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Pretty and delicate – micro flowers in yellow and white create a vintage look full of texture and detail


When the lovely Kate showed me pictures from her scrapbook I could see she was drawn mainly to yellow and white and also that she particularly like tiny, micro (meadow like) flowers bunched together.  And the lace detail on her beautiful dress just needed to be complemented with delicate textures. So for her mid summer wedding this year I focused on the daisy like Tanacetum combined with yellow tanacetum, marguerites and a very white and fluffy gypsophilia for her bouquet – and made gyp bouquets threaded through with a little of the daisy like tanacetum for the bridesmaids who were to wear a pale mink. All the bouquets were bound with hessian and finished with lace and the gyp and tanacetum button holes were finished with raffia. I made a large vase for the Church (wrapped in hessian) and her tables were dressed with candles surrounded with little bud vases and perfume bottles filled with a selection of her white and yellow flowers.  And then the sun came out and made the yellows shine!  The pictures below are mine – but I have had a peek at some really stunning images captured by Mel Cowell Photography of this wedding.

Arcadian ACS pic of yellow daisy and gyp Bridal Bouquet AnnaArcadian ACS pic gyp bouquet and button hole AnnaArcadian ACS pic of bridal and BM bouquets Anna

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