Kristina’s wedding bouquet was an elegant mix of roses, hydrangea and bouvardia with subtle pearl details.
The bridesmaids had a slightly smaller bouquet of roses, lisianthus and hydrangea. The white and ivory bouquets worked beautifully against their black, vintage inspired 50s style dresses.
At the entrance to the Great Hall we created a white and ivory flower heart decoration, filled with roses, gypsophila and lisianthus.
For their wedding ceremony we decorated the archway in the Great Hall at Peckforton Castle with a beautiful flower arch of roses, hydrangea, antonov blooms, lisianthus and gypsophila. The aisle was dressed with scattered petals and lanterns either side of their ivory aisle carpet.
We also provided white and ivory flower arrangements to decorate the floor standing candelabra displayed on the raised ceremony area. As well as arrangements in glass cube vases and small gold pots which decorated the signing table.
The bride and groom’s chairs were decorated with a small cluster of flowers tied on the back.
The wedding breakfast took place in the drawing room, which was dressed to suit their vintage hollywood glamour theme. The guest tables had black candelabra displayed in the centre with a collection of decorative glass vases arranged around the base. The vases contained clusters of delicate white and ivory flowers, including roses, lisianthus, gypsophila and blooms.
On the top table they had a selection of glass cube vases with mixed flower arrangements and small gold pots with mini arrangements of white and ivory flowers.
Single ivory roses tied with lace ribbon were placed in each place setting on the head table.
The fireplace behind the head table was dressed with a selection of ivory pillar candles and small arrangements in gold pots.
Kristina and Alan’s wedding was featured in the Special 150th edition of Wedding Ideas magazine!