Brooke’s elegant spring bouquet made from hyacinths, rannunculus, freesia and tulips The bridesmaids bouquets are simple of domes of anemones and rannunculus Calla lily buttonholes with steel grass loops Clusters of spring flowers and plants for the table centres
It was all about spring flowers for Brooke and Kieran’s March wedding at the Andaz Hotel. Well, tulips to be precise. White tulips, frilly tulips, parrot tulips and blush pink tulips! We added to the mix hyacinths, anemones, freesia and rannunculus but really it was about the tulips.
This wedding was a lesson in contemporary elegance. We had domes and domes of stunning spring flowers in white, greens and blush pinks in modern containers. For the table centres we arranged the domes in clusters and added succulents and fuzzy plants to the table. They worked really adding greenery in a clean and simple way, grounding the clusters.
How amazing does Brooke look in her stunning with her Vera Wang dress? And of course the bouquet just makes it! For a textured but fuss-free look we used different spring flowers with no foliage.
Stunning arrangements of 2m tall blossom, orchids and hydrangea added the wow factor when guests in the 1901 room for the wedding breakfast. Take a look below, the beautiful pictures are by Alex Beckett
Stunning blossom and orchid and hydrangea display Behind the scenes, getting the domes made in the studio