Beautiful Gypsophila Wedding Flowers at Gate Street Barn in Surrey
These beautiful gypsophila wedding flowers concluded the year quite literally on New Year’s Eve, on a wonderful high note at Gate Street Barn. A very single-minded design with a focus on all things white, really pure and light mix of flowers and more candles than you can light alone, made this such a pure and snowy look that I really had to call this post ‘Hope’. Welcoming the New Year with renewed freshness and determination to embrace life with a light heart, I found myself making early New Year resolutions while driving away fom the beautiful Gate Street Barn on that frosty afternoon.
For this wonderful winter wedding the only hint of colour was in the bridal bouquet, with just a hint of pale blush of O’Hara roses, and lisianthus buds. For the rest of it, gypsophila was the main and feature flowers. The banqueting tables layout for these gypsophila wedding flowers at Gate Street Barn meant that a tall gypsophila centrepiece was placed every 3-4 seats or so, leaving plenty of room low down at table level, to add a beautiful array of vintage silver vases and mercury glass votives, all with a pretty mix of roses, gypsophila and hydrangeas in small posies. These tall gypsophila wedding flowers centrepieces were given a special wow factor by using the prettier fluffier variety of gypsophila, in very generous bunches, to create a giant cloudy mass of gypsophila. Quite a different beast to the gypsophila used in days gone past in old fashioned church displays or cheap supermarket bouquets, this variety has large and much lacier little blooms, with a beautiful texture and density, and appears much more white when used en-mass.
To suit the winter wonderland theme of crisp white and silvers, we used our very elegant silver fluted vases, which reflect the candlelight beautifully in the evening. Matching these, all the silver vintage candle stocks and small vases and votives, added a beautiful crisp but romantic look to the pretty gypsophila wedding flowers. I absolutely loved the purity of these uncomplicated dreamy gypsophila wedding flowers centrepieces!