A Sneaky Peek at Libby & Nick's "Water Colour" Mitton Hall Wedding Day

Just a sneaky peek for now but very soon I should have the full flower posting for your pleasure and enjoyment!!
This is a glorious wedding our Bride & Groom are simply fabulous, Libby and her wonderful Mum have been absolute joy to work with, they provided a splendid brief a stunningly delicate "Water Colour" palette for us to work with, Libby was wearing a magnificent Terry Fox Wedding Gown from the great folks at "Love Bridal Boutique" with exquisite Peony and Rose detail so deciding the signature blooms for such a magical day

The stunning Bridesmaids were wearing the palest shell pink gowns and carried bouquet of Rose, Sweet Peas and Peonies in all ivory

 Our Wonderful Bride the breathtaking Libby with her uber proud Dad

 Huge Congratulations to Libby & Nick from all of the team here at Flower Design Events
The ceremony was framed by two of our majestic Baroque Candelabras and the Registrars table was dressed with a traditional candle lit design of Peonies, Roses, Sweet Peas and Stocks
The Chairs lining the aisle were dressed with posies of Peonies, fragrant Stocks, Sweet Peas, and Roses

The utterly brilliant and indomitable Brides Mum looking totally amazing!!!
The splendid sign post created by the Brides Dad and dressed with fresh flowers to complete the design
 The Card Collector a crate surrounded by a garland of Roses and Peonies
 For the wedding breakfast which was served in the party room we'd dressed the tables with a combination of high and low table designs...
Our voluptuous Baroque style candelabra was full and blowsy with glorious Peonies, Stocks, Roses and Hydrangeas

The Lower design was in a silver fruit bowl overflowing with English country garden blooms the soft gentle water colour shades tone exquisitely with Libby and Nicks table staionery
 Our "Fleur de Lys" Top table design in three parts gently spreading the floral love along the length of the table

 Libby's beautiful Bridal Bouquet in elegant shell pink shaded Peonies, Roses and Sweet Peas


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