Katie and Adam tied the knot at Hampton Manor and we worked our magic to create their dream wedding with dusky pink roses, trailing ivy and blackboard welcome signs.
WELCOME DISPLAYS AT HAMPTON MANOR
As guests arrive at your wedding venue make them feel really at home with a welcome display giving an insight into your wedding day look and feel. The beautiful entrance at Hampton manor suits relaxed styling with warm lanterns, and natural flowers and ivy foliage.
Delivering the wedding bouquets on the wedding morning is always an emotional time and we loved the excitement when a bride first sees the bridal party flowers. The choice of wedding bouquet is one of the key decisions for any wedding as the bouquet is one of the most photographed pieces of the day.
STUNNING WEDDING CAKE
The icing on the cake for any wedding is a cake from Ben the Cakeman. This semi naked cake design is just so stunning. We love to meet Ben on the morning of the wedding with fresh flowers which he then works his magic on to create an amaziing look which always surpasses our expectations. His attention to detail is beyond comparison and this wedding cake was a real beauty.
Thank you Katie and Dan for sharing your beautiful wedding images with us. We love receiving images from our couples and lovely comments like these
We just wanted to say a huge thank you for the beautiful flowers and decorations for our wedding day! We were so pleased with them, they were perfect! We had so many comments about them on the day, and they complemented the venue perfectly. You made the whole process and run up to the wedding easy and stress free”
If you are looking for help with planning your wedding at Hampton Manor please get in touch.
Imogen and Andrew married in the village church close to her family home. We met in the early stages of her wedding planning and enjoyed helping Imogen with plans for her day. She wanted a romantic reception set in the grounds of Priory Farm. Imogen runs Capital Cooking in London a well respected catering company and it was a delight to work with her and the team on her wedding.
BRIDAL PARTY – BOUQUETS, BUTTON HOLES AND FLOWER CROWNS
The young memebers of the bridal party sported cute button holes and flower crowns and the bouquets included a mix of scented roses hand tied with silk ribbons.
BRADLEY CHURCH – STATEMENT URNS
The village church was a delight to decorate with romantic flowers, scented roses, stocks adorned the windowsils with candlelight adding a soft glow. Large stone urns framed the ceremony, with tall delphiniums added for height.
MARQUE CENTREPIECES IN GLASS VASES
Inside the marquee we continued the romantic look with a mix of high and low centrepeice designs with lush flowers from the day. Scented roses, lisianthus, stocks and hydrangea with touches of lavender in the smaller vases.
DRINKS STATION AND WEDDING CAKE
The drinks station was set out around the lake with refreshing drinks on a hot summer’s day. The cake was made to Imogen’s design by her cake maker and we added blooms for complete the romantic look.
Creating flowers at Hampton Manor for weddings is always a treat, the warm wood, stone arches in this arts and craft house need the right floral touches to bring them to life. If your budget permits staircase flowers are a wow factor statement. The bride and her bridesmaids will walk down these stairs before heading to their ceremony, walking through an avenue of flowers is the perfect way to start your day, and imagine the photos your photographer will get!
These staircase flowers will be a focal point during your drinks reception creating a warm welcome for your guests and setting the tone for the rest of your day before they head through to Elizabeth’s Court. Here at Passion for Flowers we always jump at the chance to decorate the staircase for a wedding. Foliage, seasonal blooms and dashes of candlelight show you what can be done. This is for an autumn wedding but the look can be adapted depending on the season you have chosen to tie the knot.
If you are planning your wedding at Hampton Manor then do get in touch, we work here regularly and it is a pleasure to be one of Hampton Manors preferred suppliers, would love to help you with your flowers and styling.
Emily and Matt tied the knot at Iscoyd Park. Their wedding was oh so elegant yet understated, natural and perfect for the setting at Iscoyd Park. Their palette kept to the freshest greens, whites and greys we could source.
ISCOYD PARK WEDDING BY PASSION FOR FLOWERS
It is always a pleasure to create flowers at Iscoyd Park, the staff do all they can do make everyone feel at home and most welcome. From the gorgeous rooms to get ready in to the smallest detail everything is covered.
