I met Joanne through the wonders of Instagram, after obsessively double tapping nearly all her pretty images, she got in touch with a shoot she thought I would like to feature. And my, she was right. It is quite apt considering most of us woke up to a smattering of snow this morning. I adore the hanging creation and I have always been a fan of muscari and had it in my own bouquet. Here is what Joanne said about the shoot –
‘A subtle take on 1920’s old World Glamour’ which took place in the pretty village of Yalding in Kent. The idea behind the shoot is to give brides to be inspiration for wedding flowers with some unique ideas for bouquet, table centres and flowery decor. The style behind the shoot is a nod towards 1920’s old world glamour but with an understated style. This has been created through the subtle use of metallic with hints of gold and the use of feathers whilst at the same time stripping everything back a touch to give the overall shoot a minimalistic and natural feel.
The flowers included were made up of peach and sweet avalanche roses, lisianthus, blue mascari (which smells heavenly) and wax flower which has a lovely lemon scent to it and the foliage’s included berried ivy, eucalyptus and pittosporum.
Flowers and Styling – Joanne Truby Floral Design http://www.joannetrubyfloraldesign.com
Photography – Dotpix Photography by Neil Peterson http://www.dotpix.co.uk/
Wedding Stationery – Clara Lou http://www.claraloudesigns.co.uk/