Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Sweeney Hall Wedding

We were very lucky in September to design the flowers for Susie Jordan when she married Professor Timothy Cooper Partridge at St Mary's in Chirk with a reception at Sweeney Hall. Susie's background is in the wedding, beauty and fashion industry and they had a second wedding in Spain where they live a week later.

Susie chose a traditional shower bouquet of bridal fern and white carnations and her bridesmaid had a handtied bouquet of daisy chrysanths and gypsophilia and bridal fern.
Photograph is courtersy of Dilate Photography, Oswestry.

Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Civil Ceremony at Ironbridge

We spent August Bank Holiday working on a Civil Ceremony at The Ironbridge Museum and had a great time, this took us a week to make and on the day we were moving flowers between the Museum, the Reception and then onto the Evening event. Congratulations Clive and Matt and many thanks for allowing us to design your flowers.

We loved doing these panels, there was four in total, they were lit up and the flowers used on them were Calla Lillys, Aspidstra Leaves, funky palms and Longi Lillies. After the Ceremony we moved these to the Evening Event.

Big Balls of Carnations on top of tall vases make such an impact.

Registrars Table Arrangement moved to Reception.

One of the Urns ready to go to the Museum

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Carol and Oliver's Wedding

A venue we love working at is beautiful Bryn Tanat Hall Hotel in Llansantffraid on the Shropshire/Powys Border. Carol and Oliver chose this for their wedding and they had a lovely marquee in the grounds of the Hall. The theme was country style flowers and they decorated the marquee with bunting to add to the theme.

All the jugs ready for delivery pictured in our studio.

Carol and her Mum trawled the shops to buy a variety of jugs for the tables.

A variety of jugs on the top table.

Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Liz's Wedding at Rowton Castle

After a busy few days preparing for Liz's wedding at beautiful Rowton Castle, we arrived Sunday morning to set up, along with Amy, Sharon's daughter who came along to help us. The theme for the wedding was Butterflies and the colour was a deep purple.

Liz chose a bouquet of double deep purple lisianthus, which was a delicate light handtied, bound with a silver grey satin ribbon.

For the wedding ceremony we decorated the chairs with white chair covers and lovely deep purple satin sashes.

The couple had chosed a lovely long and low arrangement for the Registrar's Table which would then be moved to the top table later.

For the signing of the register they had one of our martini arrangements which would then be moved to the tables at the reception.

Finally we decorated the wonder fireplace at Rowton.