What a fabulous year for weddings and Jades Flowers have had the great pleasure of decorating Le Talbooth several times this year with some very interesting designs. Here are just a couple. Lesley-Ann used all of Milsoms venues, Le Maison for the ceremony, The Riverside Restaurant for the wedding breakfast and the marquee for the evening.
The Bride was very keen to create a different atmosphere for each stage of the wedding. The table decorations for the wedding breakfast were quite subtle and very summery – simple bowls of hydrangea and alchemilla mollis – the lime green of the alchemilla keeping the look very bright. Then the wow for the marquee. We wanted to create an elegant evening look which was very dramatic so we used silver trees with stunning Red Lips Phalaenopsis Orchids amongst the branches.
We loved this wedding
We have some beautiful new silver containers which we used for a wedding in July in the Le Talbooth marquee. Jean wanted to create the most beautiful summer English garden look in perfect pink shades. We created natural trees on the poles which is such a stunning way to decorate poles. There are lots of ways to decorate poles but trees look so unusual.
Brides are asking for more and more unusual designs and we worked on a lovely wedding in the Spring where the bride loved birdcages. I had some fantastic new stands made which we used on the tables. They are about 6 ft tall so you can image the effect they create especially in a marquee
We have noticed colour has been very popular this year. Although we have still been using lots of pastel nude shades lots of brides have been asking for unusual colour schemes. Here are a couple of fantastic weddings with clashing colours.
Beverley Nichols – Jades Flower Design – www.jadesflowers.co.uk
Jades Flower Design
Jades Flower Design works from its premises in picturesque rural Essex where Beverley also holds her popular courses on ‘Creating Your Own Wedding Flowers’. Clients are always welcome to visit by appointment, not only for consultations but also to see where their floral creations will come to life