The Country Wedding Day of Will & Jess at St Michael's & The Inn at Whitewell

Such a smashing wedding this one, I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know this gorgeous couple and Jess's lovely Mum, I loved finding out about their plans for a magical countryside wedding over at The Inn at Whitewell.
I loved their fabulous Mood Board, it really helped to inspire us to create some designs, specifically created with all of Jess & Will's thoughts and considerations taken in to account.
The sample wedding bouquet included a collection of Roses in muted shades with fresh Lily of the Valley, Eryngium Thistle, Eucalyptus, Thalaspi and grasses
We'd co-ordinated a couple of ideas for this table design it was raised on a verdi gris cast iron Bird Bath with a hurricane lamp in the centre surrounded by a glorious array of fresh flowers in shades to compliment the bridal colours
Tall elegant vases were decided on for the tables in the centre of the marquee, we also decided to change a few things for the actual wedding, we swapped the blue Eryngium to grey Eryngium and the Blue Delphinium to white Delphinium
A Cast Iron design and a Pew End posy all sample designs created for Jess & Pat to see and make decisions on
We also made a sample Boutonniere too

Chloe and I headed out bright and early with a van full of fresh flowers, one of our first jobs was a happy one, the 'big reveal' presenting the Bridal bouquets to the bridal party, one of my favourite parts of the wedding day.


Our beautiful Bride the lovely Jess along with her Bridesmaids were treated to our 'Flower Design Wedding Bouquet Carrying Lesson'

We had the huge pleasure of working with the completely lovely and super talented Lucy Tanner, she was busy capturing all of the magic
The Bridal party were all getting ready in one of the beautiful suites at The Inn at Whitewell
The wedding bouquet I created for Jess was truly heavenly, it was exquisitely perfumed with fresh Lily of the Valley and sweet scented English Garden Roses, dancing grasses Chasmanthium Latifolia, Thalaspi, Eucalyptus, Senecio, Roses in shades of Coffee, Creams, Buttermilk, Nude and Caramel, Albiflora, Astrantia, silver grey Eryngium and Hydrangeas

Fresh Lily of the Valley


Gorgeous Amnesia Rose
Bubbles Roses
Mum & Dad's Boutonniere and Corsage
The Mother of the Bride's Corsage of Rolled petals, Forget Me Nots, Love in the Mist and Hydrangea florets, the corsage was attached to Pat's jacket with magnets
Chloe and I headed next door to the lovely little country Church of St Michael's 
We'd dressed the Lych Gate with fresh flowers on either side and candlelit lanterns

Swags of glorious English country blooms decorated both sides of the Lytch gate we included fresh Delphiniums, Stocks, Roses and Hydrangeas, fragrant Eucalyptus, Rosemary and Mint


A garland of fresh flowers framed the arch over the front door of Church

Roses, Hydrangeas, Dahlias and Stocks were used to create the arch way

Our fragrant luscious Bay trees were surrounded by Ferns and looked perfect on either side of the front door of Church

Collections of candelit lanterns and fresh Rose Petals provided a warm welcome

Just inside the porch we'd arranged more lanterns along side posies of fresh flowers



The heavenly little posies included a fresh and fragrant collection of Roses, Dahlias and Hydrangeas
Stocks, Viburnum Opulus, Hydrangeas and Roses
At the foot of the aisle is a small font which was the perfect home for the Hurricane Lamp design
Posies of fresh flowers dressed each alternate Pew End lining the aisle




The two stone pedestals at the head of the aisle were filled with white Delphiniums, Stocks, Roses, Dahlias, Viburnum Opulus, Hydrangeas and foliages







Posies of fresh flowers and candles dressed the windowsills around the church



We lined up the Boutonnieres just inside the porch ready to pin them on the important guests as they arrived


Our Bride Groom's rather special Boutonniere featured Lily of the Valley, Roses, Eryngium, Delphinium & Hydrangea florets
Each Boutonniere was quite unique but created from the same flower palette as the Bridal Bouquets



The Groom's Mum's corsage in grey and ivory




We had a huge basket of fresh fragrant Rose Petal confetti

Jess' super handsome Bride Groom the very lovely Will was first ('ish) to have his boutonniere pinned to his lapel


We pinned on all of the boutonnieres ensuring each one was positioned perfectly
Rose & Thistle Boutonniere











The Bride Groom's lovely Mum Daphne, looking fabulous
The Groom's Mum's Corsage in silver grey and ivory matched her silver grey jacket beautifully
The Groom's super proud parents









The heavens opened and showered the wedding day with copious amounts of blessings




The Bride's gorgeous Mum Pat looked wonderful
The corsage in blue, ivory and pink matched the Bride's Mum's ensemble perfectly
The boys braved the weather and brought their umbrellas to escort the bridal party over to Church
Our beautiful Bride didn't even seem to notice the weather as she stepped out of the Inn with her Dad
The Bridal Bouquet looked perfect next to the Bridal Gown

The beautiful Bridal gown was by Ella Rosa from Bridal Apparel in Leeds







The Bridesmaids looked perfect in their grey gowns all of them had fresh flowers in their hair to match their bouquets







Will was waiting patiently for the arrival of his Bride















Huge Congratulations to Jess & Will from all of the team here at Flower Design Events


















The celebrations moved to the fabulous Marquee at The Inn at Whitewell
The dining tables were dressed with a combination of high and low table designs

Tall elegant vases topped with floral explosions looked perfect on the tables in the centre of the marquee where the roof was highest

Posies of fresh flowers and candlelit votives dressed the table top around the base of the table vase


Posies of fresh flowers in urns with candlesticks and Succulents dressed some of the tables



Tall table vases topped with floral magnificence


The Top table was a large oval table with guests sat all the way around it
We decorated the top table with swags of fresh flowers, posies and candles
 


Two of the tables were dressed with a Hurricane lamp design surrounded by fresh flowers




















The very lovely Andrea putting together the Cheese Tower
We dressed it with some fresh flowers, fruit and succulents







Our work here was done, it was time to leave the party in full swing, huge thanks to Jess and Will and both of their wonderful families for choosing Flower Design to create their wedding flowers for them.

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