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Katie & Rob

 

Katie and Rob were married in September in the beautiful Cotswold village of Lower Slaughter. Their reception, held at the Lords of The Manor Hotel, brought together their families from both the UK and USA for a two day celebration deep in the English countryside. Pale dusky pinks and whites were the order of the day for this couple with a beautiful archway setting the scene for the rest of the wedding. This created the perfect backdrop to showcase Katie’s stunning Monique Lhuillier gown.

Guests were met by candles and flowers and the marquee was dressed with two different table designs combining hydrangeas, roses and snowberries creating a soft, pretty and quintessentially English country wedding. Katie and her bridesmaids carried simple, elegant bouquets of vintage garden roses and spray roses and her adorable flower girls carried smaller versions again. 

 

Photography by

www.weddingsbynicolaandglen.com 

Wedding was planned by

Isobel Weddings

Natalie & James

 

Aynhoe Park is one of our absolute favourite venues and it was such a pleasure to create the floral designs for Natalie and James’ day in November. Cascading staircases of flowers, walkways of candles and petals and fireplaces adorned with hydrangeas and roses were to be found throughout the venue. The simply beautiful bride carried an elegant bouquet of ivory David Austen roses combined with White Bombastic spray roses with the bridesmaids carrying posies of the spray roses alone. 

The church was decorated with tall urn arrangements of hydrangeas and roses and this theme was carried through the entire venue. The tables were decorate with three different designs with candlelight dotted throughout at varying heights to create a truly magical atmosphere for what was to be a true party. The Orangery was decorated with a truly huge artificial wisteria tree beneath which the speeches took place and the band performed, the perfect backdrop! This has to be one of our favourite weddings of the year. 

 

Photography by

Simon Carr Photography

Lucy & Edward

 

Lucy and Edward were married at the beautiful Rushton Hall in Northamptonshire. Lucy carried a delicate wired bouquet combining freesias, lilly of the valley, snowflake spray roses, Singapore orchids and stephanotis. It was so beautifully scented and perfectly in keeping with the style of their day.

The main Hall at Rushton was transformed into an elegant wedding venue using tall silver candelabras and low glass hurricane lanterns to add warmth with candlelight. The candelabras were decorated with garlands of soft foliage and delicate flowers to compliment the bouquet.

Wreaths were placed around the lanterns and two large urn arrangements framed the fabulous fireplace.

Photography by

James Corbett

Lisa & James

 

Lisa and James were married in the fabulously fun venue that is the Cotswold 88 Hotel in Painswick. We transformed this fun venue into a Winter wonderland creating a forest within the marquee using freshly cut spruce trees and a lot of artificial snow.

The fabulous square tables were decorated with a mass of white Winter flowers such as snowflake spray roses, white hyacinths, ranunculus and paperwhites all formed into modern posies in crackled silver glass and pewter vases. Hundreds of candles made the marquee and every room in the hotel glow with the added addition of some tall crystal trees and Swarovski crystals across the tables.

Lisa carried a bouquet of scented, delicate Winter flowers combined with Swarovski crystal buttons and brooches to add to the Black Tie glamour of the evening.

Photography by

James Bearne

Vicki & Jon

 

Vicki and Jon’s beautiful wedding was held at Bibury Court Hotel in Gloucestershire. Vicki had a beautiful colour palette in mind from the start and we used a combination of Bombastic spray roses, dusky pink hydrangeas, larger pale pink, cream and peach garden roses to perfectly complement both her bridesmaid’s dresses and the overall theme for the day.

Vicki carried a bouquet of mixed beige, pink and pale peach roses combined with fresh herbs and eucalyptus. The evening marquee had a completely different feel with all white flowers used to contrast against the black marquee lining and dancefloor. A mass of white hydrangeas were used in urns and smaller table decorations.

Photography by

Polly Alexandre

Wedding was planned by

Isobel Weddings

Sara & Tim

 

Sara and Tim were married in Oxford just before Christmas holding their reception in marquee in the quad of the The Bodleian Library.

We used crisp whites and vivid lime greens to create a sophisticated look using white Maroussia roses, green cymbidium orchids and skimmia, paperwhites, ranunculus and fresh fruit. We used green grapes, miniature apples and apricots to add a little warmth. Sara carried a classic bouquet of white Maroussia roses, smaller Snowflake spray roses, white ranunculus, green roses and green skimmia. Her bridesmaids carried simple, elegant posies of white ranunculus.

