Emma & Tom got married at St. Cuthbert’s Church and had their wedding reception at Rookery Hall in Cheshire.
The style for the wedding was romantic and elegant with vintage accessories. Their colour scheme for the flowers and decorations was ivory, blush pink and pale peach.
Emma’s hand tied bouquet was a delicate, textured mix of Avalanche and Sweet Avalanche roses, Cream gracia spray roses, gypsophila and carnations. I love the subtle pink flecks in the carnation, the colour blends so well with the blush pink roses.
The bridesmaids had smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, which co-ordinated beautifully with their peach dresses.
Emma & Tom decided they would like to have carnation buttonholes with a hint of gypsophila, the groom having a peach one and groomsmen with ivory.
At the church we dressed the pew ends with tied clusters of gypsophila and placed a low arrangement on the signing table which they could take with them to use at the reception afterwards.
For the reception decorations we decided to have a mix of low and tall vase arrangements to create more interest in the room. Each guest table had a selection of vintage china cups filled with clusters of flowers arranged around the base of the main centrepiece.
On the top table they had a selection of small vases and vintage china filled with pink and peach wedding flowers and a central low arrangement which was brought from the church after their ceremony.
We also provided a selection of vintage china filled with clusters of flowers to decorate the cake table and gift table.
A few kind words from Emma about their wedding flowers –
“I just wanted to thank you for the beautiful wedding flowers. The day wouldn’t have been the same without them- they provided a lovely back drop to our special day and everybody was so impressed by them.”
Thank you Emma & Tom for choosing me to provide the flowers for your wedding day and also for sending the beautiful photographs by Dan Maudsley from their wedding day.