Asylum Chapel Peckham Wedding: Behind the Scenes
Making the flowers in the studio is the most enjoyable part. The nerve wracking part of weddings is the installation at the venues. The best pictures of weddings are always from the studio. Here’s a few from our Monochromatic Peckham wedding.
Working with blue flowers fell out of fashion at some point a few years ago.
Blush and rust tones became the colours of choice.
British grown blue flowers are available in abundance, so I’m hoping the summer of 2021 brings more blue to our lives.
It looks great with really dark chocolate coloured leaves and flowers. So c’mon people !
White and Green Summer Wedding London
At Bistrotheque and including some being the scenes images from our studio on Hoxton Street.
This is one of my favourite ever weddings, I loved the simplicity of the whites and greens. The contrast between the soft flowers and the hard industrial feel of the venue gave the flowers a more refined feel. This was also the beginning of my perspective plinth obsession.
Seasonal transition to Autumn in the Studio
Darker nights and amber tones. Autumn brings a quick change of tones colours and shapes.
Here are some behind the scenes images of Hoxton street:
A monochromatic September wedding
This monochromatic September wedding took place in the Asylum Chapel Wedding at Peckham, South East London. It’s a beautiful Grade II listed building dating back to the early 1800s.
Charlotte wanted to work primarily with white flowers, so we used O’Hara roses, beautiful British Paniculata Hydrangea and Snowberry.
She wanted the floral to feel romantic but with a strong contrast, so we incorporated a darker more moody element, which we infused with grasses, seed pods, bold architectural foliage and chocolate cosmos.
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