Using rich jewel colours brings this look to life. Teaming flowers with metallic accessories such as candelabras, tea lights and charger plates and using coloured linen adds a real sense of luxury to this style.
Images by Dan Morris Photography & Fulton Photography
Stationary by Emerald Paper Design
Styling by Wedding Creations UK
Crisp white seasonal flowers, combined with lush green foliage will always be timeless. The beauty of this style is that another soft understated colour can be introduced to make it personal to you. From large installations to small delicate vases this style is so versatile you can really make it your own.
Images by Jamie Dodd Photography, Curtis and Co Cakes & Bijoux Floral Design
Soft blush combined with ivory flowers is a desired colour scheme for many couples. Its delicate tones offer a sense of understated romance. Combine the flowers with elegant glassware such as tall vases, low-footed vases or cut glass vases, teamed with tapered diner candles and tea lights. For a real statement piece we recommend decorating staircases with an abundance of florals and candlelight and gorgeous stationary from Archibald Edwards.
Images by Bijoux Floral Design
Stationary by Archibald Edwards
Hues of dusky mauves with a pop of deep claret, there’s something truly beautiful about this style. The flexibility of vintage glam means it can be used in several styles by adding different elements. For a real glamorous style, use antique gold vessels and accessories, for a more rustic look we recommend enamel containers with wood accessories.
Images and Styling by Bijoux Floral Design
Delicate pastel tones will add a summery light ambience to your wedding. With so many pastel shades to chose from, you really are quite spoilt, from blousy peonies to beautiful garden roses. A really versatile colour combination that can be English country garden inspired to elegant stately home.
Combining cool blue with warm earthy tones and accents of burgundy creates a beautiful on trend palette perfect for an autumnal wedding. By adding textures of brunia, grasses and bracken it keeps this style true to the season but classy at the same time. It also demonstrates how other colours can compliment a pale blue colour scheme. Using rich fabric and lots of candle light completes the whole look.
Images by Sabine Darrall
Using a palette of muted colours with accents of metallics is still a key trend for 2019 and will continue to be popular for couples due to its romantic elegance. Combine the look with elegant glassware, our bespoke gold high risers, lots of candlelight and soft muslin or organza fabric. Using coloured linen or napkins are the perfect finishing touches
Images by Rebecca Faith Photography
Pastel blue colours arranged with calming ivory flowers results in a beautifully classical theme.
Accents of grey and pale green add some depth and interest. This style works well with beautiful garden inspired fragrant flowers using a variety of different shapes and textures.
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