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Amaryllis + Manor Wedding Inspiration

Winter brides, meet your new best friend: Amaryllis. This bloom has a silky feathery texture, which reminds us of stylish floral sashes on wedding gowns. We will leave with you Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers and her inspiration with this bloom:

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Inspiration board credits, clockwise: Alder Manor wedding shot by Brookelyn Photography; Kelmscott Manor; mercury glass vases from Horchow; Alder Manor photoshoot by Readyluck; Trinity College Library, Dublin, Ireland

English Tudor Manor wedding ideas

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From Sarah Winward: I love the idea of a cozy winter wedding in a historic building. Perhaps the environment is a bit dark with only some chandeliers and windows for light… we would use lots of candles in tarnished candlesticks to make the tables glow. In this centerpiece arrangement rich orange and blues are contrasted with flowers that are a true white, a perfect color combination to match the moody but elegant venue. Amaryllis are a wonderful flower for winter weddings, they are large, and have a shape similar to a lily, with several blooms on each stem. Privet berry, kumquat and ranunculus (a few of my winter staples).

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Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers is a member of our vendor guide Blue Label

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