The start of the Adler Wedding Day



Sometimes I feel like such a fraud, I get to work with some of the most beautiful things in creation, fresh flowers add this to arranging them at the most glorious venue Lytham Hall alongside the very best wedding industry specialists, Paul Rowley, Phil Garlington (Photographer), Ken Blakemore (CK Marquees), Stewy Vuitton (S&P Hair) Classic Ensembles and Richard & Christy from the Hall and I can’t help feeling extremely lucky. My Father always used to say that “Fuggles” (non-florist folk) actually pay for fulfilment, visual enjoyment, and natural highs, and though these lovely people pretty much always get paid considerably more than florists, they don’t enjoy their work half as much as we do.This weekend was no exception
Stewy "Vuitton" from S&P hair had done wonderful job of teasing curls into Vickie's hair.
The Bouquet was in a “Flower Design” hand tied style with a lovely combination of fresh seasonal flowers that bridge the change in seasons, lovely textures and luscious summer/autumnal blooms, the shades used also create a feeling of romance and femininity we used Cymbidium orchids in a fresh green shade with a burgundy throat, Aubergine Callas, Cream Cezanne Roses with the blush of claret on the edges of each petal, Metalina & Black Baccara Roses studded with tiny diamantes and velvety Celosia cushions alongside a selection of fragrant herbs and foliages
Champagne on trays of rose petals were served by very handsome Rowley’s waiters and superb Rowley’s canap├ęs. This is Edward Jackson who has superb taste in Florists. The Flower Design Seating plan we thought that using numbers but as words was far more classy (Jason's idea not mine)

The guests were split between The Gillow Room & The Gold Room


Classic Ensembles are seriously a class act I loved their Cold Play Viva La Vida piece.
Young Tristan, a shining star amongst the Groom's Men
The Marquee looked truly superb, the colours were simply perfect and though I do say so my self the flowers looked glorious with exquisite Gloriosa lilies, velvety Celosia, Black Magic Roses, Orchids, Euphorbia Fulgens and dramatic trails of Blackberries almost good enough to eat. It really is the ideal setting for a celebration, if you set a first-rate scene you will have a first-class party and they did! Three generations of stylish ladies, Ruth, Jordanna & Mrs Fletcher

Top Table inspired by The Hanging Gardens of Babylon

Mark & Vickie’s wedding was exceptional in every way, they had a first class team around them headed up by Franklyn Sheldon who managed and organised, arranged and list checked throughout the day. Mark arrived first in an amazing black Rolls Royce Phantom, this car has presence and it seemed to absorb the drive way, it looked perfect on the front of the hall, the guys were all suited and booted and looked first class “Tristan” was the star of the show and seemed to hold court amongst the men. Then the very elegant and leggy Ruth Adler with her unbelievable killer heals, the whole Adler clan and Mrs Fletcher assembled for piccys with the Phantom. Ben Adler

Spectacular Lytham Hall
The Happy Couple



Phil Garlington got stuck into the necessary group shots before he could really get going on his signature arty shots (I can’t wait to see the results, he is a very special photographer!) Lovely Liz (Brides Mum) and the uber-gorgeous bridesmaid Heather
What a very happy girl!
The beautifully fragrant white chocolate cake, decorated with fresh roses, rose hips and orchids.
Paul Rowley, with the Bride & Groom's Champers


The arrival of "Summer"

Flowers in the Hall included this fabulous all round pedestal and a garland of flowers and foliages up the staircase lit by lanterns and scattered with autumn leaves and fresh fragrant rose petals.
Summer's head dress of Tamango rose buds, Sedum & Celosia florettes.
Summer's Pommander

Richard & Christy (The hall team) do this fab thing, they close the window shutters whilst the bride arrives, so no sneak previews and then open them as soon as she is in, someone said “It’s like the bride bringing in the sunshine”. I love this it’s a bit of theatre that brings majesty to the event. The ceremony was lovely and was enjoyed by lots more guests in The Gillow room on a huge projector screen, this worked beautifully and everyone had the best view in the house




Comments

Ben Glover said…
Fantastic day for a wedding, could not have had it better. Canapes were fantastic (not that I tasted many as I was working !!) Great Jazz band to round off a successful day
Sparky said…
Fantastic!!!! What more can i say. Everything on the day was amazing, the food,the company,the setting,the bride,but the FLOWERS were out of this world!!!! Jane and her team did an amazing job and made our special day even more amazing than we could have dreamed of!!! Thanks again for doing such a great job
Mark & Vickie Adler

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