NATURAL WHITE AND GREEN BRIDAL BOUQUET
For Emily we creaed a natural bouquet with touches of grey brunia, eucalyptus leaves, lisianthus, softest hydrangea and roses.
SIMPLE ROSE BUTTON HOLES – WHITE AND GREEN
The button holes and corsages were natural tones of eucalyptus and spray roses for effortless style.
INDOOR WEDDING CEREMONY AT ISCOYD PARK
The indoor ceremony room at Iscoyd Park is a delightful room, full of light for an elegant day. The front of the house offers the perfect frame for confetti shots and laid back photos.
Flowers and decoration to the marquee continued the eleant natural look with tables being set with beautiful grey linen offset by the elegant foliage and flower filled rings with candlelight. Sometimes the simplest details create the most beautiful look and have great impact.
EXTRA DETAILS: FOLIAGE TO THE TABLE PLAN
Touches of foliage finish off the table plan to continue the look.
TOP TABLE AT ISCOYD PARK – LANTERNS, FOLIAGE AND ROSES
The long top table was laid with garlands of foliage with roses and lisianthus, the scent was amazing and the lanterns added an elegance to the look.
STATEMENT WEDDING CAKE FLOWERS – HANGING FEATURE
Every wedding needs a statement piece and we created a large hanging ring overfilled with foliage of different textures using the freshest ingredients available. Offset with roses and hanging baubles to create a centrepiece over the cake.
Karen and the team at Passion for Flowers regularly work at Iscoyd Park, if you have booked Iscoyd and are looking for a florist please get in touch, we’d love to hear about your wedding plans and how we could help.
Tom and Jo or TOJ as they are known by friends and family celebrated with an amazing wedding at Hampton Manor at the beginning of the year. These images capture a beautiful day and their characters just perfectly. The couple chose Hampton Manor as their home for the day with a romantic, luxurious, cosy and warm look and feel to their wedding day with flowers in neutral colours white, creams, and some grey tones with soft blush.
A romantic bridal bouqet with touches of Earl Grey roses and brunia suited the style of the day.
The bridesmaids carried smaller bouquets with touches of dusty miller and brunia, finished with the softest ribbon.
A touch of berried eucalyptus added interest to the corsages for the ladies in keeping with the rustic, elegant feel of the day.
The boys looking dandy on the doorstep of the Manor before going over to the ceremony.
RUSTIC ELEGANT WEDDING CEREMONY
The calligraphy signs welcomed guests to the wedding with a posy of flowers and foliage from the day. Candles and trees created a romantic backdrop to the ceremony with soft underplanting of helebores for freshness.
Scented delphinium petals created the confetti shot just outside the cermeony, always a moment to cherish.
MERCURY SILVER VASE CENTREPIECES
The mercury silver vases overfilled with the softest blooms looked elegant for the reception with hanging baubles and trees to frame the top table.The tables had quotes from favourites films to add a personal touch to the decor.
It is all in the detail and nothing had been forgotten to keep their guests warm and cosy as day turned to night and memories were made.
Tom and Jo were so wonderful to work with and we just loved their winter wedding at Hampton Manor, a most favourite venue of ours.
Iscoyd Park is a pleasure to work at for an elegant wedding. We were thrilled to create flowers for this epic 2 day wedding at Iscoyd Park for Asia and Jason.
For an elegant wedding bouquet you just cant beat a lush trailing or cascading bouquet with delicious scented David Austin roses, cascading foliage,an opulent mix of textures all topped off with an elegant bridal gown and cathedral length veil.
Elegant bridesmaids bouquets coordinated with the bridal bouquet, soft shaped hand tied bouquets with succulents and an abundance of bountiful blooms and texture. The cute flower girls carried posies with cafe au lait dahlia and roses finished with gold ribbon and flower crowns for the youngest. Not to forget an elegant wrist corsage for Mother of the Bride.
