The Exquisite Wedding Day of Laura & Stephen at St Vincent de Paul in Altrincham & Peckforton Castle

We were so, so excited about this glorious wedding day, we've known Laura and her wonderful family for many years and it was a great pleasure and honour to be able to create the bridal flowers for such an important and memorable day!!!!
We presented Laura and her beautiful Bridesmaids with their bridal bouquets, bright and early
This is a very important lesson learned don't put a mint in your mouth just before delivering the all important "FD Events Bridal Bouquet Carrying Lesson"
I introduced our very excited Bride to all of the heavenly blooms in her wedding bouquet
We headed off to St Vincent de Paul Church in Altrincham where the welcome was warm and the entrance was dressed by a glorious array of lanterns and fresh flowers

 Inside Laura's super lovely & uber handsome Bride Groom Stephen was first to have his rather special Boutonniere pinned on of a "Crystal Blush" Calla Lily & English Garden Rose "Patience" together with Rolled Quicksand Petals and fresh Rosemary

Each of the Groom's Men were treated to individual and entirely different Boutonnieres created using a unique combination of flowers used in the Bridal Bouquets
A lovely Boutonniere of a "Juliet" English Garden Rose from David Austin and two tiny "Snowflake" Rose buds
A "Blanchette" Rose with Rosemary and Hydrangeas
 A lovely white Peony Boutonniere on Grandad
Jars filled with white Lilac, Roses, Sweet Peas, Hydrangeas and Hostas

Spectacular Pedestals framed the altar of White Delphiniums, Solomons Seal, Hydrangeas, Antirhinnums, Stocks and foliages
The lecturn was dressed with fresh flowers

 A beautiful spray of Delphiniums, Stocks, Peonies and Roses laid on the altar
A very elegant Grandma carrying a handbag dressed with fresh flowers
Grandma's handbag corsage of Roses and Calla Lilies
The gorgeous Groom's Mum's lovely epaulette Corsage of Blanchette Roses, Rolled Rose Petals, Sweet Peas and Viburnum Berries 
The Groom's very proud Dad
The Bride's super proud Dad

Our truly beautiful Bride's Mum the lovely Julie had both a handbag and an epaulette Corsage in soft pinks to compliment her ensemble
Laura's heavenly Bridesmaid's carried individually created bouquets
The Bridesmaid's Bouquets were mainly ivory with pastel shaded English Garden Roses from David Austin with Sweet Peasand splendidly blousy Peonies they complimented their pearl grey gowns perfectly
Laura's stunning sister the lovely Helen
Laura arrived and took everyone's breath away

Laura's Bridal Bouquet was a huge, soft and romantic confection is pale ivories and gentle pastels I included some luscious Peonies, English Garden Roses, Sweet Peas, Hydrangeas and Calla Lilies, the handle of the bouquet was wrapped in lace taken from the Brides Mum's own Bridal gown

Huge Congratulations to the brand new Mr & Mrs Isherwood from all f the team here at Flower Design Events

My favourite picture of the beautiful Laura

More beautiful Grandmas wearing lovely flowers

The celebrations moved on to the historic and magical surroundings of Peckforton Castle

Inside the scene was set for a magnicent banquet
The top table was dressed with a voluptuous design inspired by "The Hanging Gardens of Babylon" 
A beautiful cake garland of "Blanchette" & "Snowflake" Roses with the rolled petals "Quicksand" and fragrant Freesia buds
The dining tables were dressed with a combination of high and low designs, our tall elegant Crystal Candlesticks and crystal cake stands

The stunning candlesticks were overflowing with Solomons Seal, White Delphiniums, White Peonies, Phalaenopsis Orchids, Roses, Freesia, Lilac and Sweet Peas

The low crystal cake stands topped with Stocks, Antirhinnums, Roses, Peonies, Hydrangeas, Freesias, Blanchette, Quicksand, Avalanche Roses, White Lilac and Phalaenopsis Orchids

Glass vases filled with posies of Ranunculas, Lilacs, Sweet Peas and Freesias were at the base of each tall design

Many thanks to our gorgeous Bride & Groom and their equally gorgeous families for choosing Flower Design Events


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