A few months ago our lovely friend and incredibly talented wedding photographer Neil Redfern asked if I could design some bouquets and buttonholes to use on his photography workshops. It’s always nice to work on projects with friends and try out new designs, take a look below at some of Neil’s beautiful photos from his training workshops.
If you are looking for a fantastic photographer for your wedding day and would like to see more of Neil’s work then take a look at the website Neil Redfern Photography.
We created fresh wedding bouquets and silk bouquets for the workshops, as well as fresh flower crown and silk buttonholes. The fresh spring bouquet and flower crown included a beautiful mix of spray roses, hellebores, genista, orchids, stocks and clematis with delicate greenery. The wedding bouquet had a natural and textured look with co-ordinating satin ribbons trailing from the bouquet.
We created several silk wedding bouquet designs and co-ordinating buttonholes for the groom. The first hand tied silk bouquet included ivory and peach roses mixed with peonies and lily of the valley.
We also created a natural ivory and nude silk bouquet, which had an elegant mix of roses, peonies and garden spray roses with delicate greenery.