After taking part in Inman and Nasibs first wedding, I was delighted to be a part of their second wedding to help them create their autumnal wedding flowers.
Iman and Nasib’s second wedding was held in the orangery at the Horniman Museum. So, for this wedding, Iman and I discussed an autumnal colour palette. We settled with beautiful shades of orange, blushes, dark reds, greens and hints of yellow. Iman gave me free rein on the design of the flowers. I feel this was due to the trust we had built up working together on her first wedding celebration.
Similar to before, Iman requested a deconstructed floral arch, centrepieces, buttonholes, poseur table flowers, and her bridal bouquet.
Iman’s bridal bouquet included blush bridal Proteas, trailing Jasmine and pearl Avalanche Roses. Alongside these were Cotinus, Ammi, David Austin ‘Rene Gosciny’ garden Roses and Café au lait dahlias. Finished with a hand-dyed silk ribbon by Kate Cullen, I kept long for a more romantic feel. Iman’s mum is a talented seamstress, and she kindly created a bespoke design for the occasion.
We redesigned the deconstructed flower arch from Iman and Nasib’s previous wedding at the Holland Park Orangery and gave it a more autumnal twist. As a result, this made an ideal backdrop for photographs.
You can learn more about Iman and Nasibs two-part wedding by reading my blog post, ‘Wedding Flowers at Holland Park Orangery‘.
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