Abby and Nigel had both the ceremony and reception at the charming Langely Abbey, the ceremony taking place up a winding staircase surrounded by historic features creating the most romantic atmosphere.
The colour scheme was deep rich cranberries, cerise, nudes and warm champagne shades with soft toned foliages dotted amongst the blooms adding a natural, soft texture and too loosen the look slightly. The bridal bouquet had a neat and defined shape with the flowers massed together creating a blowsy, opulent style hints of subtle toned olive peeked out through the blooms. Flowers such as `Red Charm’ peonies, `Four Seasons’ and ‘Quicksand’ roses, hydrangea clusters, deep pink lisianthus, red berries and pretty pale peach ‘Jana’ spray roses. The buttonholes were a cluster style made from mini spray roses nestled together with berries and subtle toned foliages for a natural, relaxed look.
For the ceremony Abby and Nigel had a beautiful long and low design that was on the ceremony table full of exquisite deep red, pinks, nudes and warm champagne shades, with the flowers arranged on slightly different levels giving the design a natural feel. Single deep pink hydrangea heads were tied onto the sides of the chairs with masses of shimmer ribbons in peach, cranberry, deep burgundy and claret tied in a neat knot with the ends left long to trail.
Above the archway in the main reception area was a stunning floral design full of sweet scented stocks, hydrangeas, roses, peonies, spray roses, berries opened up with trailing foliages for the guests to enjoy during the meal and for the evening celebrations. Each table had a hired hurricane lantern with a wreath placed around it, the flowers were arranged on slightly different heights with soft toned foliages rambling out through the blooms giving a beautiful gardeny style.