The Classically Elegant Wedding Day at The Merewood Hotel of Madeleine & Damian

This was always going to be a stunning wedding, our beautiful Bride and her handsome Groom had planned, considered and thoughtfully put together the most beautiful wedding day for their friends and family. We had the great pleasure of working with the lovely Jo Boulton Photography, we can't wait to see her images.
 They had chosen the most spectacular setting for their nuptials, the fabulous Merewood Country Hotel, which is where our Shirl found Madeleine to present the Bridal Bouquets...

Shirl handed over the Bridal Bouquet to our gorgeous Bride, the bouquet included a collection of palest pink Peonies, Roses, Lily of the Valley and Sweet Peas.

Shirl showed everyone how to carry their bouquets perfectly and then left them in the very capable hands of Lucinda Hayton who was ding such a fabulous job of the wedding hair and make up

Downstairs the scene was set for the ceremony with two of our magnificent pedestals framing the Registrars table which was dressed with a magnificent floral design

A luscious floral design of Hydrangeas, Peonies, Roses, Dahlias and Delphiniums decorated the Registrars table perfectly
Posies of Peonies, Hydrangeas, Roses and Dahlias dressed the windowsills

We lined up the Boutonnieres of Roses, Sweet Peas and Eucalyptus, ready to pin them on to the Bride Groom's Party
The Bride Groom's rather special Boutonniere featured a Rose from David Austin 'Keira' with fresh Lily of the Valley, 'Bubbles' & 'Bombastic' Rose buds, Sweet Peas, Thalaspi and Eucalyptus to match his Bride's Bouquet

Damian, Madeleine's super handsome Bride Groom was first to have his Boutonniere pinned to his lapel
The Groom's Boutonniere was created from the same flowers as those used in the Bridal Bouquet the stem was finished and bound with ivory ribbon to match his tie and waistcoat
A Miniature version of the Groom's Boutonniere for 5 year old Lucas 
Super smart  (& totally adorable) Page Boy Lucas
Finn looking seriously handsome

The Bride's Mum Penny's wrist corsage created to match her dress perfectly
Penny looking far too young to be the Bride's Mum

The Groom's Mum's corsage
Paula looking super glam and her wrist corsage matched her dress perfectly
Pale Aqua and ivory wrist corsage

The Bridesmaid's headed downstairs all looking gorgeous

The Bridesmaids were all wearing fresh flowers in their hair
Our fabulous Bride Madeleine looked breathtaking, her Maggie Sottero gown was from Marrime Bridal in Kendal

The Bridesmaids were all wearing flowers in their hair to match their wedding bouquets

The Bridesmaid's carried smaller versions of the Bride's Bouquet

Completely gorgeous!!!xxx
Huge Congratulations to Madeleine & Damian from all of the team here at Flower Design Events

We are really going to miss our appointments with these two, what a terrific couple!!xx
Madeleine's Bridal bouquet included a collection of palest pink Peonies "Angel Cheeks' with 'Sarah Bernhardt' and 'Bowl of Cream', Roses from David Austin Keira and the Garden Rose White O'Hara alongside Sweet Avalanche, Bombastic and Bubbles with fresh fragrant  Lily of the Valley and Sweet Peas
The Wedding Breakfast room was looking truly magical, a combination of high and low table centres suits this room perfectly
Tall elegant table designs featured spectacular English Delphiniums with fragrant Stocks, Peonies, Roses, Hydrangeas, Dahlias, Larkspur and foliages 
This is such a stunning dining room at Merewood and it always looks magnificent
Table posies of fresh Peonies, Roses, Dahlias and Hydrangeas were surrounded by floating candles and tea light votives adding to the romantic ambience
The Top Table design looked luscious and opulent a plethora of English Country Garden flowers creating the perfect setting for the Bride & Groom 

The lovely Wedding Cake was by 'Cake That & Party'

Our work here was done it was time to leave the party in full swing huge thanks to Madeleine & Damian for choosing Flower Design Events to create their wedding flowers for them xxx


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