Mr & Mrs Allen's Walk in the Woods Inspired Wedding Day at Eaves Hall Images by Tim Emmerton
This is such a beautiful Wedding at the fabulous Eaves Hall with lots of late summer details, Caroline & Richard were the most lovely people to create flowers for and we had a blast as always working with the inspirational Tim Emmerton, these images are all his and have given us a great deal of pleasure looking through them, I hope you'll enjoy them too....
Our Gorgeous Bride Caroline was getting ready in one of the beautiful bedrooms at Eaves Hall, I did the big reveal and the 'FD Events Wedding Bouquet Carrying Lesson'
Richard's Bride Groom's Boutonniere included Fresh Pepper Mint, Oregano, Rose, Sweet Pea and a flourish of Champagne Grass, it's fragrance was divine
We pinned on all of the boys Boutonnieres ensuring they were positioned perfectly
An Usher's Boutonniere of Eryngium Thistle Oregano Flowers and Pepper Mint, seriously herbal and scented
Inside the Dining Room the scene was set with two of our Enchanted Trees framing the Registrars table, Candlelit Hurricane lamps and Posies of fresh flowers hanging on the chairs lining the aisle
Tall elegant Candles in LSA Glass Hurricane Lanterns lined the aisle
Posies of fresh fragrant blooms were dressing the chairs lining the aisle
Our Magnificent Enchanted Trees stood on Pedestals framing the Registrars Table perfectly
Posies of Hydrangeas, Sweet Peas, Eryngium & September Flower and a plethora of other blooms decorated each alternate Chair lining the aisle
Veronica, Dahlias, September Flower & Clematis posy in a glass vase tied to the chair
At the back of the Room two of our Enchanted Trees marked the commencement of the aisle
On all of the occasional tables, window sills and side boards we'd arranged simple designs of fresh flowers in various vessels completing the look
Candlelit Orbs and Posies of fresh blooms hung from the branches of the trees
All of the Windowsills had clusters of fresh flower vessels
On the sideboard just outside the main function room a wooden bowl was filled with textured blooms, Thistles and Hydrangeas
I'd lined up the rest of the Boutonnieres ready to pin them on to the Guests as they arrived
A Simple un-wired Corsage of Rose Buds, Hydrangeas and Gypsophilia with Thalaspi
As the guests filled the Ceremony Room I headed up stairs to hand over the Bouquets to our Gorgeous Bride and her equally lovely Bridesmaids...
The Bouquets were in a relaxed wild gathered style with as little structure as possible, I'd gathered together Delphiniums, Stocks, Bridal Gladioli, Antirhinnums, Sweet Peas, Veronica, Pepper Mint, Oregano and Eucalyptus, in a colour palette of Violet, Grape, Lavender and Ivory, the perfectl complimented the Bridesmaid's Gown
Our Bride's Bouquet included Fresh Lily of the Valley, Hydrangeas, Sweet peas, Dahlias, Roses, Delphiniums. Ageratum, Stocks, Veronica and Bridal Gladioli with a cacophony of fresh fragrant Herbs that created a sweet scented woodland fragrance
Caroline looked utterly breathtaking
The adorable Junior Ushers had a miniature version of the Groom's Boutonniere
The team from Flossy & Leigh were putting the finishing touches to our Bride and her Bridesmaids
Huge Congratulations to Caroline & Richard from all of the team here at Flower Design Events
A transformation had taken place in the dining Room and the scene was now set for a glorious Wedding Breakfast, the tables were dressed with a variety of different table designs intended to create texture, rhythm, light and shade
Our Enchanted Trees looked as magnificent as ever
Low Woodland inspired designs on the other tables looked heavenly
Thank you Bouquets for the two Mum's were in easy reach of the top Table
At the very end of the evening Jason & I were back to clear away all of the loaned and hired items we left all of the fresh flowers in little plastic cups so that each guest would have a lovely take home gift the following day.
Massive thanks to Caroline & Richard for choosing Flower Design Events to create their wedding flowers for them. Ginormous thanks to the brilliant Tim Emmerton for sending over these gorgeous images for us to use.