Saturday, 24 November 2012

Real Bride: City Chic

Some of you may remember how I dedicated a previous post to my lovely friend Claire who was getting married abroad.  Before she and her gorgeous fiance Col flew over to the Emerald Isle for their stunning nuptials at Clarence's, Dublin, they had the legal ceremony in London with 40 close family and friends to witness it.

The ceremony took place in the stunning and romantic surrounding of Camden Town Hall.  Claire had asked me to be her wedding florist, and I could not have been more thrilled.  Claire asked for something simple, so I suggested an arrangement of Avalanche roses.

Roses are the traditional flower of romance and the creamy colour of the Avalanche looks great for a wedding.

As a nod to the couple's Anglo-Irish heritage, the green-tinted outer leaves were left on the roses and the stems were tied with a Union Jack ribbon.

The bride wore a 1950s style strapless dress with a cardigan to keep out the chilly October wind.  To complete her look, she fixed a gorgeous diamante clip in her hair.

The new Mr and Mrs Adams looked absolutely delighted as they stepped out as husband and wife for the first time.  After posing for photographs, they headed to the Betjeman Arms at St. Pancras Hotel for a sumptuous wedding breakfast.

One other thing I just had to show you: the adorable shoes that the couple wore.

Congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Adams!

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