Kat and Colm got married at the AMAZING Hales Hall (literally love this venue, its so beautiful) they had the ceremony and reception in the great barn and it looked stunning!! Kat and Colm’s colour scheme was pale pink and soft sky blue which got me very excited as I knew there were some beautiful varieties I could use that would match in with the colour scheme. Kat wanted the bouquets to have a natural look with the flowers arranged in slightly different levels with hints of powder and silvery foliages mixed throughout adding a lovely texture and too loosen the look slightly.
The bridal bouquet was a beaut, it starred ruffle petalled ranunculus, exquisite anemones, ‘Sweet Avalanche’ pale pink roses, pale blue delphiniums, super cute muscari tucked in, astilbe, mini clusters of fluffy gyp, ‘Bombastic’ spray roses with eucalyptus and silvery senecio foliages worked throughout, jasmine vines then peeked out from the bouquet and fluttered amongst the other blooms. The bridesmaids had a smaller, simpler version than the bridal bouquet which complemented their dresses beautifully. T
he buttonholes and corsages linked in with the rest of the personal flowers, the men had a rose with foliages cuddled in at the base, the ladies had a delicate version made from a single ‘Bombastic’ spray rose head, a single lisianthus head with cute mascari backed with silvery senecio and hints of eucalyptus, these were made on a magnet so they didn’t damage the outfit.
The ceremony area at Hales Hall is breathtaking, behind the ceremony table are four wall boxes which I filled with blooms in pale pinks, soft blues and whites creating the ultimate backdrop to get married in-front off. The ceremony table then had a luxurious long and low design filled with roses, anemones, ranunculus, gyp, mascara, spray roses, with senecio, eucalyptus and jasmine trails worked throughout, it also included chapel candles that were a light during the ‘I Do’s’, the arrangement was then moved onto the top table for the meal and to be enjoyed throughout the evening.
The tables had a tall silver candelabra which was dressed with trailing ivy, roses, delphiniums, gyp, anemones, and ranunculus with subtle toned foliages mixed through to loosen the look.