Hannah & Tim got married at St. Bernard’s Church and had their wedding reception at Inglewood Manor, a beautiful country house wedding venue. The colour scheme for their spring wedding was white and plum. They wanted tulips to be the main flower in the wedding, especially for the bouquets and centrepieces.
Hannah’s bouquet was a classic hand tied of purple tulips with natural greenery.
The bridesmaids each had a smaller hand tied bouquet of white tulips with plum ribbon binding on the stems.
For the buttonholes and corsages we used white and plum calla lilies, the Groom had a plum calla lily to match the bride’s plum tulip bouquet and the groomsmen each had a white calla lily.
For their reception decorations we created large vase arrangements of tulips for each guest table centrepiece, which looked beautiful in the reception room at Inglewood Manor. To incorporate both colours in to the room we decided to have half of the vases filled with white tulips and the other half filled with plum tulips. This spread the colour evenly around the room and still kept the elegant simplicity of the table vase designs.
The top table had a mix of glass vases each filled with small clusters of white and plum tulips to co-ordinate with the guest table arrangements.
Inside the entrance of Inglewood manor is a dramatic staircase which we dressed with a pair of flower hearts and a mixed foliage garland.