Sunday, 29 July 2012

A country themed wedding

 The whole styling of this wedding was to be a country feel. Mainly white/ivory and green with a hint of pink.
The brides bouquet was a mix of seasonal flowers with eustoma, september, Ammi, stocks, freesia, sweet williams with Cezanne roses. The foliage was lily grass and tree fern. The stems were bound with ivory lace.
 The bridesmaids each carried a similar style, but smaller, bouquet but with a hint more colour. The stems were again bound with lace.
 The flower girls both carried a silver heart wand with a single Cezanne rose and sweet william florets.
 The groom wore a buttonhole of an Avalanche rose with freesia florets and tree fern and ruscus.
 The groomsmen each wore a single Avalanche rose with tree fern and ruscus.
 The grand mothers wore a freesia corsage with September flowers.
 The mums each wore a corsage of a Cezanne rose with freesias.

Tuesday, 17 July 2012

Gainsborough OId Hall

Exciting news......After a lovely conversation with Amanda, Gainsborough Old Hall's wedding planner, this morning I am very pleased and excited to announce I have been chosen as one of their preferred wedding suppliers.
This is such a unique venue in our area with a fascinating history, well worth a look around in its own right, never mind as a stunning place to get married. There are four rooms with civil licenses as well as for holding your reception. Go to Gainsborough weddings for more information.

I have also booked to display at their wedding fayre on Sunday 2nd September. Come along and speak to me and many other suppliers about your wedding day.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Elsham Hall

Carl and Clare were married and held their reception at Elsham Hall. The romantic and sparkly theme was to be carried through the whole day.
Clare had requested that the lovely archway that Elaine provides was to be covered in flowers to create an enchanted walkway through which her and her groom would walk through to the registars table.
In the design were freesia, bud roses, gyp and carnations with plenty of tulle and diamante.
On four of the radiator covers we also placed small arrangements in matching flowers.
The registrars table with its own light curtain had a long and low design of freesia, roses, gyp carnations and stallion chrysants.
The lovely cup cake tower, made by Julia of Tulips kitchen, with individual florets of spray carnations, roses, and gyp wrapped in foliage, lace or with diamante.

One of the table candelabras, provided by Elaine of Bride Beautiful Ltd, for the guest table centrepieces.
Again, lace, freesia, roses, gyp and stallion chrysants are included.
My next post will be photos provided by the official photographer, Chris Lynn, who has kindly sent me some images of the tables set up amongst others.