Congratulation to Sarah and Neil who were married earlier this Summer, the wedding reception was held at Peels Restaurant, Hampton Manor. Sarah has just sent her wedding photos through to us and they are fantastic, we couldn’t wait to share them with you. Watch the video at the end of the post – it’s gorgeous!
Hampton Manor Wedding Flowers
Hampton Manor is one of our regular wedding venues, here at Passion for Flowers we find ourselves working there a number of times a year but each wedding couldn’t be more different. Sarah and Neil used Peels Restaurant for their wedding reception, the restaurant has a bright vibrant feel to it. The hot pink chairs and stunning chandelier make it a beautiful choice for a wedding reception. The gardens at Hampton Manor offer a gorgeous setting for your drinks reception, we decorated the terrace with hot pink roses in shepherds crooks.
For the bridal bouquet we worked with Sarah to create a soft blousy white bouquet to complement her stunning Jenny Packham dress. We achieved a vintage glamour feel with the florals by using a mix of white hydrangeas, David Austin roses, scented freesias (her Grandma’s favourite) and snippets of gypsophilia tied with ivory satin ribbon. The bridesmaid bouquets had fluffy white hydrangeas with frilly Illusion roses.
We created Sarah and Neil’s initials from moss, these were laid outside Hampton Manor.
Peels restaurant looked stunning, the tables were named after the bride and grooms favourite bands. To achieve the wow factor when guests entered the room the tables were a riot of colour. The centre pieces had a stunning arrangement on a Moroccan silver cake stand, the lavish floral arrangement included hot pink and blush roses, trailing amaranthus and fluffy hydrangeas. Vibrant votives, Moroccan tea lights, ribbon and badges on the napkins in aqua and pink completed the look.
Sarah provided us with a lovely personalised container for the top table, we filled this with a mix of pink roses, including Sweet Avalanche, Illusion and snippets of astrantia, placed in a bell jar.
We suggested Sarah put her bouquet in a vase on her dessert table so all the guests could get a closer look. Sarah dried her bouquet which now takes pride of place in the top table container as a permanent reminder of her wedding day.
Extra details included badges on everyone’s place setting, an amazing cake table by the super talented Tracy from Cotton and Crumbs and a CD favour for wedding guests with songs on from the wedding day. Learn how to make these CD wallets over on Rock My Wedding.
Watch this short wedding film of Sarah and Neil’s wedding at Hampton Manor.
Sarah + Neil from Mark W Brown on Vimeo.
Venue: Hampton Manor
Photography: Damian Bailey
Film: Mark W Brown
Wedding Flowers: Passion for Flowers