Chris and Emily got married at The Mere Resort, a fabulous Cheshire wedding venue. They had a gorgeous mix of roses, hydrangea, bouvardia, orchids, lisianthus, calla lilies and gypsophila in shades of beautiful blush pink, ivory and cream with delicate greenery.
Emily had a long, trailing teardrop bouquet of ivory roses, cream spray roses, orchids, lisianthus, calla lilies, gypsophila and bouvardia with delicate greenery.
The bridesmaids each had a hand tied bouquet in shades of blush pink and ivory, including a mix of flowers to co-ordinate with the bride’s bouquet.
For the groom’s buttonholes we decided to use a white calla lily with mini orchid and spray roses to match with the flowers in Emily’s bouquet. The groomsmen were each given a single blush pink rose with simple greenery.
In the wedding ceremony room we displayed tall candelabra arrangements on white plinths to decorate either side of the aisle and at the front of the room on either side of the ceremony table. We also placed single ivory roses in the bows on the aisle chairs.
On the ceremony table we placed a long and low arrangements of roses, hydrangea, lisianthus and gypsophila. This arrangement was then used on the top table for the reception.
The reception guest tables were decorated with a mix of tall silver candelabra and tall glass vases. Each centrepiece featured a large floral arrangement in shades of ivory and blush pink and trailing greenery. The flowers we used included roses, hydrangea, antonov blooms, spray roses and gypsophila.
To decorate the top table we placed the long and low arrangement in the centre with a selection of mercury glass vases and candle stands displayed on either side.
We also provided gift bouquets and a hydrangea planted arrangement which were presented as thank you gifts during the speeches.