Elisa and Anthony got married at The Monastery Manchester, one of our favourite Manchester wedding venues! The colour scheme for their wedding was ivory, blush pink, pale blue and dusky blue.
The wedding flowers we used in the bouquets and arrangements included large headed roses, spray roses, hydrangea, delphinium and succulents mixed with dusky grey eucalyptus, senecio (dusty miller) and mimosa foliage.
Elisa’s wedding bouquet was a hand tied posy design with lots of different textures. The bouquet included beautiful blush pink Sweet Avalanche Roses, dusky blue hydrangea, spray roses, delphinium and succulents.
The bridesmaids each had a smaller, and slightly simpler version of the the bride’s bouquet. The colour mix worked perfectly against their blush pink bridesmaids dresses.
The Groom’s buttonhole was a blush pink Sweet Avalanche rose with small succulent and dusty miller foliage.
The Groomsmen each had a single ivory Avalanche Rose buttonhole with dusty miller grey foliage.
For the ladies we designed elegant jacket corsages of beautiful ivory spray roses and double lisianthus.
For their wedding ceremony we designed a long arrangement to be displayed on the ceremony table, which was then used on the top table for the reception.
To dress the ceremony area they had silver candelabra displayed on tall white plinths along the aisle. We decorated each candelabra with a mixed arrangement in shades of blush pink, ivory and dusky blue with trailing eucalyptus foliage.
The candelabra were then used as the centrepiece on each guest table during the reception.
Thank you to Will Hey Photography for sending the beautiful bouquet and room photos. To see more from this wedding please take a look at this gorgeous blog post – http://www.willheyweddingphotography.com/blog/elisa-and-anthonys-wedding-preview-from-gorton-monastery-manchester/