Ben and Chris were married back in August at Walton Hall a stunning wedding venue in Warwickshire. They came to us at their first consultation with hundreds of ideas all along the lines of rustic glamour / vintage. We realised we needed to incorporate hessian and lavender, wow factor centre pieces , troughs, urns and lanterns in the décor somewhere, pulling it all together with the choice of flowers.
The mix of wedding flowers used throughout the day were vintage green hydrangeas, dusky pink amnesia roses, avalanche roses, gyposphila, veronica, china grass and eucalyptus.
Being two grooms they wanted the button holes to be extra special. To tie in with their tweed suits and overall look of the day they both wore amnesia roses, snippets of hydrangeas, with a touch of gyp and eucalyptus with the stems wrapped in twine.
Their bridesmaid carried a stunning bouquet of amnesia roses, avalanche roses, veronica on a base of green hydrangeas tied with hessian and twine.
Ben & Chris made some fantastic signs for their wedding, we loved the welcome to our wedding sign, detailing the list of house rules.
Around the room were vintage suitcases filled with lavender plants. For the guest book they asked guests to take a polaroid picture of themselves and write something either sentimental or hilarious.
Walton Hall Wedding Flowers ~ The Ceremony
The wedding ceremony took place in The Moncrieffe room at Walton Hall, either side of the registrars table we created two giant urns raised up on wooden crates with lavish rustic arrangements of vintage green hydrangeas, dusky pink roses, grass, moss and eucalyptus. Along the table, and fireplaces and within the alcoves were troughs filled with a similar mix of flowers and jam jars wrapped in lace and hessian.
Walton Hall Wedding Flowers ~ Top Table
The wedding breakfast also took place in The Moncrieffe Room at Walton Hall. The long top table was situated in front of the stunning fireplace. For the top table wedding flowers we filled troughs with a mix of sage green and dusky pink flowers. In between the troughs were a mix of bottles and jam jars covered in lace, hessian and twine again filled with florals. Either side of the top table were the two giant urns from the ceremony. Each chair back either had a hessian sash or piece of lavender, the napkins were all tied with hessian to complete the rustic look.
Walton Hall Wedding Flowers ~ Guest Tables
On the round guest tables we used a mix of table centres to create interest throughout the room. Some tables had glamorous silver candelabra with a large arrangement of amnesia roses, avalanche roses gypsophila and eucalyptus, these looked stunning once the chunky church candles were lit.
On other tables were lower arrangements around cream lanterns, the cream lanterns had a chunky candle in the middle with a mix of similar flowers around the base. Spread around the table were jam jars filled with roses, gypsolphila and herbs.