I want to share with you the ultimate neutral intimate wedding flowers inspiration on the blog today! With 2020 panning out as it has done with large scale gatherings non existent, and as policy stands as we speak, weddings of up to 15 people can go ahead. We have seen the development of the ‘micro wedding’ or a more smaller, intimate celebration of your nearest and dearest. To some this is the ideal opportunity to have that more simple, yet still beautiful wedding day that they had secretly dreamed of!
Neutral wedding flowers will always be popular. A colour palette focusing around ivory will always be timeless, romantic, elegant and stylish. One perfectly suited to your intimate wedding day! I want to share with you our neutral colour way from our intimate wedding flowers collection. You may be planning your wedding last minute, so time is not on your side. This collection will be perfect for the more laid back couples, who are wanting beautiful wedding flowers synonymous with The Rose Shed style, yet organised in a more laid back way!
The amount of admin that goes into a wedding is surprisingly huge! From the initial consultations, reworking of the quotes, the flower ordering, further consultations and plenty of emails ensure that we as florists spend a good chunk of our time allowed to admin. This has to be costed in throughout weddings, so this is why the laid back admin approach can be a bonus for last minute couples. The same high level attention to detail will be put into every one of our more intimate weddings, and the end result will be stunning, you just simply order online to arrange collection or delivery!
Ivory wedding flowers are always a popular wedding colour way. Simple, classic, timeless and will work throughout the seasons too. From crisp paper whites and hyacinths in the winter, through to ranunculus and anemone in the spring, to peonies and stocks in the summer, and snowberries and dahlias in the autumn. And that is just a few flower varieties available to mention! Using ivory blooms gives us endless potential in creating your wedding flowers.
By adding foliage to an ivory wedding flower palette will add that extra dimension. For example I would be using more fresh, zingy, bright greens in the spring, yet add more chocolate, deeper foliage in the autumn. Using foliage will always make a bouquet, and can offer that higher end, more luxurious and stylish feel to a bouquet. Winter will bring dark black privet berries and scented pine foliage! This ensures your wedding flowers are completely seasonal, and unique to you on your wedding day!
I created this colour palette late summer/early autumn. So by adding in the hints of chocolate foliage and the cappuccino tones you get this early autumnal warmth to the flowers. All the flowers are British grown here too, except for the roses. So I hope this shows to you the amount of beautiful British flowers that are grown for weddings too! Those stunning cafe au laities dahlias have the most gorgeous muted, porcelain colour which is perfect for a neutral wedding colour way. I also adore the creme brûlée phlox, which again are a rich, buttery, cream with hints of plum in the centre. By using flowers with depth in colour, this will add depth to your arrangements, making them even more jaw droopingly beautiful!
If you are arranging your intimate wedding celebration over the next coming months then please do get in touch. As a North Devon wedding florist we have lots of experience in dealing with smaller weddings and attach just as much attention to detail than our more traditional larger weddings! For more intimate wedding flowers inspiration please do scroll back through the blog, it is filled with tons of gorgeous ideas for your wedding!
Photography Credit: Edina Papp Photography