Sunday, 23 September 2012

Mr & Mrs Faulks 2nd June 2012

It was the Jubilee weekend & the Wedding of Laura & Nick.
Most of the planning was done via email as they weren't local so it was nice to get to meet them a bit closer to the Wedding.
Laura chose a wonderful mix of pinks, whites & lime green which was very summery.

 The Groom, Nick, had a buttonhole of a cream 'Vendela' Rose with lime green Viburnum & Ivy leaves.

The ladies had a buttonhole of a cream 'Vendela' Rose with Gypsophilia & Ivy leaves.

A Carnation & Gypsophilia buttonhole.

The small Bridesmaid's carried a silver star wand decorated with a raspberry pink 'Amalia' Rose & lime green Viburnum. Finished with raspberry pink ribbon.

 The adult Bridesmaids had a hand-tied bouquet of white Peonies, Hydrangea, 'Akito' Roses, Spray Roses, Gypsophilia, cream 'Vendela' Roses & lime green Viburnum.

 Laura chose a hand-tied bouquet of pink Peonies, pink 'Heaven' Roses, raspberry pink 'Amalia' Rose, pink spray Roses, cream 'Vendela' Roses, white Hydrangea, Gypsophilia & lime green Viburnum.

 Bride & Bridesmaid.

 All packed & ready to go!

Thank you bouquets of pink, white & lime flowers to match the theme. Hand-tied & presented in a bag of water.

The Venue, Coalville Rugby Club, was decorated with Table Centres of cubed Vases that Laura & Nick hired from us.
We placed sliced Limes around the inside of the Vase with an arrangement sat on top.
We used Peonies, Roses, Viburnum & Hydrangea.

 I love this photo!

At the Church, St John the Baptist in Hugglescote, we decorated the Pews with small bunches of Gypsophilia & finished them with a white bow to match.

Huge congratulations to Laura & Nick x

Day 82 'Ocean Song' Rose

Day 82 - 'Ocean Song' Rose

Day 81 Monkshood

Day 81 - Monkshood

Day 80 Stock

Day 80 - Stock

Day 79 Ammi

Day 79 - Ammi

Day 78 Dahlia

Day 78 - Dahlia

Day 77 Echinacea

Day 77 - Echinacea

Day 76 Celosia

Day 76 - Celosia

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Mr & Mrs Madden 25th May 2012

Next up is the Wedding of Amber.
She opted for a subtle, vintage theme using pale pinks & creams.

The ceremony took place at Normanton Church Museum which was a Church before it became part of Rutland Water! It has only been re-open to Bride & Grooms for a year or so now.
Defiantly a beautiful spot to get married.
Afterwards they walked the short distance to the Normanton Park Hotel for the reception. A lovely Hotel which is sat on the shore of Rutland Water.

Amber & Justin were so lucky with the weather. It had been awful for weeks & then 25th May decided to be the hottest day of the year!

 Male Buttonholes of a cream 'Vendela' Rose with Ivy leaves.

 The Mother's Corsages of cream 'Vendela' Roses & cream spray Roses with Ivy leaves.

The Bridesmaid's carried bouquets of cream 'Vendela' & pale pink 'Sweet Avalanche' Roses with pink Spray Roses.
The stems were bound with cream ribbon.

Amber carried a bouquet of cream 'Vendela' & 'Sweet Avalanche' Roses with pink & cream spray Roses.
Pearls were placed randomly amongst the Roses.

Stems bound with cream ribbon.

 Bride & Bridesmaids.

 All boxed & ready to go!

 Amber hired our Birdcages & we filled them with an arrangement of pinks & creams including Roses & Stocks.

These were placed on each of the tables at the Hotel.

 Views to the Church & across Rutland Water from the Hotel grounds.

 The Normanton Church. The ceremonies take place in the roof of the Church as the rest of the building is under water!

We placed our artificial Bay Trees outside the entrance & decorated them with fresh Roses & a trailing bow to match the theme.

A Birdcage was placed on the ceremony table.

Beautiful Rutland Water.

Victor the Van waiting for us on the shore line!

A huge congratulations to Mr & Mrs Madden & thank you for using Fleurs en Fleur x