Alison ♥ Tunde

I’m on a roll now see…?

The 23rd July saw the fairies take to the streets of London armed with plenty of pretty blooms for Alison and Tunde’s big day, and what a day. Any wedding that involved eight boxes of limes is going to be a good’un. Surely.

Alison and Tunde tied the knot in the beautiful Holy Trinity Church in South Kensington, before transporting their guests to RIBA in Portland Place – a beautiful hidden gem of a venue. The first time we have provided the flowers there, but hopefully not the last.

White and lime green were the chosen colours, and hundreds of Carnations were the flowers of choice. When I had my shop, I never used to buy Carnations, but en masse, I do love them – a whole bundle of pretty frills.

The fabulous Catherine at Lily & Frank was their photographer, so I can’t wait to see the official photos. In the meantime, you will have to make do with Catherine’s peek at the happy couple on her blog and my few flowery pictures.

Alison and Tunde, it was a pleasure to be involved in your big day, thank you for being wonderful and for our lovely thank you xx

PS. All the limes were re-used by the blushing bride and her lovely smelling groom. Now that’s recycling for you…

Avalanche Roses, Lisianthus, Freesias, Bouvardia and Green Bell made up Alison’s bouquet

Vintage lace and a gorgeous brooch tied Alison’s bouquet

The only way to travel in London on your wedding day. Surely?

A mass of yummy white and green blooms were moved from the church to RIBA.

Limes topped with plenty of frilly Carnations. Pretty non?

Matching limes and Carnations. Just a bit taller.

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