Tiffany Blue & White Lilies Flowers

Beautiful Wedding Flowers at Great Fosters in Surrey

It’s quite hard to define this colour so I always struggle with what I should call it to capture the icy green tones, so I always swing between Tiffany Blue, or turquoise or aqua. Whatever the name, the wedding flowers at this Great Fosters wedding, looked beautifully pure and crisp and would look just as stunning for a winter wedding as it did for this lovely summer wedding.

Claire carried an opulent formal tear drop bouquet with nearly white Dolomity roses, white lisianthus, scented Oriental lily blooms, white stocks and Singapore orchids. Her bridesmaids, wearing icy Tiffany Blue dresses, held hand-tied versions of roses, lisianthus and lilies.

Of course there are no turquoise flowers (at least no real ones!!!) so the look was all about crystal whites, floaty textures and turquoise accessories, for a pure and dreamy look, with a really high flowers density and any accent foliage being kept to cool silvery green eucalyptus.  The ceremony room was styled with 2 beautiful all white focal centrepieces, framing a waterfall arch of dreamy white tule.  Claire lined the aisle with turquoise bowed chairs and turquoise faux rose petals scatter, and two of the guest table centrepieces were used first at the end of the aisle, to frame the wedding party’s start down the aisle.

For the wedding reception in the Tithe Barn, the top table was dressed with the beautiful long & low display from the ceremony table, and we added vases either side of it, ready for the bridesmaids to add their bouquets to when coming in after the photos.   The guest tables were dressed with pure white flowers and silvery green eucalyptus foliage centrepieces bursting with roses, hydrangeas, scented oriental lilies, white stocks and lisianthus.  The tithe barn looked beautiful in all white, it was a classic look that will never date and will never look like a fad.  Beautiful as this looked at this amazing summer wedding, I can equally see this look being very successfully adapted to a more wintry take, by adding frosty twigs and white wintry foliage to the displays… an all time classic! Huge thanks to Simon Pope of Be Unveiled Wedding Photography, for sharing his beautiful wedding photography from this lovely wedding.

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