The lovely Jennifer and Baqer got married at The Mere Golf Resort and Spa in the summer. Their colour scheme for the flowers and decorations was peach, coral and zesty lime green.
Jennifer’s beautiful wedding bouquet was a teardrop shape adorned with crystals and pearls. She had a vibrant mix of coral roses, peach roses, aster, lime chrysanthemums, orchids and freesia.
The bridesmaid bouquet was a similar mix of flowers to the bridal bouquet, but designed in a hand tied posy style.
The Groom’s buttonhole was a single Peach Avalanche rose with a small pale green lisianthus flower and thlaspi greenery. The groomsmen were each given a single coral rose with simple greenery for their buttonholes.
As they had a large number of guest tables for their wedding reception Jennifer & Baqer wanted to find a more decorative way of presenting the table plan cards than the traditional framed design, and that would also be more spread out making it easier for guests to find where they were sitting. I suggested a selection of potted rose plants in colours to co-ordinate with their theme. Each plant had a table card with the list of guests seated on that table, the plants could then be given out to guests at the end of the reception.
As well as a pair of bay trees displayed at the entrance to the suite we also provided a large tree display in the entrance area. The tree was dress with hanging roses, crystals and a floral garland of peach and coral roses, orange asclepia, mint carnations, lime green chrysanthemum and ivory spray roses.
In the ceremony room we displayed several tall arrangements on plinths which were then moved on to guest tables for during the wedding breakfast. We also provided an ivory aisle runner with scattered petals and a selection of small vases arranged on the ceremony table. The lime, peach and coral wedding flowers in the arrangements co-ordinated with those used in the bridal bouquet.
As they had a large number of guest tables for the wedding reception and to create more impact in the room they decided to have a mix of low and tall centrepiece designs. Half the tables had the tall willow branch displays and the other half featured a low textured posy arrangement.
Their top table was dressed with a long flower garland of coral and peach roses, hydrangea, lisianthus, carnations and aster with mixed foliage and twisted hazel branches.
Congratulations Jennifer & Baqer! Wishing both every happiness in your life together xx
To see more photos from their beautiful wedding please take a look at Ric Latham’s blog – http://riclatham.com/mere/