An English country garden

18th March 2016 | By Lisa Gordon | Filed in: Ideas & Trends.

Rich creams and nude pallets with natural décor inspired by the great outdoors will bring a ‘wild’ edge to vintage inspired designs.

Blossom Tree table centres, bringing the outside indoors

Blossom Tree table centres, bringing the outside indoors

Loose Structured Table Arrangements on log slices

Loose Structured Table Arrangements on log slices

Brides are favouring bouquets of mixed colours and textures, spiky blooms, including flowers which are ‘in season’ or ‘grown locally’ along with berries and grasses to add texture.

A loosely structured wild flower bouquet

A loosely structured wild flower bouquet

Berries and spiky blooms adding texture to this hand tie bouquet

Berries and spiky blooms adding texture to this hand tie bouquet

Trailing flowers and foliage creating a 'free-form' bouquet

Trailing flowers and foliage creating a ‘free-form’ bouquet

Blossom trees, wood slices and natural trailing foliage bring the English country garden theme to life swapping formal table centres with less structured natural flower centerpieces.

A naturally formed table arrangement of seasonal flowers

A naturally formed table arrangement of seasonal flowers

Wildflowers surrounding a wooden lantern for the 'outdoor' look

Wildflowers surrounding a wooden lantern for the ‘outdoor’ look

Blossom trees edging the room to add romance and soften the venue

Blossom trees edging the room to add romance and soften the lines of the venue

This urn of seasonal flowers and trailing foliage could have been 'just gathered'

This urn of seasonal flowers and trailing foliage could have been ‘just gathered’


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