Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Nicola & David's Bright & Colourful Spring Wedding Day at St Annes Singleton & Singleton Lodge

We were all very excited for Nicola & David's Wedding Day, we couldn't wait to start creating some beautiful designs with her fabulous selection of fresh Spring Blooms, her colour palette of lemons, creams, Purple and blue was just so fresh and full of zing!!!
The presentation of the Bridal bouquets was such a joy and it was so lovely to see Nicola's stunning sister Emma again, we'd created wedding flowers for her and hubby Andrew a couple of years ago (Link)

Next stop was the stunning Church of St Anne's Singleton, where the ceremony was to take place


The porch area was dressed with our Birdcage lanterns dressed with ribbons and fresh flowers



The Bride had provided vintage bunting to dress the porch
Inside fresh flower posies decorated the pews and fabulous pedestals framed the ceremony space


The Pew End Posie included fresh fragrant Stocks, Godetia, Roses, Muscari, Achillea, Sweet Peas and Champagne Grass

The fabulous stone pedestals filled with a glorious array of English Garden Blooms including tall elegant Delphinium Elatum, Hortensia, Hydrangeas, Ranunculas, Iris, Spirea Blossom, Roses, Viburnum Opulus and lots of fresh Herbs

The Bride Groom's rather special Boutonniere of Oncidium Orchids, Muscari, Snowflake Rose buds, Hydrangea Florets and rolled Memory Lane Rose Petals
All of the Groom's Men were wearing different Boutonniere's

A Ranuncula and a Memory Lane Rose Boutonniere


David, Nicola's super handsome Bride Groom




A lovely ivory & Lime Corsage
The fabulous Bridesmaids were next to arrive
Each of the Bridesmaid's Bouquets were slightly different from each other

We included, Blue Bells, Lemon Ranunculas, Godetia, Muscari, Freesia, Sweet Peas, Hyacinths, Roses, White Peonies, Oncidium Orchids, Lemon Calla Lilies and Wax Flower Blossom

The arrival of our totally gorgeous Bride Nicola with her lovely Dad







Nicola's wedding bouquet was created from a profusion of Lemon, Purple, Lavender, Blue & Ivory Spring Flowers
We included fresh Lily of the Valley, Ranunculas, Lemon & White Peonies, Blue Bells, Sweet Peas, Oncidium Orchids, Freesia, Hyacinths, Muscar, Roses, Viburnum Opulus and Champagne Grass









Huge congratulations to Nicola & David from all of the team at Flower Design Events



The celebrations then moved on to the magnificent surroundings of Singleton Lodge

The Floral Seating Plan was so lovely complete with botanical name labels
Sweet Peas and Hyacinth table pots

Peony & Iris Table Pots

Blue Bells & Tulip table pot

The Daffodil Table pot

The top Table was represented by heavenly Lily of the Valley



The dining Room looked so fresh and vibrant
Each of the tables were dressed with individually created centre pieces, I love this four tier cake stand we'd dressed all of the glass cups with a variety of ribbons and the filled them with tiny posies of fresh flowers representing "cupcakes"
A floral Coffe set with posies of fragrant spring flowers
The Top Table looked fabulous our "Beauty & The Beast" design complete with miniature Candelabras and various vessels filled with fresh spring flowers
Tea Pot of beautiful Muscari, Hyacinth, Thistles and Iris

This Miniature "Belle" Jar filled with Muscari, Sweet Peas & Hydrangea Florets


Other Dining Tables had a candlelit Bird Cage surrounded by fresh flowers

Crystal Cake Stands topped with fresh fragrant Freesias, Craspedia, Hydrangeas, Sweet Peas, Lissianthus,  Blue Bells, Roses, Godetia and fragrant herbs


A Tea Cup of Lemon Ranunculas and Deep Purple Sweet Peas



Fresh Butterfly Lavender in a lovely little Milk Jug


Miniature Petit Four Stand filled with very delicate posies of Muscari, Lavender, Hydrangea Florets and Ranuncula Buds.

A Tea Cup filled with Lemon Freesia & Viburnum Opulus



The Church Pedestals were placed at either end of the top table










Many thanks to Nicola & David for choosing to use Flower Design Events to create their bridal flowers

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