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Quintessential Rose

  |   By Amber Richman

I love this time of year! Here are more photos that a wonderful bride just sent to me, to add to our portfolio, and more importantly to blog and share with all of you!

This wedding was on June 11th, at the beautiful Eaton Hall. A distinguished wedding in every detail—the floral's were designed to mimic the classic nature of the estate.

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Quintessential Rose

The bouquets were a mixture of lush pink peonies, pink lisianthus, red and pink roses, burgundy hypericum, with traces of bupleurum and fern. In CG&S style we followed the floral theme through the boutonnières, standards, and head table arrangements. Although we added in a bit of a twist with submerged tulip arrangements for the centrepieces, flanked by rose petal floating candle cubes. Every place setting was dressed with a pink cymbidium on the napkin with a diamond headed pin holding a donation card.

Enjoy!

All photography courtesy Brooke Palmer Photography.

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This article was originally published on Sep 15, 2010
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