Green and white is a wonderful color combination. This theme is universal and fits nearly in every location from a modern loft to the grand castle. Traditionally this color combination was used for weddings to symbolize the purity of the bride. This design concept can be translated in all seasons. Floral arches look beautiful here at church doors or for free ceremonies.
This very elegant theme is wonderful in all old settings and places with a history. The color combination is contrasting but not too strong and it entails female and masculine elements which makes it perfect for a wedding. For this theme, I use opulent garden roses liken David Austin Juliet or peach Avalanche roses. Ginster and tuberose for the smell to speak to all the senses. Matching blue stationary or candles bring this theme to life. I also rent out old brass candelabras if couples are interested. A floaty bridal bouquet rounds this theme up.
Light pink and cream are one of the most popular themes that brides choose. This theme is elegant and feminine and looks divine old castles with stucco. In spring and early summer, this theme can also be translated with peonies and garden roses.
Pastel color with purple is wonderful for modern or more industrial looking locations. It comes really alive with lots of white backgrounds.This theme is playful but not bold. This theme only works if you also use pastel greens in between. Snowball, green hydrangeas or fern, and viburnum work well here. I Also use one of my all-time favorites sweet peas and ranuculus who come in so many pastle colors.
This theme only translates if certain meadow flowers are chosen, like Scabiosa, St Anne´slace, Veronica etc.. It comes alive with a lot of foliage like Eucalyptus or Olive and other berry branches. This table setting is perfect for long tables, simple garden weddings or barn weddings.
This very tender theme is all year round a highlight. It is very bridal and for all couples that want a harmonious look and feel on their special day. This colour combination looks fantastic in a floral wreath or floaty bouquet.
Bordeaux, light pink & cream are a very contrasting wedding theme. I personally love the dark tones of burgundy that you find in roses, ranunculus, dahlias, snapdragons and sweet peas. These tones are wonderful with dark vintage wood, therefore it is wonderful for barn weddings or a countryside manor house from Tudor times. I also rent out these wonderful old Englisch vases for a more authentic look and feel. Little buttonholes for all the groomsmen are a must here.
This color explosion is only for the very bold. It is a fantastic theme for very decadent and opulent rococo locations with heavy silk curtains and wallpapers. This theme is for all couples that want to make an expressive statement. Here, "more is more". Special in autumn and at the height of summer you find wonderful dark reds and blue flowers to contrast each other.
This theme got inspired by all the changing colors of the forest leave in late September and October. Dahlias, roses, zinnias and different berry branches can be found in this amazing color way. This design concept lightens up every location and gives it a warm glow. Especially combined with brass and gold this theme is truly magical.
Fuchsia, Pink & Red - In love with Pink Wedding
Pink is such a vibrant color and in combination with red and fuchsia it mesmerizing. This floral concept is great in late summer-autumn when wonderful raspberry branches can be combined with it. To make this theme work I tend to incorporate different nuances of pink to make it look lush rather than kitsch.
Violett, Fuchsia & Pale Pink - Purple Wedding
Purple is a very popular color in the Uk and also since 2018 because of the Pantone
color. Purple can be combined with gold or silver. I believe it looks more elegant with silver and couples can choose from a variety of beautiful vases in my workshop room.
For this theme, I love to use hydrangeas because they come in such beautiful purple nuances in autumn.
Peach, Mauve & Pale Pink - Romantic Wedding
This is a wonderful pastel combination for a winter wedding. You do not have to use strong colors or red and white for a winter wedding. All these flowers are from the flower market in December.