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18 July 2012

Wow, this year is racing past...

Wow, this year is racing past very quickly.  Have been so busy making up gorgeous blooms for weddings, yacht clients, clients staying in luxury fincas, writing my weekly column Fabulous Flowers in the Mallorca Daily Bulletin every Tuesday and more...!  Sometimes, it only hits me how much we have done when I look through all our photographs and this helps to keep a record of everything... that and the flower bill I receive monthly from my wholesalers...

This was the first bride´s bouquet of the season, back in April, which we have been asked to recreate twice more this season, with crystals for one and no jewels for the other.

Peonies were ever popular with brides in the months of May and June and many a disappointed bride when I tell them that the season for these gorgeous heavenly blooms finishes at the end of June.. perhaps that makes them a little more special?

Here a couple of bridesmaids´ posies and a simple one for a tiny flower girl

This beautiful cream Peony smelt absolutely divine and went to a lovely lady from Ireland who was marrying a man who had left the priesthood to be with her.  They came to Mallorca for two days and were married in Deia church.  A lovely couple!

 The bride for this wedding last month wanted a "shabby chic feel"- posies tied with lace.

The brides bouquet bursting with Peonies, Roses and Sweet Peas

Decadent balls of Peonies, Roses and Lisianthus, sat on pillars, cube vases and candles at the end of each line of chairs
Vases of white Roses on the tables

 One happy couple at the gorgeous Port Verd with a bouquet of white Peonies and purple Lisianthus
Moving away from Peonies.. a couple more of our latest designs..

Hydrangeas with Roses, Scabious, Nigella and Rosemary, one of my favourites!
The lilac coloured wedding, with an abundance of Lavender, on the napkins, on the cake and here in the bouquets, the sweet smell was intoxicating and hopefully, helped calm some nerves on the day.

Here we used all Phaleanops Orchids, a variety called Hot Lips for the bouquets, the church and the reception
 The bride making final adjustments to Dad before entering the church

Pretty in pink

This bride was mad about Gerberas...
 as I think you can see here!

Hope you enjoyed the catch up on what we have been doing the last few months here in Mallorca and will be back soon with the next installment!