Hannah and Nathan got married at the beautiful Abbeywood Estate wedding venue, a lovely Delamere countryside wedding ceremony and reception venue with gorgeous gardens.
The colour scheme for their flowers was ivory, blush pink and pale peach. We used a mix of elegant and romantic country garden flowers, including large headed roses, spray roses, gypsophila, dianthus and bouvardia.
Hannah’s bouquet was a delicate mix of pastel wedding flowers, including blush pink Sweet Avalanche roses, ivory Avalanche roses, gypsophila, pale peach dianthus, lisianthus and white bouvardia. Small loops of ivory lace and faux pearls were nestled amongst the flowers to add a little extra detail to the design.
The bridesmaids had a smaller version of the bride’s bouquet and slightly less flower varieties in their bouquets.
For the mens’ buttonholes we used single ivory and blush pink roses with simple pittosporum greenery.
Their wedding ceremony and reception took place in the Glasshouse at Abbeywood Estate. To decorate at the front of the room on either side of the ceremony table we placed two candelabra arrangements on tall plinths. On the ceremony table they had a selection of glass bottles and vases filled with clusters of pastel wedding flowers.
To decorate along the aisle they had pillar candles in glass vases and scattered petals.
Hannah & Nathan chose to have a mix of centrepiece designs for their reception tables including low posy arrangements on silver stands, clusters of glass jars decorated with lace and hessian and filled with mixed pastel flowers, and tall silver candelabra arrangements.
At the entrance to the room they displayed LOVE letters on a vintage white ladder which we decorated with small glass jars filled with pastel wedding flowers.