The Classically Elegant & Floral Eaves Hall Wedding Day of Amy & Ben in Romantic Shades of Blush Pinks & Burgundy

We do love a properly floral, classic and elegantly traditional 'English Country Garden'wedding day, Amy & Ben had created just that kind of day at the very gorgeous Eaves Hall, it's always such a pleasure to work with such lovely folks and at such an iconic venue, the sun was shining too, things couldn't have been better!!!xxx
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Our story of Ben & Amy's big day starts as all great FD wedding days do with a truly wonderful mood board, it included so much detail, so much great stuff, fabulous flowers, gorgeous colours, intricate ideas and lots of personal information that helped us, inspired us in fact to create some beautiful sample designs at our next meeting a few weeks before Christmas.
We'd made Amy a sample of her wedding bouquet including Roses, Succulents, Anemones, Roses, Blossoms and Grasses
We designed and prepared this lovely collection of sample designs, including tall elegant table vases, pew end posies

Sample low table design suggestion
An idea for the Registrars table, a part of what will be the Top Table design
Super tall table vase on one of our column vases with suspended tea light orbs
A suggestion for Ben's Boutonniere including a Black Baccara Rose to tone with his burgundy tie
We'd bound the stem with silver grey ribbon to match his grey suit

At last the big day arrived and Jason unveiled the box of beautiful Bridal Bouquets whilst the Bride and her maids were having their Hair and Make up done by Kathryn Wilkes



A warm welcome greeted guests as they arrived at Eaves Hall, our lanterns illuminated the entrance 

Inside The Ball Room the scene was set for the ceremony with two of our elegantly classic pedestals framing the Registrars table, our candlelit Hurricane Lanterns were surrounded by fresh fragrant Rose Petals and lined the aisle, each alternate Chair was dressed with a posy of fresh flowers

Our sumptuous pedestal designs of Roses, Orchids, Jasmine, Broom, Anastasia & Hydrangeas framed the ceremony perfectly


Lovely Posies of Hellebores, Anemones, Astrantia, Skimmia, Broom and Roses dressed each alternate chair lining the aisle




The Bride Groom's Mum's Blue Corsage of Forget Me Nots, Ranunculus, Eryngium & Hydrangea florets

Amy looked absolutely breathtakingly beautiful, she carried a relaxed Bridal bouquet of Roses, Hellebores, Succulents, Jasmine, Astrantia and Anemones which looked perfect with her Morilee gown from Vikki Leigh Bridal in Warrington
The beautiful Bridesmaids were wearing burgundy gowns and carried smaller versions of the Bride's Bouquet







Huge Congratulations to Amy & Ben from all of the team here at Flower Design Events
                                                               The Acoustics

 Jason had a lovely time working with Mike Plunkett Photographer again, we're really looking forward to seeing his images of the day.


The Operations Manager at Eaves Hall the brilliant Barry Crook Rimmer was first to congratulate our Bride & Groom
Confetti time...



Love, love, love this wedding bouquet, so beautifully relaxed with a garden gathered vibe, Orchids, Roses, Ranunculus, Broom, fresh Jasmine, Hellebores, Succulents and dancing grasses



I love this romantic moment...


Be happy always you two!!!xxxx

Inside the beautiful dining room at Eaves Hall, we'd dressed the seating plan with a swag of fresh flowers
For the Wedding Reception the tables were dressed with a combination of high and low table designs

Beautifully elegant wedding cake dressed with our fresh flowers cake by the lovely Catherine from The Wedding Cake Company at Bashall Barn

Tall table vases looked magnifcent and ensured the guests could see one another across the table
The napkins were all dressed with a sprig of fresh Rosemary


The lower table designs looked so beautiful

Our Hanging Gardens style top table design looked so voluptuous and romantic




Huge thanks to the very lovely Amy & Ben for choosing Flower Design Events to create their wedding flowers for them xxxx





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