Vik and Martin had a beautiful spring wedding at Inglewood Manor, a gorgeous country house hotel in Cheshire. To suit the season and style of the venue they chose a soft pastel colour theme for the decorations including dusky pink wedding flowers mixed with other ivory and nude flowers.
For the bridal bouquet I created a natural, unstructured design including roses, ranunculus, hydrangea, gypsophila and trailing greenery. Vik’s bouquet was designed in more neutral colours with subtle hints of nude and blush pink, where as the bridesmaids’ simpler hand tied bouquets included more blush and dusky pink wedding flowers to match their dresses.
The bouquets were finished with trailing satin and silk ribbons in a shades of ivory, nude and blush pink.
Beautiful, tall vase arrangements were placed on plinths to decorate the ceremony room, along with small vases of flowers displayed along the registrar’s table. The tall vases were then used as centrepieces for the wedding breakfast.
The reception room at Inglewood Manor has gorgeous wood panelled walls and dramatic fireplaces, the perfect setting for a country manor house wedding. The centrepieces filled with dusky pastel wedding flowers really softened the room and created a romantic setting for their wedding breakfast.
To suit the size of the room and have decoration at different levels we decided to mix high and low centrepieces both designed in a similar style. The tall vase arrangements also featured hanging glass baubles with dusky pink rose heads inside.
On Vik & Martin’s top table we used a selection of silver mercury glass vases filled with clusters of dusky pink and cream roses, along with tea lights in glass holders. We have an extensive range of glassware available to hire and various candle & tea light holders including silver, gold and rose gold mercury glass, please contact us for more information.
If you would like to see more from this pretty spring wedding at Inglewood Manor take a look at the blog post of professional images by A W Photography