Winter Wedding Flower Inspiration
Jemma and Chris tied the knot on a beautiful sunny winter’s day in November last year. The venue was Long Furlong Barn on the outskirts of Worthing which has the most amazing views over the surrounding fields. Their style inspiration was 1930’s Art Deco and the colour palette was emerald green, plum and gold with the flowers being mostly white, with dark green foliage. The bridesmaids had the most amazing green satin dresses on and their white bouquets really stood out against them. This wedding had such gorgeous personal touches and they even handmade their buttonhole flowers from pages of old books – I added real flowers to these for the corsages to bring paper and petals together.
The flowers we chose were a seasonal mix available in November; calla lillies, lisianthus, anemones, tulips, roses, chincherinchee, bouvardia and beautiful shiny tropical monstera leaves. Jemma wanted a statement bouquet with quite structured flowers rather than soft blousey ones, which is a good thing as these flowers are much more abundant in November!
Erika from PhotoMadly took the photos on the day and has kindly allowed me to use the below images from the day.
Congratulations to Jemma and Chris! Such a stylish couple and so many smiles in these photos which is lovely to see. I also feel I need to comment on how amazing Jemma’s green sparkly shoes are!! I hope to be back to Long Furlong Barn soon, it really is beautiful.