Michael and Julian tied the knot with a moving ceremony in the Birches at Hampton Manor. Their wedding as an emotional fun-filled day beautifully captured by Amy Rose Photography.
The button holes were natural and soft with a mix of foliage and herbs from the day. White roses were added for the grooms and mums.
The groomsmaids carried stunning loose hand tied bouquets overflowing with a mix of scented foliage and white roses Alabaster and Snow Ballet with veronica.
CEREMONY DECOR – MOONGATE BACKDROP, LANTERNS & MORE
The grooms wanted a moongate backdrop to the ceremony.The moongate is the national symbol of Berrmuda and said to bring good luck so we were delighted to create a moongate design for their ceremony. The moongate was decorated with a mix of foliage and white roses for a stunning modern look. White lanterns and bunches of foliage lined the aisle for the grooms to be escorted down by their mum’s.
RECEPTION CENTREPIECES AND DECOR – HAMPTON MANOR
The simplistic modern style was continued into the reception with the moongate backdrop set up behind the top table and a garland of eucalyptus foliage with white hydrangea for impact together with roses and baby’s breath.
Guest tables had a light dressing of foliage and white baby’s breath with candlelight and white and green stationery continuing the look.
FOLIAGE SKIRT FOR WEDDING CAKE
The stunning cake created by Ben The Cakeman appeared to be floating on our foliage skirt another modern touch incoporated into this stylish wedding.
MOONGATE BACKDROP IN MORE DETAIL
The circular moongate symbolizing good luck and ever lasting love is a favourite for wedding backdrop. Its clean lines work well with plenty of green foliage and white flowers or it can be decorated to suit any wedding style.
James and Keeley invited us to step in to flower their wedding at the last minute and we were delighted to work with them to create a wonderful day.
Keeley was overjoyed with her bouquet. She sent us some initial ideas of styles she liked and we created her hand tied, loose organic style bouquet, with a soft and natural mix of flowers. The style of bouquet looked perfect with her Ronald Joyce bridal gown.
The elegant look continued with the bridesmaids and their bouquets with trailing silk ribbon.
Bunches of roses hung from the wooden pews as Keeley and James made their wedding vows.
WEDDING RECEPTION DECORATIONS – HAMPTON MANOR
The Welcome sign dressed with a flourish of foliage and flowers welcomed guests to the terrace at Hampton Manor.
TALL GOLD STANDS – WEDDING CENTREPIECES
The softest blush pink runners created softness to the tables whilst the tall gold stands added height and drama to the tables. Candlelight and small vases with flowers completed the look. The bottles of Limencello were a welcome gift.
TOP TABLE FLOWERS
The intimate sweetheart table was covered in flowers and candlelight for this elegant couple. The beautiful cake by Nina at Beanies Bakery was decorated with blooms from the day and Keeley chose to add her bouquet to the cake table.
If you are looking for stunning wedding flowers for your day at Hampton Manor do get in touch to discuss details.
Alexia and Michael had a flower-filled wedding in Spring this year sharing the day with their families and friends. Honeymoon tulips and avalanche roses filled the day.
The bride chose an all-white colour palette with a mix of scented garden roses for the bouquets.
The groom chose buttonholes finished with twine and an elegant rose with just a touch of foliage, a perfect choice with his navy suit and pink tie.
Hampton Manor – Long Tables of glass vases and candlelight – all white flowers
Elizabeth Court at Hampton Manor looked gorgeous with an all-white scheme for the top table and the long guest tables. A mixture of glass vases were filled with spring tulips, spray roses and garden roses, the aroma was wonderful and guests all admired the room. Candles completed the look.
Urns from Church later moved to Hampton Manor
The Greek church was a stunning venue for the marriage ceremony with its blue interior and wonderful ceiling. As the church has so much decoration large urns were added to frame the ceremony. These were later moved to Hampton Manor to be part of the top table decoration.
Alexia sent a lovely note which is always appreciated.
Thank you for the beautiful flowers – the room at Hampton Manor looked lovely and it was so nice being able to give everyone a bunch of flowers in the morning
This weekend we exhibited at Hampton Manor Wedding Fair. Here at Passion for Flowers we love working at Hampton Manor, not only is it 10 minutes from our floral workshop but the new ceremony barn is just our style. We exhibited within the Birches and showed a rustic glamour style table as well as styling the ceremony.
We used gold candelabra as centrepieces with highlights of nude Quicksand roses, hydrangeas, wax flowers and eucalyptus. Of course we added an eclectic mix of bronze and gold tea light holders for extra candle light.
A COUPLE OF PHOTOS FROM HAMPTON MANOR WEDDING FAIR
Our window shutters table plan was also set up in the entrance and admired by all.
At Passion for Flowers we love it when our brides let us in on a secret. This film by Mark Brown was so special as it was a present from a bride to her groom. What a gorgeous surprise for Richard and a wonderful gift from his bride Victoria as a lasting reminder of their wonderful wedding day at Hampton Church and Hampton Manor.
Victoria and her bridesmaids carried gorgeous summer vintage style bouquets, we love using vintage flowers at Hampton Manor. We used dahlia Cafe au Lait, a mix of vintage roses in creams, soft and deeper pink and peach tones of Magic Avalanche, Pearl Avalanche, scented Kiera garden roses, astrantia, eucalyptus and olive foliage with rosemary for a relaxed look. Long trailing ribbons completed the look. After the church service Victoria changed to wearing a flower crown of mixed summer flowers including garden roses which totally suited her relaxed day with vintage elements.
What a beautiful bride wonderfully captured on film.