There is something about white wedding flowers that I love. Perhaps its there timeless elegance and the fact they can be a complete chameleon! Able to transform from crisp modern orchids right through to a relaxed, English country garden theme, they retain their simplicity and grace of style no matter what venue, vase or dress they find themselves near.

I personally love white flowers in a relaxed country feel, a look that suits Bradfield College perfectly, complimenting the dark wood that is present throughout the Main Hall and bringing a taste of the buildings gorgeous grounds inside. Filled with Avalanche Roses, white Veronica, scented Eucalyptus, Majolica spray Roses, Astilbe and Waxflower these glass cylinder vases work perfectly with the relaxed but elegant brief we were given!

I had to take a snap of the Bride and Groom’s cake of cheese, the woodblock is amazing! and the theme of the white flowers become a little more obvious.

Anyone who reads a few of our notes will know that I have a huge amount of love for kissing balls! This one is a particular favourite of mine, the heavy oak door leading to the Main Hall in Bradfield College would not be out of place in a Harry Potter film is the perfect backdrop for a kissing ball filled to the brim with scented Eucalyptus, Ammi Majus, white Veronica, Majolica and Avalanche roses. Yum!

2 thoughts on “White for White at Bradfield College

  1. Pip Wareham says:

    The flowers and theme are beautiful! I can imagine how stunning the white flowers looked against the Bradfield College buidings. The kissing ball looks amazing!! Another fantastic wedding.

  2. Alison White says:

    Ooh! After a long delay I’ve just spotted this blog entry. Your lovely photographs of the flowers reminded me what a wonderful day we had. But I have to say, as gorgeous as they look, the photographs don’t do the flowers justice. They were more gorgeous than I could have ever imagined. And they smelt devine too. I just can’t thank you enough

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