The lovely Mr & Mrs Turrell got married at The Monastery, an amazing Manchester wedding venue. The colour scheme for the wedding flowers was pastel shades of pink, lemon, peach and spring green. They had a gorgeous selection of roses including Peach Avalanche, Illios and Sweet Avalanche mixed with pale pink hydrangea, gypsophila (baby’s breath) and lisianthus.
Aimee’s bouquet was a hand tied textured design, including roses, lisianthus and gypsophila with light green thlaspi greenery. We used a delicate band of lace from her wedding dress to bind the stems of the bouquet which finished off the design perfectly. Her bridesmaids were each given a smaller bouquet with the same mix of flowers.
We dressed the candelabra provided by The Monastery with floral arrangements of roses and gypsophila (baby’s breath). The arrangements were placed on white plinths to line the aisle during the wedding ceremony. Each candelabra was then used as the centrepiece on each guest table for the wedding breakfast.
On the ceremony table we created a long and long arrangement which was then displayed on the top table after the ceremony.
The Monastery wedding flowers included Sweet Avalanche roses, Peach Avalanche roses, Illios roses, Jana spray roses, cream lisianthus, baby’s breath and green chrysanthemum.
To decorate their wedding cake we provided a small cluster of pink, lemon and peach roses with gypsophila and greenery. The small cluster of flowers was placed on the top tier of the wedding cake.