This wedding at Iscoyd Park oozed style and charm. I just love the groom’s button hole and cool moment captured by the flower wall backdrop.
WEDDING CEREMONY – ISCOYD PARK
This was day 2 of the wedding clebrations and Asia looked a dream as she walked down the aisle. Lush posies with English country garden flowers decorated the chairs for this gorgeous couple.
WEDDING CENTREPIECES – ISCOYD PARK
Iscoyd Park is the perfect setting for an elegant,romantic wedding with bags of style. Crystal glass centrepieces dripping with flowers, gold candle sticks, glasses and charger plates complemented the look.
TOP TABLE DECOR – ISCOYD PARK
The top table continued an elegant look but allowed all guests to see the radiant couple. Rococo style gold candlesticks and crystal vase arrangements bedecked with flowers oozed charm and elegance.
OUTDOOR SWING – ISCOYD PARK
The gardens at Iscoyd Park are a must for gorgeous informal shots, I love the swing decorated with a trail of flowers and foliage from the day. Happiness is a swing and a smile.
All weddings need a touch of whimsy and fun, this cool flower wall photo booth backdrop was enjoyed by guests all through the day. A moss backing with a design of roses, succulents and trailing amaranthus was also the romantic backdrop for the happy couple .A labour of love to create and a WOW factor for all the guests.
Hampton Manor is our closest venue, just a stone’s throw from our studio in Berswell and we always love a Hampton Manor wedding.
CREAM ROSE BRIDAL BOUQUET – ELEGANT WEDDING FLOWERS
Cream rose bridal bouquets epitomise an elegant bride and with avalanche roses and touches of delicate astilbe and touches of grey dusty miller they add a little twist to the day.
BRIDESMAIDS BOUQUETS IN CRYSTAL VASES – ELEGANT WEDDING FLOWERS
A great idea for a gift for bridesmaids is to present their bouquets in beautiful crystal vases finished with a small photo frame with a photo of the bride with their besties. A lovely keepsake from the wedding day.
CREAM ROSE BUTTON HOLES ON SILVER TRAYS
Elegant cream rose button holes look good presented on silver trays for the boys to hand out.
ELEGANT CEREMONY FLOWERS AT HAMPTON MANOR
An all white and cream display for the ceremony is always fresh and elegant.
Summer weddings held at country venues are a pleasure to work on and Laura and Jason wanted a music filled wedding day with family and friends. Packington Moor set in rural Warwickshire is a wonderful setting and the food and service are always excellent.
Flowers were high up on Laura’s plans for the day and the Passion for Flowers team filled her venue with flowers bringing her dreams to life.
BRIDAL PARTY BOUQUETS
Romantic was the order of the day and the bridal bouquets included cream garden roses with soft bombastic roses and hydrangea.For the young girls we added snippets of baby’s breath to the bombastic roses to keep their posies more delicate.
FLOWER CROWNS FOR FLOWER GIRLS
Don’t you just love the flower girls with their sweetest flowers crowns with bombastic spay roses and snippets of baby’s breath.
BUTTON HOLES TIED WITH TWINE
Jason and the boys sported spray rose button holes with rosemary trimmed with twine, perfect with the tweed waistcoat.
PACKINGTON MOOR ENTRANCE DECORATIONS
Rustic crates and hydrangea plants welcomed guest to the courtyard and were then gifted at the end of the day. Music was heard all around the barn for the ceremony and then set up outside in the courtyard to entertain the guests.
CEREMONY FLOWERS & DECORATIONS AT PACKINGTON MOOR
Ceremony flowers for the barn adorned the staircase, balcony, and arch complemented by flowers and candles down the aisle for a soft romantic setting for our couple.
CENTREPIECES AT PACKINGTON MOOR BARN VENUE
The centrepieces continued the romantic floral look for the day with elevated blousy arrangements in glass vases. The top table was filled with candlelight and blooms in a mix of glass vases and vessels finished with trailing foliage. The place settings were finished with rosemary for the boys and lisianthus for the girls another lovely way to welcome your guests to the wedding meal.
Chelsea is a dream, an amazing bride with an infectious and exuberant personality. We first met at the National Wedding Show and enjoyed skype meetings and wedding consultations to achieve the WOW look she was after for her church wedding to Carl followed by a stunning reception at Belvoir Castle.
The bridal bouquet was a lush hand tie with a mix of protea, feathery astilbe and roses. Her girls carried a bouquet of astilbe, so gorgeous on its own.
NORMANTON CHURCH WEDDING
Normanton church sat on the edge of Rutland water is quite extraordinary and a very special place to tie the knot.
So we always love a lavish reception and Belvoir Castle sat high on the hill is a treasure of a venue for an exclusive wedding. The tables were a mass of gold and flowers with a luxe gold candelabra surrounded by a sea of blooms. Once the candles were lit the venue shimmered and shone. Linen, gold cutlery, glasses and charger plates enhanced the look. The dessert table was expertly created by Cotton and Crumbs, a great favourite of ours.
We love these amazing images captured by the talented Matt Parry. Congratulations to Carl and Chelsea on your epic wedding.
This gorgeous wedding has so many of our favourite things flower wall backdrop, peonies and lots of gold glitter so we were thrilled to take our team down to Curradine Barns for this amazing wedding for the lovely Louise and Rob.
CREATING THE FLOWER WALL BACKDROP AT CURRADINE BARNS
Louise had one particular request she wanted flowers to cover the wall behind the top table to create a backdrop for her wedding celebrations. So the team carefully created her dream by hanging bombastic and miss bombastic spray roses with soft lisianthus to soften her backdrop. Louise and the girls were getting ready at the Barn and so popped in en masse to check how things were going.
PEONY BOUQUETS FOR THE BRIDE AND BRIDESMAIDS
Glamour was the key to the day and nothing hits the spot more than masses of peonies for beautiful bouquets with luxe dresses and lots of gold and glitter.
CHURCH WEDDING CEREMONY
The wedding took place at Great Witley Church in Worcestershire and was worth the steep climb up the hill to reveal the most beautiful Baroque Church, noted to be the finest example in England. An abundance of gold created the most magical setting for tying the knot.
CURRADINE BARN WEDDING FLOWERS AND DECORATIONS
The gold signage and stationery continued the gold and glitter mood and was used everywhere, I just love this Order of the Day.
Lush florals in glass footed bowls were laid out on the tables with hanging flower hoops suspended from the beams over many of the tables to create the natural flower filled room for our happy couple. I just love seeing the delight on Louise’s face as she enters her dream room.
TOP TABLE FLORAL GARLAND AND FLOWER WALL BACKDROP
As the evening went on the speeches and toasts were enjoyed by all with a floral garland to the top table and the stunning flower wall backdrop. Congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Jeffers you planned a great party for family and friends.
GOLD WEDDING CAKE, BOUQUETS TO DECORATE
We left vases to keep the bouquets looking lush around the beautiful gold wedding cake set on the gold glitter cloth.
Sparklers always add a bit of fun to the evening celebrations.
FLOWER CROWN FOR THE EVENING
If you fancy a change of look from day to evening then change your hairpiece or veil for a flower crown to be worn for the dancing.
Reeya Chalotra and Vishal Kapoor’s wedding at Shustoke Farm Barns in July was an elegant, stripped back look with natural flowers. We combined a mix of blooms chosen with the couple including hydrangea, wax flower, fountain grass, grey brunia, lisianthus, eucalyptus and highlights of bombastic soft blush spray roses. Just perfect for the setting at Shustoke Farm Barns in Warwickshire.
ORGANIC STYLE CEREMONY FLOWERS
The ceremony had a natural organic style with hand tied bunches of wax flower, eucalyptus and spray roses to the chairs.
To decorate the large wooden ceremony table a loose garland was created with plenty or organic foliage and blooms from the day. Garlands are a great look in a barn style venue with the addition of clylinder vases and candles for some magical candlelight.
