Favours are an easy way to bring a bit of extra floral decor to your wedding tables using something you’re already spending on anyway! Lots of good ideas from milk bottle or jam jar arrangements, potted succulents or flowering plants, or even just add a sprig to your favour packaging. Get inspired by our wedding favour Pinterest board!
If you only add one extra touch to your wedding ceremony, the most effective by far is to add flowers to your wedding chairs. All of your guests will have their eyes glued to the back of those two chairs making it the perfect spot to tie in your floral theme. A couple of inexpensive bunches tied with lace or raffia is enough, instantly charming! Lots of chair decor ideas over on our Pinterest board.
The trees are no longer bare, we’ve packed away our heavy winter coats, at last summer is upon us! If you’re anything like us, you’re crossing your fingers and toes for another beautiful Irish summer like the last few we’ve had. All this sunshine is making us of dream of summer gatherings, weddings, bouquets and displays inspired by the warmer climates of the southern hemisphere. The beautiful South African protea flower, the Australian royal bluebell, even the eucalyptus hails from down… Read more »
Lace has featured big in the vintage wedding decor trend but is so classic it won’t be going away any time soon. An inexpensive way to pretty up decor quickly and on budget. Love the lace table runners and jam jar arrangements for table decor. See more lace wedding inspiration on our Pinterest board.
We are in the height of the peony season at the moment, any late May, June, or early July 2014 brides may want to pay attention! Especially loving the big, blousy, single flowering coral coloured peonies which are super trendy this year. We are doing lots of colour pop coral bouquets, but the pale pinks and white peonies are still as popular as ever. Check out our peony board over at Pinterest where we’ve collected all these amazing images. Also… Read more »
Just uploading some new photos of spring weddings, here’s a shot of the bride’s wall-of-flowers style bouquet from a gorgeous gypsophila themed wedding from a few weeks back. More photos of the church and venue to be uploaded over the weekend!
Beautiful images by photographer Lisa O’Dwyer of the Tipperary wedding of Bo and Talbot we did a couple of weeks ago (you saw her bouquets and buttonholes in our last post)…just stunning! It’s really hard to get good photos of church flowers and she captured them perfectly, love all the detail. Thanks to Bo and Lisa for sharing the photos! See more photos at Lisa’s blog!
We’ve been really busy with weddings the last few weeks, working hard to post photos of all the designs we’ve come up with lately! Just love how these really vintage-y, petite little bouquets came out, with matching buttonholes featuring feathery limonium and astrantia. The bouquets feature ranunculus, anemone, and roses and are a great late spring/early summer combination. This style would work just as well with summer flowers, lavender would be great in these! More new photos in our wedding… Read more »
Busy with weddings over the weekend, including this beautiful garden themed wedding. The bridal bouquet featured Sweet Avalanche roses and white anemones set against a selection of early summer flowers. Sweet little ‘bunchy’ buttonholes of Cool Water roses with anemone and waxflower, and bridesmaids to match. The reception took place at the Grain Store at Ballymaloe, where we filled the tables with vases of garden style flowers, including large enamel jugs on the window and top table. It… Read more »