I have a beautiful spring wedding to share with you of our lovely bride & groom Christina & Doug who got married at Sandhole Oak Barn, one of our favourite cheshire wedding venues. The gorgeous photos are kindly shared from Shane Webber Photography.
The colour scheme for the wedding was raspberry pink mixed with lighter pink and ivory. We used a lovely selection of roses, ranunculus, tulips, bouvardia, phlox and eryngium thistle.
For the groom and groomsmen buttonholes we created a cluster design of raspberry pink spray roses and thistle with olive greenery and finished with natural twine around the stem for a rustic look. The ladies corsages included a mix of ivory spray roses and white lisianthus with olive greenery.
Christina and Doug got married at St James’ and St Paul’s Church in Marton, it’s a beautiful church very close to Sandhole Oak Barn. We tied simple raspberry tulip bunches on the pew ends along the aisle to add some floral decor in the church. Tulips are the perfect flower to reflect the spring season and look very effective simply tied together in bunches. They are available in a large variety of colours, I particularly love all the different shades of pink.
Their reception decor continued with the raspberry pink colour scheme with gold geometric elements featuring in the decorations. We dressed the entrance area with rustic ladder decorated with flowers and LOVE letters along with geometric forms suspended from the beams.
Their large table centrepiece arrangements are from our luxury silk hire range which can be customised to suit your colour scheme. To co-ordinate with the gold geometric details we displayed the arrangements on gold metal stands. With the large ceiling and dramatic beams at Sandhole Oak Barn the larger displays create more impact in the room and really wow your guests when they enter the room for your wedding breakfast.
The top table was decorated with a natural flower garland and gold geometric tea light holders. This elegant design creates a beautiful setting for the bride & groom and the low style arrangement provides a clear view across the room for speeches.