Nichola and Charles got married on the 4th August with the ceremony at a local church and the reception taking place at Holkham Hall in The Lady Elizabeth wing. The colour scheme was palest pinks, soft lilacs and ivories, Nichola wanted her bouquet to have a lovely natural feel, it had a defined shape but the flowers were arranged on slightly different levels giving a looser feel.
Flowers including ivory ‘Avalanche’ roses, some pretty dusky lilac ‘Mentha’ and ‘Ocean Song’ roses, a few palest pink ‘Sweet Avalanche’ roses, with fluffy white ‘Gyp’ nestled in, delicate ‘Sweet Peas’ were dotted throughout adding a subtle scent, clusters of ‘Lavender’ added a dreamy natural touch, touches of palest blue toned ‘Gunni’ eucalyptus and silvery ‘Senecio’ leaves were worked throughout the flowers and left to peek out. The bridesmaids had a smaller, simpler, version to the bridal bouquet, linking in beautifully with their gorgeous dresses.
The buttonholes were a simple ivory ‘Avalanche’ rose cuddled together with palest blue toned ‘Gunni’ eucalyptus and a cluster of dried ‘Lavender’. At Holkham Hall Nichola and Charles wanted to make a statement as their guests arrived at The Lady Elizabeth wing so they had two heavenly pedestal designs, in summery pastel shades placed just inside the doorway making the most gorgeous welcome for their guests.
Flowers including large headed ‘Hydrangea’, tall ‘Delphiniums’, white ‘Larkspur’, clouds of fluffy white ‘Gyp’, lots of ‘Roses’, sweet scented ‘Stocks’, white ‘Phlox’, and lilac ‘Lisianthus’ lots of palest muted toned foliages were worked throughout the blooms and left to creep out slightly creating a stunning, natural look.
The table flowers were made in cute jam jars which had been decorated but the bridal party, each table had a slightly different selection of blooms adding to the lovely informal feel, the flowers in softest pinks, pale lilacs and ivories liked in with the rest of the wedding flowers.