Packington Moor Wedding Flowers {Candelabra & Footed Bowls}


Julia and James were married during May this year at Packington Moor Farm one of our regular wedding venues. At our consultation we discussed the overall look they were trying to achieve, Julia and James wanted a relaxed feel using soft pastel pink and dusky pink roses with natural style in keeping with their rustic venue.

Here at Passion for Flowers we helped Julia and James decide on the mix of flowers which were to be used though out the day. The main flowers we used were Avalanche roses, Sweet Avalanche roses, Memory Lane roses, spray roses, white lisianthus, freesias, wax flower and eucalyptus.


Julia’s wedding bouquet was a natural hand tied mix of the flowers of the day, we kept to a rounded shape creating texture with the wax flower and grey green eucalyptus. Her bouquet handle was finished off with rustic twine.


Unfortunately we have no photos of the ceremony set up at Packington Moor for Julia and James’ wedding. We used two of our 5′ high silver candelabra with a full floral arrangement either side of the aisle which were later moved to either end of the top table. On the ceremony table we placed one of the footed bowls which later was transferred to one of the guest tables.


The reception was held in the Malt Barn, a stunning room within the barn with wooden beams, exposed brickwork and lovely natural light. For the tables we went with two different table centres alternating on different tables. For the lower style of arrangement we created a natural look in our footed bowls, the bowl was lined with moss and then a round mix of soft pastel pink roses, dusky pink roses, ivory roses, as well as lisiathus, rose buds and eucalyptus.

Packington Moor Wedding Flowers Footed Bowl The other guest tables had taller centrepieces. We used our 1m high silver candelabra on these tables, the candelabra created a real wow factor when guests entered the room. Again we used a similar mix of flowers on the candelabra as had been used throughout the day to coordinate the whole look.

Packington Moor Farm Wedding Flowers Candelabra Julia and James had made their own place cards using brown luggage tags and pegged these onto guests napkins with white heart pegs. These are available from our sister company, don’t forget Passion for Flowers brides get 10% discounts from The Wedding of my Dreams.

Passion for Flowers Packington Moor Wedding

Silver Candelabra Wedding Flowers ~ 4 Different Styles

Our stunning 5 foot tall silver candelabra look amazing at wedding ceremonies, especially if you are having candelabra on your guest tables, it is important to follow the style of decoration on throughout the day. The tall candelabra can look great running down the aisle, say 3 each side or just 2 at the front of the church instead of a traditional church pedestal. They make lovely entrance pieces, either side of a doorway.

If you are using the tall silver candelabra at your wedding ceremony we always suggest moving them to another part of your venue after the ceremony to get the most use out of them, they look stunning either side of a long top table. tall silver candelabra wedding flowers The candelabra can be decorated in a number of different ways, they could have flowers around the top as shown in these photos or we could make a long garland of flowers down the lenght of the candelabra. The choice of flowers we use would reflect the flowers used throughout your wedding day.

We have shown 4 different types of flowers used in our candelabra here, which is your style of flowers? We’d love the hear from you.

silver candelabra wedding flowers 4 different styles

Grafton Manor Wedding Flowers ~Footed Vases & Candelabra With Purple Wedding Flowers

Grafton Manor Wedding Flowers

Grafton Manor is a beautiful wedding venue set in the Worcestershire countryside, it has it’s own chapel on site and marquee off the main house.  We have worked on a number of weddings at Grafton Manor, this wedding had a purple and lilac colour scheme. For these purple wedding flowers we included purple lisianthus, ocean song roses, a hint of white hydrangeas, purple freesias, astrantia and eucalyptus.

It is often a nice idea to mix table centres, not only does it help on budget but also adds variations throughout the room giving interest to each table.

purple wedding flowers footed vases grafton manor

Footed Vases

These footed vases were filled with a purple and white domed arrangement of white hydrangeas, ocean song roses, lilac lisianthus, freesias, astrantia and eucalyptus. The bowl of the footed vase was filled with pearls to give an elegant look.

For a different look these same vases can be filled with moss to create a rustic / woodland feel or glass cubes for a more elegant / modern look.

purple wedding flowers silver candelabra grafton manor

Candelabra Centrepieces

We used a gorgeous mix of florals choosing a similar mix of purple flowers to the footed vases. Our silver candelabra are 1m high, this is the best height for table candelabra as the arrangement is above eye level when guests are sitting at the table, there is nothing worse than guests not being able to see across the table if the flowers are in the way. With our candelabra the flowers are well above eye level and create a real wow factor when guests first enter the room.

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