Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Merete and Peter's Knowsley Hall Wedding - Classically Grand

Hi all,

A couple of weeks ago you may have seen on our Facebook page that we received a gorgeous thank you card from one of our couples, Merete and Peter, well here is their rather grand and rather beautiful wedding!

Merete and Peter got married at Knowsley Hall in Prescott which, as you will see from the photographs, is a really beautiful location.  Merete really wanted the flowers to compliment this Georgian stately home so all the floral designs were kept soft and romantic with the neutral colour pallet slotting nicely into the surroundings.

For her bouquet Merete wanted something really feminine and again nice and soft with smaller and larger blooms adding plenty of texture.  The flowers and foliage chosen were brunia, eucalyptus, David Austin roses, bloom roses, spray roses, lisianthus, dahlia, astrantia, powder blue delphinium and senecio.

The bridesmaids had a similar design to the bride but slightly smaller.  Buttonholes were again in keeping with the surroundings and kept to a classic focal style with an ivory ribbon finish.

Massive thanks to Aquilino Moreno for letting us use these gorgeous images.  Enjoy!

Thanks so much for this Amy.  As always I do feel blessed to work with such amazing couples and although much of our work comes from you guys who live locally, our love of all flora means that we are very often contacted by couples living in London or further afield. I 'met' Merete through Skype and immediately hit it off with her.  I loved that she wanted blooms which were in keeping with her sumptuous and grand venue but that also reflected her personality and had that element of softness too.  The super tall table arrangements were simple but elegant and looked fantastic in their most beautiful of settings.  Thank you so much for choosing us to be part of your day, it was a truly memorable. Tx

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