Vintage Abandon at Stephanie & David's Unique Wedding Day at Singleton Lodge

Stephanie & David had planned a seriously bespoke wedding day at the truly intimate and magical Singleton Lodge, their vision of a relaxed yet intricately dressed wedding with bags of personal vintage detail was realised by an awful lot of hard work from our fabulous couple.
 I hear myself saying all of the time that the secret to a successful wedding is how much of themselves a Bride & Groom put into their day not about how much they spend on it, and these two couldn't have put more into this marvellous day!!!
 Our Ruby presented our gorgeous Bride with her beautifully hand gathered Bridal Bouquet, I'd included a collection of nude toned Roses, Poppy Seed Heads, Lissianthus, Veronica, Sedum, Astrantia, Wax Flower Blossom, Snowberries, Classic Hydrangeas and surprisingly for October some delicately fragranced Sweet Peas
Our stunningly beautiful Bride Stephanie was absolutely delighted with her bouquet

The front door was dressed with a wicker heart finished off with a beautiful "Faith Rose"
The Boutonnieres and corsages were laid out in the hall ready for Ruby to pin them on to the Bridal Party

Each Boutonniere was entirely different but created in the same style; small gatherings of Herbs, Berries and flowers were bound together with lace, ribbon and jute

The Groom's Mum's Blue Corsage
Bride's Mum's Corsage of Roses, Wax Flower and Sweet Peas
The scene was set in the Ceremony Room; Vintage Step Ladders dressed with Posies of fresh flowers acted as a pedestal and on the Registrars table a random collection of vessels filled with fresh flowers
Cups and saucers with Posies of Roses, Hydrangeas and Lissianthus

Small Cake stands topped with fresh Flowers, Berries and Herbs
I love the step ladders with the little vases on, later it will become the seating plan

A tiny Crystal Dressing Table vase filled with fresh Rose Buds
Perfume Bottles with pearls filled with Mentha Roses with Pink Snow Berry
David & Stephanie's beautiful vintage pieces were placed around Singleton Lodge, putting their personal stamp everywhere
The Groom's Mum's Corsage looked perfectly matched to the blue of her jacket

Our super handsome Bride Groom David was first to have his Boutonniere pinned on by our Ruby who then went on to pin on all of the Boutonnieres

The Bride's Super Proud Parents...
Bride's Mum's White Rose Bud Corsage
Our Beautiful Bride took everyones breath away
Stephanie's naturally gathered Bridal Bouquet of English Garden Roses, Herbs, Berries and Blossoms was a perfect match to her vintage wedding gowns
The Beautiful Bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the Bride's Bouquet, we loved their nude gowns with fabulous red shoes with "Mary Jane" Heels gorgeous!!!

Gorgeous Vintage Wedding Bouquet in nude shades

Beautiful Vintage Nude Bridesmaid Bouquets

Angelic little Flower Girls carried exquisite little nosegays

One of our favourite Registrars performed the ceremony
Huge Congratulations to Stephanie and David from all of the team here at Flower Design Events

The fabulous Bridal Co-ordinator Joanne was first to congratulate our Bride & Groom as they left the Ceremony Room

Whilst our Bride & Groom enjoyed the Autumn Sunshine and some celebratory drinks a transformation was taking place...
The Step Ladders had now become the all important Seating Plan

Inside the fabulous dining room a sprinkle of flower fairy dust had created a magical and vintage party space
Each table was dressed with a collection of vintage loveliness and named after a heritage cocktail
The top table was like a spectacular "Beauty Pageant" with a series of exquisite little posies arranged in a variety of vintage vessels

Our Vintage Jugs, jam jars and tea light votives were arranged on Hessian Squares and Lace doilies

Our Silver Tea Pots and Cups and saucers

Coffee Pot filled with glorious Autumnal blooms
Espresso cup and saucer filled with flowers

Our work here was done, huge thanks to Stephanie and David for choosing Flower Design to create their wedding flowers


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