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Becky and her groom were married in St John’s Church in Washingborough and wanted a single pedestal design. I re-created the waterfall design of the bouquet, rather than the more traditional design. Added into the pinks and ivory flowers were red roses as these had significance to the bride. This design was to be carried back to the Hall for the reception.
Washingborough Church Pedestal
Washingborough Hall was the setting for the wedding breakfast.
The top table had a trailing long and low design in a mix of red,
pinks and ivory flowers with mixed foliage.
Top Table design
The guest tables each had a 100 cm candelabra with a central point
display and 4 candles. The flower mix matched the top table.
I also provided real rose petals for the tables in a mix of colours.
Sally’s wedding was two years ago but her colours are still trending. She held it at the lovely Charlotte House Hotel in Lincoln’s historic Cathedral Quarter. Her colours were ivory and dusky pink The bridal bouquet consisted of dusky pink and ivory roses with white freesia and pitto foliage as a tight collar under the flowers.
Brides rose and freesia bouquet
Dusky Pink and ivory roses
Her maids carried a similar but smaller version of her bouquet.
All the men wore a simple single ivory rose with a couple of leaves of pitto.
The mum’s each wore a corsage of a rose with freesia and foliage. One with an ivory rose and one with a dusky pink.
Ivory rose corsage
The ceremony was held in The Library at Charlotte House and the table was dressed with a long and low of ivory and dusky pink roses, White freesia and ivory and dusky pink eustoma with mixed foliage. Either side the table was one of my bay trees.
Charlotte House Ceremony table
These were dressed with all in ivory.
For the wedding breakfast the ceremony table display was transferred to sit on the top table.
Top Table arrangement
Long and low display
The guest tables each had a lily vase with dusky pink and ivory eustoma and bear grass.
Lily vase centerpiece
Charlotte House orangery set up and waiting for the arrival of the bride and groom and their wedding party.
Charlotte House Top Table
Lily vase centerpieces
I was also asked to provide ‘Thank you’ flowers in the wedding colours to give out during the speeches.