This winter wedding at Hampton Manor was a delight from start to finish. With so many amazing floral features. We have posted part 1 (the bouquets and deconstructed arch at Hampton in Arden church). Now we bring you Rachel and James and their stunning winter reception at Hampton Manor. The Courtyard was transformed by candlelight,flowers and foliage. Guests entered an enchanted winter wonderland for the wedding breakfast and evening celebrations. The room felt warm and full of love as guests and family celebrated together.
Tall Gold Stands & Candles for an Enchanted Winter Wedding at Hampton Manor
Our brief for the Courtyard was elegant,dreamy and candlelit. The Courtyard tables were filled with a mix of white candles running the full length of the tables. Relaxed foliage softened the tables whilst tall gold stands bedecked with foliage and the softest of blooms added richness and elegance to the scene. The deconstructed arch from church was moved and then rebuilt and extended to create the most amazing backdrop to the top table, our team worked tirelessly to transform this into an Enchanted Winter Wedding at Hampton Manor.
We cannot believe how the flowers both at the Church and Hampton Manor formed the most beautiful backdrop to the whole day – even in my planning dreams I couldn’t have foreseen how perfectly you and your team would deliver for us!!!
It was a dull dreary damp December day brought to life by all those who took part and supported us on that day. It was truly magical and I thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!
Big Hugs xx
If you are planning a winter wedding at Hampton Manor we would love to create a wonderful setting for your day.
New Year’s Eve is a special time for celebrations and we were honoured to assist Kristin and Tim with their wedding flowers and styling at Hampton Manor. This gorgeous couple chose to come back to England to share their day with family and friends from around the globe. We enjoyed skyping with Kristin who is based in Bejing in the build up to her wedding to ensure we delivered the elegant winter wedding she desired.
The bouquets were large organic free form is style with a textured mix of foliage eucalyptus, ozmanthus, dotted with brunia berries, thistle, lisianthus, roses, and ranunculus.
THE CEREMONY – BIRCH ARBOUR
The ceremony was a beautiful affair with a birch arbour trimmed with the softest drapes to create a soft, romantic backdrop. The organic mix of foliage and flowers was continued throughout the day with hand tied bunches of foliage to the aisle chairs to bring the outdoors in. A traditional Chinese tea ceremony was an integral part of the ceremony. Here tea is lovingly poured by Kristin.
As they left the Birches the Kristin and Tim were showered with confetti to celebrate their marriage.
LONG TABLE FLORALS AND CANDLES – NEW YEARS EVE WEDDING
Long tables enabled family and friends from around the globe to connect, chat, and enjoy the food selected for this special wedding day. Fresh foliage was entwined the length of the long tables delicately interspersed with touches of white illuminated with gold candlesticks for a romantic look.
NEW YEARS EVE WEDDING PARTY
The evening was enjoyed as guests celebrated and welcomed in the New Year in style under the amazing chandelier in Elizabeth’s Court. These images are captured by the talented Fjona Weiling.
Thank you Kristin and Tim for putting your trust in us, we loved being part of the magic of your New Year’s Eve Wedding.
If you are looking for inspiration for your winter wedding do get in touch. Karen x
Many couples have a strong idea of the season they love, if you cherish the idea of warm fires, cracking logs, candles, winter wedding flowers in whites and greys then a winter wedding is just perfect for you.
WINTER WEDDING BOUQUET – WHITE AND GREY
For soft and subtle winter wedding flowers embrace white and grey as shown here is this winter wedding bouquet with hydrangea, ranunculus, brunia, lisianthus and feathry leaved dusty miller. This white and grey colour combination is a favourite for winter wedding bouquets.
WINTER WEDDING BUTTONHOLES – WHITE AND GREY WITH RIBBON
Dreamy winter wedding button holes with delicate ranunculus, dusty miller and brunia finished with elegant grey ribbon complete the look for the boys.
THE MOAT HOUSE DORSINGTON – A WINTER WEDDING RECEPTION
The Moat House Dorsington lends itself to a winter wedding reception a chance for a relaxed walk back from the village church to the fabulous exclusive venue set in its own private grounds.
WINTER WEDDING CENTREPIECES – HURRICANE VASES
The barn was elegantly decorated with hurricane vases with a winter wedding centrepiece with rustic simplicity continuing the white, grey,and silver look to the day. Crackers and fir cones finished the look for this winter wedding.
WINTER WEDDING FAVOURS & TABLE NAMES
Hot chocolate and marshmallow favours make thoughful winter wedding favours, with a decorated tag as the place name. The table names include images of winter penguins, presents, and stockings.
UNIQUE WINTER WEDDING GUEST BOOK IDEA
Our couples love to embrace the season and Laura and Ian decided on guests signing baubles as a unique winter wedding guest book idea. The messages can be treasured and brought out each Christmas as a reminder of a special day.