For Adriana’s pretty March wedding, sparkling glass bell jars enclosed sweet little flower tableaux in peach, ivory and mint tones.
Jars of roses, hydrangea, berries and sliver suede were interspersed with fluffy puffs of gypsophila, and the bell jars, each with it’s own unique creation inside, along the long tables creating a magical scene.
Adriana’s bouquet carried on the theme in peach David Austin roses, hydrangea and silver suede with touches of gyp and peach hypericum berries.
March is always a busy month at Tribal Rose but this March was a whirlwind of weddings and events including this glamorous media launch for L’Oreal Fashion Week at Vue de Monde.
These lavish arrangements of white flowers which included hydrangea, dahlias, chrysanthemums, and swathes of white phalaenopsis orchids, provided a glorious backdrop for hosts Eva Longoria and Megan Gale to launch The Fashion festival.
You can see some gorgeous pics of the night on Beautyholics Anonymous blog.
Bethany’s wedding was on the day after valentines day….. a challenge to say the least! Would there be enough flowers left in Melbourne after the busiest day of the year?
Beth was pretty relaxed about the flower choice as long as they were seasonal and in the white and green palette.
As it turned out we were spoilt for choice with freesia, bouvardia, veronica, tweedia, dahlia, queen anne’s lace, snow berry and hydrangea all available at market.
The reception was held at Café Vue Heide at the Heide Museum of Modern Art surrounded by the gorgeous gardens and sculpture park and decorated with jars of seasonal flowers.
Luscious was the word Neralee used to describe the look she wanted for her wedding bouquet in shades of white.
Ice breaker roses, white hydrangea and snow white lisianthus helped create the luscious ice-creamy domes, gently woven through with icy sliver suede foliage, while the table centres added some subtle colour with a blush pink rose and a scattering of blackberries.
The cake made by Katrina at The Cake Company and adorned by an abundance of flowers and berries in slightly brighter shades of pink was a show stopper!
There is a good reason that white on white is such a wedding classic.