Samlesbury Hall Dressed to Impress
Welcome to the incredibly magical Samlesbury Hall, where wedding dreams really do come true!!!!
The Whittaker Room at Samlesbury Hall is a very special room licensed for civil ceremonies, we'd dressed the Registrars table with a fabulous design dominated by two Candles in hurricane lamps, gorgeous "Snow Ball" Hydrangeas, Delphinium Elatum, Stocks and Schwartzwalder Calla Lilies
On the end of each alternate chair we arranged a posy of Roses, Stocks, Astilbe, Myrtle, Viburnum, Thistles and Hosta
A fabulous Cake design from Joe & Janine from Specialized Cakes
The Great Hall looked utterly magical dressed in Black & White
We gave each table a completely different treatment, which just goes to show how adaptable this space is and how easily you can make it your own, this one had a sumptuous Baroque style candelabra in the centre of the table, we included, Roses, Orchids, Stocks, Wax Flower Blossom and Hydrangeas
I love this truly wintery design our "Spooky Tree" complete with glass orbs containing fresh flowers and tea light candles
A tremendous huge black martini glass filled with Black and white blooms, with illuminated glass orbs on bejewelled strands hanging from the design
Our Über elegant silver candle stick topped with an arrangement of white Delphinium Elatum, white Stocks, white Roses, Astilbe and Black Calla Lilies, hanging just below the flowers our fabulous glass orbs containing tea lights illuminate the design beautifully.
A two tier candelabra in black wrought iron topped with six chapel candles, the fresh flowers are arranged on two levels leaving a clear view between for guests to see one another
The seriously elegant top table
The top table was dressed with a collection of our elegant crystal
On the grand piano a candle lit hurricane lamp surrounded by fresh seasonal flowers including Snowberry, Bouvardia, Gerbera, Stocks, Quercus and Roses
The fabulous team of wedding suppliers responsible for putting together such a fabulous look
Our Lantern trees looked fabulous on either side of the front door, particularly once it had gone dark!
This was a hugely successful evening brilliantly organised by the C&B Team at Samlesbury Hall