Beautiful Winter Wedding Day at Singleton Lodge for Amanda & Peter

January is such a tricky month for fresh wedding flowers but, if like Amanda & Peter you're thrilled to embrace the glorious array of new Spring flowers it's an absolute joy. 
This wedding was precisely that an absolute joy to work on, our Bride & Groom (& Bride's Mum Netta who is without doubt a bonefide legend) were an absolute joy to work with, the fabulous venue Singleton Lodge a total joy to work at, all in all an utterly joyous day was had by all!!!
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So Amanda & Peter had prepared this wonderful Mood Board for us, it included lots of  'Floral Afternoon Tea' inspiration, lots of blue, a smattering of Scottish Tartan & Thistles and plenty of love!
We made Amanda a sample wedding bouquet for her to try out a good few weeks before the wedding, we included Eryngium Thistles, Anemones, Ranunculus, Hyacinths, Paper Whites, Viburnum Tinus Berries, Eucalyptus, Roses, Rosemary, Ivy, Hydrangeas and Gypsophilia
We also made them some sample table designs all with a Vintage and Afternoon Tea theme
A sample idea for the Top Table


At last the big day arrived and what a glorious day it was, blue skies and Singleton Lodge looking resplendent in the sunshine, you really couldn't ask for more, the perfect January day.
The Alpacas were looking pretty happy too xx
Chloe & Claire presented the beautiful blue and ivory Bridal Bouquets to our fabulous Bride and her Bridesmaid they included Forget Me Nots, blue Eryngium Thistles, Anemones, Ranunculus, Hyacinths, Paper Whites, Viburnum Tinus Berries, Eucalyptus, Roses, Rosemary, Ivy, Hydrangeas and Gypsophilia
Amanda's wedding bouquet handle was bound in her own tartan ribbon
Chloe showed the Bridal party how to carry their wedding bouquets perfecctly

Netta's wrist corsage of Hyacinth Pips and miniature Rose buds

Downstairs in the entrance hall we'd lined up all of the boutonnieres ready to pin them on the Bride Groom and his party as they arrived
The exquisite Groom's Boutonniere of Eucalyptus, Senecio, Roses, Hydrangea florets, Eryngium, Steel Berries and Albiflora
Each Boutonniere was created from the same flower palette but each one was unique in the combinations we brought together


Amanda's super handsome Bride Groom the lovely Peter was first to have his rather special boutonniere pinned to his lapel

 Groom's Boutonniere of Eucalyptus, Senecio, Roses, Hydrangea florets, Eryngium, Steel Berries and Albiflora
Chloe pinned on all of the boutonnieres on the gentlemen in the groom's party ensuring each one was positioned perfectly



Inside the ceremony room the scene was set for the ceremony

We'd dressed the ledges and windowsills around the room with beautifully detailed Afternoon tea inspired designs
A floral tea pot filled with Blue Delphiniums, Hyacinth, Roses, Anemones and Forget Me Nots
Cake stands, milk jugs and cups and saucers were all filled with fresh flowers and look perfect in this intimate room at Singleton Lodge
There are always two Registrars tables at Singleton Lodge so both were dressed to compliment the day perfectly with elegant little vintage vessels filled with posies of fresh flowers



The windowsills just behind the ceremony space were all decorated beautifully too.
Our three tier cake stands topped with cups and saucers, milk jugs & sugar bowls all filled with fresh posies of blue and ivory spring flowers

The other Registrars table is larger and is where our Bride & Groom will be signing the Register
On this one we've gone for a lovely Coffee Pot filled with fresh flowers, coffee cups and Brandy Decanters, more of an after dinner vibe than afternoon tea
Gorgeous Coffee Pot filled with Blue Delphiniums, Hyacinth, Roses, Forget Me Nots, Albiflora, Senecio and Gypsophilia


The very beautiful Bridesmaid Judith and the gorgeous super glam Bride's Mum Netta, her wrist corsage matched her Amethyst gown perfectly xx
The Bridesmaid's Bouquet in blues and Ivories looked perfect with her dusky blue gown, we'd created it as a smaller version of the Bridal Bouquet
Exquisite Wrist Corsage in Ivory and Amethyst shades created for the Brides Mum to compliment her  gown
The beautiful Bridal Bouquet of gorgeous Late Winter early Spring flowers in shades of blue and ivory
Beautiful blue Forget Me Nots


This gorgeous blue and ivory wedding bouquet included Forget Me Nots, blue Eryngium Thistles, Anemones in Blue and white, Ranunculus, Hyacinths, Paper Whites, Viburnum Tinus Berries, Eucalyptus, Roses, Rosemary, Ivy, Hydrangeas , Senecio, Albiflora and Gypsophilia

Our heavenly Bride Amanda looked stunning she was wearing 'Orleans' by Ronald Joyce from The Bridal Lounge in Poulton, her hair was by Le'Roy Mark in Thornton and their professional photographers on the day were RS Studios, we're looking forward to seeing their images of the day.



Huge Congratulations to Amanda & Peter from all of the team here at Flower Design Events



How Blissful !!!




Whilst our Bride & Groom and their guests enjoyed some celebratory fizz, the Singleton Lodge & Flower Design teams joined forces to transform the ceremony room into a magnificent Banqueting Hall
Each table was dressed with a unique bespoke design created using vintage crockery and crystal vessels all filled with fresh Spring flowers




The Top Table was a feast for the eyes
For the Top Table, a series of fresh flowers in vintage vessels were set on mirrors and illuminated with candles and votives
The Bridal Bouquet took pride of place in the centre of the Top Table

A Glass Cloche was set over the Bridesmaids Posy which was surrounded by posies of fresh flowers in cups and saucers continuing the theme beautifully






An afternoon tea tray looked so pretty as one the table centrepieces for tone of he larger tables


















The Wedding Cake was created by the great folks at Iced of Garstang
When our Bride & Groom were brought into the room to see it finished they were absolutely delighted, which is always the best bit!!!xxx
Massive thanks to Peter & Amanda for choosing Flower Design Events to create their wedding flowers for them, we loved every second!!!xxx

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