Erin and David had a winter wedding in December 2018 at Delamere Manor, