During the summer we worked on a beautiful wedding at Compton Verney, it was an elegant white wedding with wow factor stone urns and delicate crystal glass vases along the length of long tables. Compton Verney offers a stunning blank canvas for weddings so almost anything can be done with the venue.
Katie and Chris had their wedding ceremony and reception at Compton Verney, it really is a beautiful setting for a wedding, make sure you check it out if you are looking for wedding venues in Warwickshire
COMPTON VERNEY WEDDING FLOWERS ~ CEREMONY FLOWERS
We kept the ceremony decoration very simple letting the room speak for itself, on the end of each chair down the aisle we tied a cream rose head. On the ceremony table itself we created a grouping of crystal glass decanters, vases, bowls and cake plates, these are all finds from various charity shops. Along the large window sills that run along one side of the room we also placed crystal vases and containers. These glass vases were all filled with delicate white flowers, from a mix of white hydrangeas, cream roses, cream freesias, blush pink roses, ranunculus and dill.
We framed the ceremony table with two of our stone urns they had a natural relaxed arrangement of white hydrangeas, roses and eucalyptus.
COMPTON VERNEY WEDDING FLOWERS ~ RECEPTION FLOWERS
For the wedding reception the room was set out with long tables in rows. Down the centre of each table we placed crystal vases and decanters of all shapes and sizes, from tiny glass vases to large crystal cake plates. We used a soft mix of flowers in these, white hydrangeas, cream freesias, roses and ranunculus each table was full.
Each guest place setting had a luggage tag stamped with their name on, tied with mr and mrs ribbon. The cards were collected in a suitcase, CARDS was spelled out on luggage tags using our rustic alphabet stickers. We added a few bottles around this. We loved this table plan we created, we stacked up two crates on the table to add height and draped it in a pretty lace cloth. Each table was represented by a potted plant, the table number was marked by the blackboard heart sign and lolly pop sticks had the guests names stamped onto them.