Hampton Manor is one of our regular wedding venues, we really enjoy working with couples getting married at Hampton Manor, the venue is stunning and has many areas to decorate with flowers.
Cathy and Emir were married back in October, they had a stylish navy, cream and nude pink colour scheme. Cathy and her Mum had collected cut crystal glass vases which they wanted to incorporate in the wedding in some way. We worked together with Cathy and Emir to help them achieve the look they were after.
Hampton Manor Wedding Flowers In The Reception Area
To welcome the wedding guests and bring Cathy and Emir’s colour scheme into the reception area we placed small glass vases filled with lovely Sweet Avalanche and Quicksand roses, white lisianthus and eucalyptus on the reception tables. The vases were finished off with white lace and navy ribbon to bring out the colours.
Hampton Manor Wedding Flowers in the Bar
In the bar area we continued the look by placing similar vases and carafes on the fireplaces and tables. In other areas of the bar and reception Cathy had put up some old photos of family members’ weddings which was a great talking point for guests.
Hampton Manor Wedding Flowers ~ Centrepieces
For the centrepieces we created a grouping on the tables, these were low and delicate. The central hurricane vase was filled with sand and a candle, this was surrounded by the glassware Cathy and her Mum had been collecting. These ranged from vases and jugs to individual wine glasses. (If you don’t have time to collect these vases yourself, we have a large range of crystal glassware here at Passion for Flowers).
The vases had a mixture of cream Avalanche roses, nude pink Quicksand roses, cream freesias and eucalyptus for scent.
Hampton Manor Wedding Flowers ~ Fireplaces
The Mawson Suite has stunning fireplaces at either end of the room, the large mirrors above them reflect any fireplace decoration throughout the room. We kept the fireplaces simple with crystal glass vases running along it, each was filled with nude pink roses, cream roses and snippets of eucalyptus with a highlight of blue.
To keep the cake simple and in keeping with the rest of the day we placed four of the glass vases on the cake table with the same mix of flowers from the day. If you are looking for a florist for your wedding at Hampton Manor, Solihull please browse our website to see if we are the right florist for you. Our diary fills up fast so it is worth contacting us early on in your planning process to see if we have availability.