Laura and Elliott had both the ceremony and reception at the stunning Hales Hall, the colour scheme was palest pinks, soft peaches and neutral shades with muted toned foliages worked through adding definition. Laura wanted a traditional shower bouquet which cascaded down, the flowers were arranged tightly together giving a stunning, opulent style, flowers including Peonies, blowsy roses, Lisianthus, subtle scented Freesia, Gyp, with myrtle foliages mixed through, touches of twigs were worked amongst the flowers adding a rustic touch.
The bridesmaids had a smaller, simpler version than the bridal bouquet linking in beautifully, the buttonholes were a delicate warm champagne ‘Vendella’ rose with peach Lisianthus nestled in at the base of the rose backed with subtle toned foliages. For the ceremony the main wall behind the table has wall boxes which were dressed with lots of trailing ivy and flowers in pale pinks, peaches and neutral tones.
The top and centre box were dressed with blooms with the other two just having trailing ivy rambling down for a ultra natural style, the side boxes were then dressed with just trailing foliages adding to the beautiful natural look, giving the ceremony area a gorgeous romantic look. The ceremony table had a beautiful long and low design full of blowsy blooms cuddled together giving an massed, compact style, this design was then moved onto the top table for the meal and to be enjoyed during the evening celebrations.
Cute bunches were attached onto the sides of the chairs up the aisle, tied on with rustic natural twine tied in a neat knot with the ends left long to trail down. The table centres were a cluster of three varied sized vases, the tallest had a chapel candle in, the medium had a summery tied bunch in and the smallest had a small cluster of fluffy white gyp. The three vases were placed in the middle of each guest table, the warm glow from the candle adding a beautiful, romantic glow during the meal.