It’s exciting times for The Great House at Sonning – January 2015 marks the start of the revitalisation of The Great House, when this faded gem will be brought back to life. Here’s a few photographs of today’s wedding open day.
The Olde Bell in Hurley is a smart timber-frames coaching inn with contemporary rooms. I’ts an idea venue for a wedding or event. You can choose between the Tythe Barn, or the Malt house. Here are some of the flowers we’ve provided there.
I spent all day Wednesday at the beautiful Silchester House on the border of Hampshire and Berkshire. Here are some of the wedding flowers we have provided at this wonderful grand Victorian Home.
Cain Manor is a delightful venue in Surrey. The gorgeous tudor fireplace instantly makes you feel at home. Photographs by Indigo Images.
Caroline and James were married outdoors at Lillibrooke Manor and they had a funfair themed wedding. The flowers were a rustic mix of cottage garden flowers, in a variety of differnt colours.
Kate and Laurence were married at Henley Town Hall in August this year, and their reception was held at the stunning Greenlands. Kate wanted the bridal flowers to include a very pale blue to match the bridesmaids dresses, so we used a beautiful pale blue delphinium. The table centres at Greenlands were to be a complete contrast using a bright and colourful mixture of flowers.
Kirsty and Steve’s wedding at the Mansion House, Wokefield Park. Kirsty chose a beautiful and simple bouquet of dusky pink Keano roses. I’m sure you’ll agree she looked stunning.