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Friday, 13 January 2017

Charlotte's Vintage Inspired Autumnal Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House, New Forest

I am a bit late in posting this one but it's so pretty it seemed a shame not to show it. So here they are, Charlotte's vintage inspired autumnal wedding flowers at Rhinefield House.

Charlotte's bouquet, a pretty mix of vintage and antique toned pink roses, autumnal snowberry, eucalyptus berry and wax flower with eupatorium and a little fern.

Buttonholes were a simple antique pink rose with eucalyptus and a touch of eupatorium.

Bridesmaids bouquets used Antique and blush pink roses with autumnal snowberry, eucalyptus berry and wax flower with eupatorium and a little fern. Beautiful for an autumn wedding in the forest.

Stunning candelabra centrepieces at Rhinefield House in autumnal, vintage pinks. We have used a mix of blush pink roses, antique pink spray roses,snowberry, eucalyptus berry, wax flower and eupatorium with a natural mix of foliages and ivy trails. Absolutely beautiful for an autumn wedding at Rhinefield with it's forest setting.

The candelabra flowers were first used on stands behind the ceremony table for the service making a lovely backdrop for the wedding ceremony. 

Rhinefield all set up for the wedding breakfast with floral candelabra centrepieces but a low co-ordinating wreath design around a storm lantern for the top table - so that the sightlines were clear for the speeches.