English Country Wedding at St Annes Parish Church, Singleton & Singleton Lodge

We dreesed the arch over the front door with Hydrangeas, Orchids, Faith & Metalina Roses, Lisianthus, dill, Alchemilla Mollis and dangly Amaranthus.

We made posies of fragrant hyacinths, Roses, Tulips and herbs to dress the end of every other pew. The very happy groom wore a boutonierre created from a pale pink Calla Lily, Lily of the Valley, Wax Flower "Wendy" and Eryngium.
The Groom's Mum was a vision in pale green and her epaulette corsage co-ordinated perfectly, we included pale green hypericum berries, Singapore Orchids and a Crystal Blush Calla lily.
The vivacious Brides Mum who was wearing outfit number four and looked quite magnificent in it, also wore a corsage of Dolce Vita Roses, Mimi Eden Spray Roses, Milano Roses and Rolled petals.

Grandmas with their beautifukky co-ordinated corsages

Groom's Sisters with corsage and wrist corsage designed to compliment their outfits.

Page Boy with a Mimi Eden Rose Bud Buttonhole

Gorgeous Flower Girl with a garland halo style head dress with Stephanotis, Mimi Eden, Wax Flower and herbs

Lucinda arrives wearing a lovely Kate Sherford Gown available from Dreamcatcher Bridal in Kirkham.
Lucinda's tapestry style bridal bouquet, it was all about texture and variety, included within the bouquet is Eryngium, Peonies, Eucharis Lilies, Stephanotis, Hyacinths, Artemis, Blue Curiosa, Avalanche and Metalina Roses, Pale Pink callas, Blue Delphinium Volkerfrieden, Lily of the Valley, Hostas and Ferns and grasses.
The bridesmaids wore pale dove grey gowns from Coast.
I included Peoniies, Sweet Peas, Roses and foliages in their bouquets.

After the ceremony we removed the pedestals and pew ends from church and took them to Singleton Lodge where they graced the reception drinks area beautifully.

The table centres were textured floral cakes on raised cake plates


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