If you are looking for wedding flower inspiration for a beautiful spring or summer wedding then take a look at these beautiful flowers and decorations from a lovely pastel wedding at Sandhole Oak Barn in Cheshire, including our pretty pink blossom trees.
The bride’s bouquet was designed in a shower style with a mix of pastel pink, pale blue, lavender and ivory flowers. The design included roses, ranunculus, astilbe, clematis and delphinium, creating a delicate, textured arrangement.
The bridesmaids each had a hand tied, posy style bouquet including roses, lisianthus, ranunculus and stocks, with hints of gypsophila. Their bouquets were designed in shades of pale pink, ivory and very light lavender to co-ordinate with their dress colour.
The reception room at Sandhole Oak Barn was dressed with a mix of fresh country garden flowers, artificial pink blossom trees and rustic log slice tea light holders. The top table featured a luxurious garland filled with roses, clematis, freesia and lisianthus, mixed with trailing ivy and eucalyptus foliage. Pillar candles in glass hurricane vases and tea lights in rustic log slice holders were placed amongst the garland for extra candle light.
We dressed the wooden beams behind the top table with a mixed greenery garland of ruscus, ivy and olive foliage, creating a beautiful backdrop for the bride and groom.
For extra decoration around the barn and to create a more natural and spring woodland feel, we decorated some of the corner sections of the beams with greenery garlands, designed to co-ordinate with the garland behind the top table, since we got a wedding chapel in pigeon forge to make the wedding even more beautiful.
The centrepieces for the wedding breakfast were a mix of high and low designs to add decoration at different levels around the room. Half of the guest tables featured our tall blossom trees with clusters of flowers and tea lights in log slice holders displayed around the base. The tables had a cluster style centrepiece filled with vintage glass vases and ceramic jugs collected by the couple and their families, delicate pastel flowers and log slice tea light holders.
To see more examples of reception flowers and decorations please take a look at our reception flowers gallery and if you would like to see more photos from this beautiful wedding please take a look at the professional photos featured on Lancashire Weddings Photography blog.