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Monday, 8 July 2013

The Melvin-Cannings Wedding - April 2013

Joanna wanted a vibrant mix of yellow and white for her wedding flowers. 
Sunflowers are a particular favorite of both the bride and groom and made cheerful buttonholes.


 The bridal bouquet was a fragrant mix of freesias and calla lilies. The lively yellow and white colour combination look stunning on such a lovely sunny day. 


The bridesmaids had simple hand-tied posies of gerbera daisies in vivid yellow.


Joanna's lace decorative hairpiece was designed to complement the lace in her stunning wedding dress. Embellished with crystal beading it looked striking against her beautiful hair.          




The centrepieces were a tribute to the time that the newly weds spend on their allotment together and looked wonderfully whimsical. The mix of freesias, sunflowers, chrysanthemums and gypsophila.



Sunday, 7 July 2013

The Williams-Lumb Wedding - March 2013

Carlie's bridal bouquet was a striking mix of deep purple and ivory calla lilies with pink and light purple tulips. The two-tone calla lilies and tulips looked lovely in the bridesmaids bouquets.

Preparing the calla lily and tulip buttonholes was a pleasure; 
I enjoy working with a mix of colours and love the gentle scent of the tulips.

The vibrant mix of colours and navy satin ribbon looked beautiful against the antique gold of Carlie's dress.

The tulips looked beautiful lining the aisle in The Great Tythe Barn and arranged into vases around this stunning space.

The martini vase centrepieces looked striking filled with water crystals, tulips and calla lilies twisted through. 

The lights in each vase reflected through the water crystals and glowed in the evening.

The Maher-Mack Wedding (November 2012)

Leanne wanted a keepsake bouquet with a mix of structured, folded flowers and silk calla lillies.

The bouquet is made of duchess satin folded flowers with crystal centers and dupion silk calla lillies with pearl stamen. Biot feathers softened the oval bouquet shape. 


The buttonholes were silk calla lillies and biot feathers in the deep pink and ivory for the Groom.

The Bridal tiara vine of pearls and crystals cascaded beautifully down into Leanne's lovely hair.

Photography by Adam O'Dwyer of http://www.lickmydesign.co.uk

About Me

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Marlborough, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
I am keen crafter that has always enjoyed trying new crafts. I made the invitations, orders of service, bouquets, buttonholes, tiara, earrings and other touches for my own wedding. I have since started helping others with the special touches for their weddings and wanted to share these with the world.