Saturday 27th July, 2019.
Emma and Jonathon got married at Lanchester Garden Centre on Saturday 27th July, 2019. Its was a gorgeous day and it was such a stunning venue for a wedding!
In the run up to the wedding we were fortunate with a heat wave (although, for us flower folk this was a slight worry!!!). The day before the wedding day the weather changed and it was a very wet and much cooler day but it definitely didn't put a dampener on their big day!
Emma and Jonathon wanted a highly floral wedding ceremony and reception. It was a pleasure to create it for them and I loved decorating the tepee which was supplied by Papakata.
The wedding photographer was Lee Gibbins Photography who captured the fantastic images that I will share with you on this blog. The videographer was Adam Chetter Films who created the fabulous wedding video! He also did a video of the flowers that we created for the day which you can see on our previous social media posts.
Emma chose blush pink, whites/ neutrals and greenery for her bouquet. It was a large bridal bouquet with a slight trail wrapped in green velvet ribbon. It was such a classy look and bang on trend! Emma being a lover of eucalyptus obviously wanted it in her bouquet, so we used a mix of different varieties to give depth and texture. The king protea was a showstopper and gave the bouquet an added 'wow'!
The rustic and relaxed style of the bouquet went perfectly with Emma's stunning dress by Corbridge One.
The tepee was styled with entrance flowers consisting of two tall branch arrangements to greet wedding guests on their way into the ceremony. Inside the tepee was two large vase arrangements that stood out for all to see.
This was the first wedding at Lanchester Garden Centre. It is such a stunning place for a wedding, set in aches of rural land with stunning views. The wedding set up went smoothly and the final look was amazing.
The aisle was dressed with 10 meadow style arrangements to frame the walkway. The top table had an 18 foot long and low arrangement in the centre, which looked gorgeous styled with linen from The Artisan Wedding House.
The centrepiece arrangements looked stunning in urns and stood proudly on each table. They were subtle and elegant!
The flower girl floral matched the wedding flowers. It was a rose gold metal hoop with fresh flowers attached. Such a lovely alternative to a bouquet.
Mini blushing bride protea were the star of the show for the buttonholes. These were minimal but striking.
On the day I got to work with some fantastic suppliers which are named below;
Photgrapher: Lee Gibbins Photograpghy
Videographer: Adam Chetter Films
Cocktail bar: The Sword Maker Bar
Table Linen: The Artisan Wedding House
Flowers: Bees and Butterflies Flowers
Make up: By Jessica
Hair: The Salon Langley Park with Patrick
Music: The Singing Waiters
Music: Holly Elizabeth Ritchie
Wedding dress: Corbridge One
Drinks: Lanchester Wines
Children's Entertainment: Katie's Garden (Durham)