Joanna and David got married at St. Vincent’s Church in Altrincham and had their wedding reception at Colshaw Hall, a beautiful Cheshire wedding venue. The colour scheme for the wedding was peach and ivory with hints of silver.
Joanna’s peach and ivory wedding bouquet was a hand tied, textured mix of roses, spray roses, gypsophila, bouvardia and lisianthus with delicate greeenery.
The bridesmaids each had a smaller posy bouquet with a similar flower mix to the bride. We just altered the colour balance to have more ivory and just a hint of pale peach in the bridesmaids bouquets.
The Groom’s buttonhole was a single Peach Avalanche Rose with a smaller ivory spray rose and hint of light green pittosporum foliage.
The ladies jacket corsages were a delicate cluster of ivory spray roses and double lisianthus with pittosporum foliage.
In St. Vincent’s Church we decorated the pew ends with clusters of ivory gypsophila tied with pale peach and ivory ribbons.
For the reception decorations at Colshaw Hall we decorated the tables with a cluster centrepiece design. Each table had a beautiful selection of silver vintage look mercury glass vases filled with peach and ivory flowers. The flowers included roses, gypsophila, hypericum berries and lisianthus.
The vases were arranged on a large round table mirror and teamed with tea lights in glass holders.
Joanna and David also hired our cream wedding card post box, which was displayed on the gift table.
To see more from their beautiful wedding please take a look at this blog post from the amazing Lawson Photography – http://www.lawsonphotography.co.uk/Blog/2015/10/joanna-davids-wedding-at-colshaw-hall/