The chic floral concept was represented by a soft pastel palette of breathtaking blooms that featured, David Austin roses and peonies there is always so much loveliness with peaches and creams!
We especially adored creating Ebony’s bridal bouquet, the pretty petals were so delicious and soft, it was the perfect accessory for that gorgeous gown! The bridesmaids in pretty peach dresses held simple designs of white and apricot blooms, all finished with a touch of rustic hessian, lace and twine!
I know! Girl’s got taste right. And the photography…. I want to give you a moment to pick your jaw up off the floor because how beautiful are these photos Shaun Rose Photography
Stacey and Craig’s wedding reception was celebrated Nukara Farm.The decor was kept soft and elegant, so as to complement rather than detract attention from the floral centrepieces.
A mix of flowers in soft colours inspired by the colour palette found within the King Protea were selected and styled in a natural way. Loose stemmed Proteas and antique roses with bunches of chryssies,leucadendron and penny gum were arranged for a wild and earthy effect
There were a few key decor pieces such as a vintage suite case, vintage table, wooden crates and tree stumps were used to add an outdoor, rustic feel that warmed up the space
This wedding has it all. A touch of glitter and glamour the perfect amount of purple and lavenders, crystals galore, a gorgeous Bride and a handsome Groom – it’s honestly overflowing with gorgeous.
The Morning-side Garden in Geraldton is a gorgeous outdoor venue with a secluded feel, lovely flower gardens, and Shady trees that act as natural arbors providing shade. Ben and Hayley wedding was a glamorous garden wedding filled with love.
Lace Weddngs were there to capture the couples day with cameras flashing
It was such a fun interplay between elegant and sparkly!
May the 17th was the day Jessie and Aaron exchanged their very special wedding vows. I was honored to be part of their special day.
The first bridal appointment I met Jessie and Aaron I had plenty of smiles watching the couple interact with each other. Aaron went on to draw a design of his button hole which turned out very well I must say, – Maybe its a talent he never knew he had.
The floral theme was centered around peacock feathers, teal blue and a white colour pallet. Jessie had a stunning cascading drop bouquet over flowing with oriental lilliums, Singapore orchid, roses and finished with bright peacock feathers.
Photography by Shaun Rose Photography
I loved this incredibly romantic wedding I created at Louise and Brent’s Family farm.
The gorgeous shades of apricot and white in the bridal and bridesmaids bouquets are breathtaking and went so well with the apricot bridesmaids dresses the girls wore. Not to mention the ceremony and reception decor – the mix of rustic and romantic was just perfect.
A corsage is a traditional part of a wedding, as well as other “big days” such as year 10 and 12 formals for those of school age. While a corsage may seem fairly simple, corsage etiquette does exist, and it should be followed.
What is a corsage?
A corsage is a small bouquet of flowers that is worn on a woman’s dress, jacket, or around her wrist. Corsages can also be worn on a woman’s handbag. Wrist corsages are more durable and able to withstand stresses such as dancing and the frequent hugging encountered at weddings.
Corsages can include flowers from the bride’s bouquet. However, it is also proper to allow the corsage wearer to select the flower she wishes to display on her corsage. A corsage flower should also complement the dress of the wearer.
Corsages can be made of any type of flower, but the popular choices are carnations, gerbera daisies, roses, and tulips. (more…)
One of the traditional accessories for the mother of the bride and mother of the groom is a corsage. A corsage is a small cluster of flowers that is worn on a woman’s dress or jacket, and it is a great way to complement an outfit.
Who wears a corsage? (more…)
When many consider wedding flowers, they think only of the bride’s bouquet, but flowers can be employed in numerous ways in a wedding, and can create a delightful, romantic atmosphere when used well. While the bride generally holds the largest bouquet, her bridesmaids and maid of honour can also carry small bouquets of their own. These will generally complement the bride’s but will be smaller and will often use different blooms (which should complement the colour of their dresses).
Flowers are not Just for the Bride (more…)
While many brides choose to marry in Spring or Aummer, Autumn and Winter shouldn’t be discounted as a time to get married! While many of the flowers available in the warmer months will be hard to obtain for an Autumn or Winter wedding, there are many beautiful blooms that are available year round, and others still that can only be found in the colder months of the year. When selecting your wedding flowers, Geraldton provides a wealth of options for your wedding, no matter the time of year. (more…)
Corsages are a traditional part of the wedding day. They are seen as a symbol of deep appreciation of the females who are chosen to wear them. They are small flower bouquets that should generally be of neutral colour or one that complements the attire being worn by each individual. Corsages can also be worn in different areas – the left side of a woman’s jacket, dress, on her handbag, around her wrist, in her hair, on a hat, or at the waist.
How to attach a corsage
A corsage is usually attached with a pearl-headed pin, but it can also be attached using a magnet for those who are concerned about ruining their dress, jacket, or handbag. The pin is pushed through from the back, through the corsage, and then back through the garment.
Step-by-step guide to attaching a corsage
Here is an easy guide to pinning a corsage.
• Put one hand behind the corsage and hold the stem with the other, making sure the flowers are facing toward the individual pinning them.
• Place the corsage at an angle on the dress or jacket, preferably about 4 inches from the tip of the shoulder.
• Ensure the corsage is evenly placed.
• Using the corsage pin, pin into the fabric at the bottom left corner of the stem.
• Weave the pin out from under the fabric, pushing it about one inch through and placing it at an angle over the stem’s top.
• Push the tip of the pin into the fabric on the other side of the stem.
• Make sure the stem is secured in place.
• Weave the pin out of the back of the fabric again.
• Repeat the steps with the corsage pin at the top left corner of the stem which is just under the flowers.
When finished, make sure the pin is not sticking out, and also make sure it is not poking the skin. If the corsage is a bit heavy, use two corsage pins to ensure the corsage will stay put during the course of the day. As stated, corsage magnets are also available, and they are much less complicated.
Wedding corsages are an important component to consider when planning your Geraldton wedding flower requirements. You local specialist Geraldton florist, Amour Flower can help plan yours!