Debbie’s Peach Dream

Last Saturday saw me up before the birds putting the finishing touches to two different weddings before setting off on a rather long round trip on delivery. The first of the weddings, in Edmunton, was for Debbie.

I met Debbie at Bromley Brides in West Wickham, much earlier in the year. She’s bought her dress and bridesmaid dresses from the dress shop, with the help and guidance of Becky and her team, and the next step was accessorizing with the perfect blooms.

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Classic, clean design was the order of the day, with a definite accent of bling. The gorgeous ‘Peach Avalanche’ and ivory ‘Avalanche’ roses came together with a selection of sparkly brooches (collected by the bride) in a compact handtie for Debbie to carry down the aisle.

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The bridesmaids, of which there were 5, had complimentary bouquets of the ‘Avalanche’ roses surrounded by clouds of white fluffy Gypsophilia. Quite simple, but very effective  – all perfect finishing touch against the girls corally peach dresses. And the finishing touch – diamonte detail on the handles, for that extra bit of bling!

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Finally the flower girls had little baskets of Gypsophilia with Avalanche roses and spray roses – just the thing to swing down the aisle, announcing the arrival of the beautiful bride!

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The radiant Debbie with her hansom groom
Congratulations to the radiant Debbie with her hansom groom
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