Marie and Josh tied the knot at Worthing Dome they wanted flowers in lovely pastel hues to feature for their big autumn day - pinks, yellows, lilacs and whites as well as some deep purple for added impact.
Flower wise, we decided to work with peach 'Avalanche roses', pink spray roses, lemon Germini, September flower, freesia, Veronica, Lisianthus and Gypsophila.
Apart from Marie's glorious bouquet, she also had five bridesmaids with a mini version of her bouquet and two little flower girls who each carried a purple sprayed Gypsophila pomander. Lace and pastel ribbon trails created a dreamy backdrop against their dresses too.
The buttonholes for the boys featured lemon Germini and Gypsophila while the corsages for the two mums were all in white.
The top table was resplendent with two horizontal arrangements of a medley of the aforementioned flowers, again, with lace and ribbon trails.
The remaining tables looked fantastic with an array of bottles and vases on mirror plates filled to the brim with pretty flowers.
As Worthing Dome has such a wonderful view not only of the pier but also of the sea, I wanted to surprise the happy couple with a floral helter skelter for the catering area - hopefully they liked that!
As ever, a signature Floranina heart shaped arrangement for their prezzie table completed the floral extravaganza!
Here's wishing the happy couple all the very, very best for their future life together as husband and wife.
Just got back from our honeymoon in Cuba; was beautiful!
Thank you very much - all the flowers were amazing; it was honestly more than I expected; they were so beautiful!
When I get our professional photos I will send you a few so you can see 😊All our love, Marie & Josh xxx