The Magnificent Samlesbury Hall Wedding Open Evening
It was still daylight when the doors were opened to this magnificent Tudor wedding venue Samlesbury Hall for their open evening where Brides & Grooms were invited to enjoy not only the magnificent hospitality of the superb C&B team including Canapes and Champers but also to view the Civil Ceremony Chapel and the magnificent Banqueting Hall all dressed to impress!
The very lovely Lindsay & Angela who organise all things wedding at Salmesbury Hall, they do a truly fabulous job ensuring their Bride's and Groom's have the most special day of their lives!!! This is such a unique civil ceremony space, it's steeped in history and even has a minstrels gallery so some of your guests can enjoy a "Birds Eye" view of the proceedings!
We'd dressed the Registrars Table with a candlelit design and arranged posies on some of the chairs
This traditional design is perfect for using on the top table later or for dressing the piano or any of the sideboards or ledges throughout the hall
The Pew End Chair Dressings are arranged on alternate chairs, we've used a combination of Roses and Lissianthus, Lemon scented Wax Flower and fragrant Freesias, I love the idea of the Bride wafting past and the sweet fragrance of the flowers being carried up the aisle with her.
A very elegant silver baroque style candelabra dressed with lots of lovely fresh spring blooms including Tulips, Ranunculas, Hyacinths and Wax Flower a lovely fragrant vintage table design
Top table swag style centrepiece dominated by a cluster of chapel candles and fresh flowers creating a lovely focal point just in front of where the Bride & Groom would be seated, this design is created to enhance the swagging navy voile across the front of the table. Hurricane lamp table centrepiece, lots of lovely fresh fragrant flowers surrounding a large chapel candle in the centre of a glass hurricane lamp. I love these Verdi Gris urns these can be partnered with the gorgeous verdi gris candelabras and look fabulous in more rustic locations.
A silver fruit bowl filled with fresh flowers the perfect low design partner for the silver baroque candelabra most people choose to have half of their tables with the higher candelabras and half of their table dressed with the silver fruit bowl.
The Verdi Gris Candelabra a little bit more rustic and it take long elegant candles giving it a completely different look
So now it's gone dark the lanterns and candle trees outside the front door look fabulous
The two tiered more gothic style candleabras have flowers arranged on two levels, the black wrought iron work looks great with the antique clover style floor standing candelabras provided by Samlesbury Hall, I think the hurricane lamp design is the perfect low table design partner for these fab table centrepieces