White and navy blue wedding flowers at Sandhole Oak Barn

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venue dressing at sandhole barn

Sam and Will got married at St. James’ and St. Paul’s Church in Marton and had their wedding reception at Sandhole Oak Barn, a gorgeous barn wedding venue in Cheshire. It was lovely working with them both to design the perfect decorations for their wedding day, and I also got to work with my good friend Francesca at The Cheshire Cat Cake Company who designed their beautiful wedding cake.

The colour scheme for their wedding was of ivory, cornflower blue and navy blue. The flowers we used in the bouquets and arrangements included roses, hydrangea, gerbera, antirrhinum, agapanthus, gentiana and eryngium thistle

The bride’s bouquet was a hand tied style with lots of different textures. We used a mix of ivory avalanche roses, delicate ivory spray roses, cornflower blue hydrangea, dark blue agapanthus and navy blue eryngium thistle, with eucalyptus foliage. The stems were bound with navy blue ribbon and finished with pearl headed pins.

Hand tied bouquet of hydrangea, roses, thistle and gerbera

Hand tied bouquet of hydrangea, roses, thistle and gerbera

Navy blue ribbon binding with pearl detail

Navy blue ribbon binding with pearl detail

The bridesmaids each had a bouquet of ivory avalanche roses with eucalyptus foliage.

Bridesmaid bouquet of ivory roses with eucalyptus foliage

Bridesmaid bouquet of ivory roses with eucalyptus foliage

To co-oridinate with the bouquets the Groom and groomsmen each had an ivory rose buttonhole with navy blue thistle and eucalyptus.

Ivory rose and eryngium thistle buttonhole

Ivory rose and eryngium thistle buttonhole

To dress the entrance to the church we placed a pair of bay trees decorated with silk ivory roses and navy ribbon bow.

Bay trees dressed with navy ribbons at the church entrance

Bay trees dressed with navy ribbons at the church entrance

Pretty clusters of ivory flowers with navy eryngium thistle were displayed on the pew ends to decorate inside the church.

Church wedding pew end flowers

Church wedding pew end flowers

Church pew end flowers with navy and ivory ribbons

Church pew end flowers with navy and ivory ribbons

Beautiful bride and groom at Sandhole Oak Barn

Beautiful bride and groom at Sandhole Oak Barn

For their wedding reception decorations we designed tall vase arrangements for each guest table. The arrangement of ivory and blue flowers featured tall willow branches with fun photos of the guests.

Tall vase arrangement at Sandhole Oak Barn

Tall vase arrangement at Sandhole Oak Barn

Their table plan frame was dressed with a cluster of flowers and eucalyptus foliage to co-ordinate with the table flowers.

Mirror table plan with rose decoration

Mirror table plan with rose decoration

Rustic tall vase arrangements with white and blue wedding flowers

Rustic tall vase arrangements with white and blue wedding flowers

The top table had a long arrangement of white and blue flowers to match those in the table centrepieces.

Top table arrangement of roses, gerbera, hydrangea and eryngium thistle

Top table arrangement of roses, gerbera, hydrangea and eryngium thistle

For extra decoration around the room we also provided cream birdcages filled with flowers. The two larger birdcages were displayed on wooden plinths either side of the window area.

Large cream birdcage filled with flowers

Large cream birdcage filled with flowers

Cream birdcage filled with roses and thistle

Cream birdcage filled with roses and thistle

Sam and Will’s beautiful white and blue wedding cake was designed by my very talented friend Francesca at The Cheshire Cat Cake Company.

Gorgeous wedding cake by Cheshire Cat Cake Company

Gorgeous wedding cake by Cheshire Cat Cake Company

 

I'm Laura, I love flowers and anything to do with weddings! I am so passionate about design and enjoy working with clients to create something that is unique and tailor made for them. On the blog I will share with you all our latest work and the beautiful weddings I have been working on.

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