Blossom flower trees at Great Fosters winter wedding

Our amazing wedding blossom flower trees, that had proved ever so popular during the spring, summer and autumn months, looked totally amazing at Shirin and Leo’s wedding at Great Fosters just before Christmas.   This was their first use for a winter wedding (though more are to come) and they were just fab!  We gave them a sprinkling of wintry ferns and sparkly twigs making them perfect for this winter wonderland wedding.  Hayley Bray Photography are awesome and this post features some of their beautiful shots – a big thank you to Shirin and Leo for sharing these with us. Shirin and her bridesmaids carried pretty bouquets of ivory roses, nude pink roses, anemones, ranunculus and silver brunnia berries, and looked perfect against their dresses.

The ceremony took place  fabulous Orangery at Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey. It is an amazing venue which lends itself to so many looks, and this was so stunning!  The aisle was draped with a dreamy tulle canopy and dressed with our beautiful blossom flower trees, adorned with hanging bird cages, lanterns and globe tea lights.  Alternating with the towering flower trees, we drew the eye up and down the aisle by mixing in low bird cage lantern centrepieces raised up on our plinths.  Could we possibly add even more candlelight?

Afterwards the amazing trees and bird cages were moved through to the beautiful Tudor Tithe Barn, making for very versatile reuse throughout the day.  They looked simply amazing with all the candles lit up – we used the tall blossom flower trees in the central part of the barn, nicely echoing the very tall ceiling.  The low bird cage lantern centrepieces were used on the tables under the eaves where the mood was cosier.  Surrounding the tall blossom flower trees and lined up all along the top table, were our beautiful rose gold range of vases and candle accessories, which complemented the nude blush pink colour scheme beautifully.  Finally we dressed he cake with simple clusters of open Avalanche roses and gypsophila.  

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