HANGING HOOPS OF FLOWERS
The large open barns also benefit from some hanging flowers and so we designed hanging hoops made of wicker and wire, covered with relaxed foliage and flowers. It is important to use large scale blooms like hydrangea in these size of designs to create a dramatic look. Smaller blooms would be lost in a hoop of this size.
GUEST BOOK TABLE
The guest book table had photos and a rustic wooden box with soft organic blooms from the day.
Reeya and Vishal had a beautiful wedding and we are looking forward to seeing them again at The Ashes for Hannah and Rishi’s wedding. Thank you for recommending us. x
Wethele Manor nestled in the Warwickshire countryside is a favourite wedding venue of ours, especially in the summer months where couples with their guests can enjoy this delightful setting.
BLUSH PINK, PEACH AND CREAM BOUQUETS
For a summer wedding you can’t beat the wonderful scent of David Austin roses in blush pink and peach, with peonies, hydrangea and tanacetum with fresh eucalyptus all tied with trailing ribbons.
OUTDOOR CEREMONY WETHELE MANOR
We just love creating the decor and florals for outdoor weddings and the setting at Wethele Manor is just perfect. The oak arbour was lightly decorated with swathes of muslin and lush foliage and flower garlands.The ribbon backdrop added a touch of whimsy to the day.
HYDRANGEA PLANTS DOWN THE AISLE
Plants are a great idea to frame the aisle in an outdoor setting as they just enhance the natural setting.The ceremony table had a full garland trailing to the floor to continue this natural garden feel.
CENTREPIECES FOR THE MARQUEE AT WETHELE MANOR
For a large marquee remember to look at the expanse above your tables as well as the centrepieces.
CANDELABRA – PEACHES AND CREAM WEDDING FLOWERS
Candelabra added height to the tables giving an airy look and feel to the marquee, the flowers in peaches and creams added a cool, calmness to the day.
FOOTED BOWLS – PEACHES AND CREAM WEDDING FLOWERS
Footed vases sat on plinths in front of the top table and were used on some of the guest tables, enabling guests to see and smell the fragrant blooms.
TOP TABLE GARLAND
A lush foliage garland with highlights of delicate flowers ran the length of the top table. Hurricane vases and tea lights placed along the table added a touch of romance.
Pretty details were all around at this wedding, a gorgeous table plan and a dose of pretty behind the cake table.
As we regularly work at Hampton Manor we love it when new changes are made to venues. Hampton Manor have recently enhanced the outdoor area next to Elizabeth’s Court. There is a new seating area for guests to relax which would be lovely on a summers evening.
Have a look at the new seating area we recently styled with copper vases, pretty blooms lanterns, candles and sparklers. Doesn’t it look magical.
At Passion for Flowers we love working on Hampton Manor weddings. Hampton Manor is only about 10 minutes away from our studio so we often find ourselves working on weddings at this beautiful venue. Being a recommended wedding florist at Hampton Manor we were delighted to be involved in a shoot for their new brochure.
If you are including bronze in your wedding colours you will love these new tall bronze vases we have added to our collection of vases. Here we have shown how they look with classic white flowers and a contrast to show how they look with bright pink florals to tie in with the chairs often used at Hampton Manor.
TALL BRONZE VASES FOR CENTREPIECES WITH CLASSIC WHITE FLOWERS
Here we have used white hydrangeas and pale pink lilac with snippets of eucalyptus to create a larger arrangement within the stunning Elizabeth’s Court. To add candle light at a lower level on the table we have included our bronze candle sticks and bronze votives.
TALL BRONZE VASES FOR CENTREPIECES WITH PINK BLOSSOM
We just love using blossom within our floral creations when it is in season, and this pink blossom was just perfect for a brighter centrepiece at Hampton Manor. The pink really ties in with the pink chairs often used in Elizabeth’s Court. Again we have used bronze candle sticks and votives to create interest at the lower level.
These two different centrepieces use the same vase but demonstrate how they can look completely different using different flowers, colours and textures in the arrangements.
To tie in with the pink and bronze centrepiece we decorated the top table with a run of bronze vases with pink blossom and a mix of different bronze votives.