Last July, we created a lush fusion wedding look for gorgeous couple Anna and Alain.
In their first meeting they said that they wanted to combine floral elements of Bermuda, China and the UK, in a very natural, organic way. The end result was a striking combination of structural orchids, pops of garden colour, and sweeping boughs of greenery.
The ceremony aisle in The Nash Conservatory was pure foliage drama, with tall vases of mixed,
asymmetrical summer tree greenery and ferns. As a backdrop to Anna and Alain was a foliage wall, a mix of local and tropical.
Later, the aisle arrangements were transferred to the tables as tall tablecentres, and colour brought in through a mix of stocks, antirrhinum and mini Phalaenopsis orchid plants.