The tables in the fabulous split level marquee were decorated with a wide range of vases, candelabras and candlesticks surrounded by a mass of flowers and fresh fruit.

 

Photography by

Barker Evans

 

Wedding was planned by

Isobel Weddings

Emma & Andrew

 

This beautiful couple held their wedding in the gardens of Emma’s Parent’s home. Their colour scheme of classic white and green was used throughout with a scented combination of sweetpeas, freeasias, stocks lisianthus ad roses. Emma’s bouquet was a delicate mix of the smaller flowers and her bridesmaids carried simple posies of snowflake spray roses bound with ivory ribbon.

Their church was decorated with a selection of urn arrangements, two at the front for the ceremony and two framing the doorway. The garden was strung with a wide array of vintage lace bunting and her Stepfather had even planted out the garden to complement the theme!

 

Photography by

Claire Tregaskis

Angela & Paul

 

Angela and Paul were married in the imtimate surroundings of Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons in Oxfordshire. Angela had a theme in mind from the start incorporating fresh fruit with sumptuous roses in shades of pinks, creams and peaches.

A combination of roses in these shades made up her hand tied bouquet with her adult bridesmaid carrying a paler version in tones of creams and blush pinks. The table decorations combined a variety of vintage vases holding small mixed posies of these flowers. Apricots, pears and apples were used throughout.

 

Photography by

Barker Evans

 

Wedding was planned by

Isobel Weddings

Emma & Chris

 

Emma and Chris were married at the beautiful venue, Notley Abbey. Their colour scheme of white and green was combined with crackled glass vases and candles to give a truly elegant feel. Their outdoor ceremony led on to a beautiful reception.

Emma carried a bouquet of white hydrangeas, white Maroussia roses, Snowflake spray roses and a hint of lavender.

 

Photography by

Barker Evans

Nina & Dave

 

Nina and Dave were married at the wonderful Crazy Bear in Stadhampton. Their white and green colour scheme was the perfect choice for the venue. Their tables were decorated with moss covered bowls holding either compact domes of snowflake spray roses or simple white hydrangeas.

Nina carried an elegant bouquet of the same spray roses bound with silk ribbon and a piece of sentimental jewellery. Pearls were added to the bouquet amongst the roses.

Small herb bunches were used as both napkin decorations and name place cards.

 

Photography by

Barker Evans

 

Wedding was planned by

Isobel Weddings

Rosie & Charlie

 

Rosie and Charlie were married in the beautiful grounds of a private home in the depths of Devon. We brought their love for English flowers to life using a mass of locally grown sweetpeas and hydrangeas combined with soft foliage and roses. Rosie carried a stunning bouquet of all white sweetpeas and her eight bridesmaid’s carried smaller versions to complement. The boys wore delicate buttonholes combining snowflake spray roses with fresh lavender and herbs.

Their Church was decorated with garlands of hydrangeas and roses and the entrance was framed by an archway of massed, colourful hydrangeas and herbs.

The tables in their fabulous vintage marquee were decorated with moss covered fishbowls holding a mass of multicoloured sweetpeas in every shade of every colour imaginable.

 

Photography by

Longbourne Pictures

 

Mel & Chris

 

Mel and Chris were married in the beautiful setting of Dorchester Abbey. Mel carried a bouquet of Bombastic, Cezanne and Sweet Avalanche roses combined with astrantia and jasmine. The boys wore buttonholes created using the Cezanne roses combined with a small amount of jasmine and astrantia. Mel wore a hair piece that made a delicate trail of soft pink hyacinth pips on invisible thread.

 

Photography by

Barker Evans

Skye & Zane

 

This glamourous couple were married in the grounds of Skye’s Father’s home in Warwickshire. Thir three marquees were decorated with vivid purple and coral flowers to complement the bridesmaid’s dresses. The ceremony was framed by a chupa of branches, hydrangeas, roses and gladioli. Skye carried a simple bouquet of white hydrangeas, snowflake spray roses and deep purple hydrangea petals combined with pearls. Her bridesmaids carried simple posies of white hydrangeas.

Their tables were decorated with vast wreaths of just purple hydrangeas which surround ice buckets holding miniature champagne bottles for each guest.

 

Photography by

Pellier Noir