Today's blog posting not only features a truly beautiful wedding but also some absolutely stunning images by the exceptional Tim Emmerton Photography, it's always a huge joy to work with Tim, his attention to detail and patience are legendary and the entire Flower Design team love working with him, he's also pretty generous with his images too...
Our tale begins with the presentation of the Bridal Bouquet; a seasonal confection of Roses, Hyacinths, Anemones, Sweet Peas, Lilac, Tulips and Viburnum Opulus, Ruby had the pleasure of the big reveal
Ruby showed everyone how to carry their bouquets perfectly
We included a myriad of seasonal gloriousness in each bouquet, fresh Lilac, Hyacinths, Roses, Tulips, Anemones and Peppermint
Ruby attached the Bride's own vintage brooch to her bouquet handle
Lynette's beautiful Mum's Corsage was next to be presented, more of that later...
The lovely Lynette with her super proud Dad
I love this Wedding Bouquet, such a glorious collection of rich and vibrant texture, Amnesia, Avalanche, Cool Water and Ocean Song Roses were combined with Lilac, Viburnum Opulus, Hyacinths, Sweet Peas, Purple Prince Tulips, Canto Calla lilies, Alchemilla Mollis, Thalaspi and Peppermint
Completely stunning Lynette and her lovely Mum complete with her corsage of Freesia, Sweet Peas and Roses
At St Oswald's Church two of our Baroque Candelabras were placed on pedestals framing the ceremony space perfectly
The Candelabras were dressed with a luscious collection of Hydrangeas, Stocks, Roses and Tulips with Hostas, Thalaspi and Ivy trails
On the end chair in each row lining the aisle we'd hung a posy of fresh flowers in glass jars
The Bridesmaids looked beautiful
Their Beautiful Bridesmaid's Posies matched their gowns perfectly
Arriving at Church...
Lynette's super handsome Bride Groom the lovely Mark waiting patiently
Huge congratulations to Mark and Lynette from all of the team here at Flower Design
The celebrations moved on to the fabulous surroundings of The Great Hall at Mains, where the tables were dressed with a combination of different designs, each table was named after a Fairytale
One of our silver fruit bowls filled with a lusciously classic design of Hydrangeas, Roses, Calla Lilies, Tulips and Stocks
The Beauty and the Beast Top Table had a traditional central design and then individual designs created to resemble the characters from the musical
Belle the beautiful Rose under a glass cloche
"Mrs Potts" Silver Tea Pot filled with fresh flowers
The Seating Plan dressed with a swag of fresh flowers
Posies of fresh flowers dressed all of the bar tables
Huge thanks to Mark and Lynette for choosing us to create their wedding flowers for them, and to the lovely Tim Emmerton for providing such breathtaking images for us to use.