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.
When bride to be Jade came into the shop on Thursday she was all aflutter because a last minute let down had left her with no bouquet for her beach wedding on Saturday.
Fortunately our Fitzroy shop was full of gorgeous blooms and Sacha was able to help her choose from a a stash of seasonal whites.
The result was simple and stunning, finished with a binding of jute twine.
The bride wore white……..and carried purple…..Intense purple!
Deepest purple hydrangea, lisianthus and electric blue butterfly delphinium made this bouquet a show stopper.
The combination was toned down with white hydrangea and clethra for the brides maids.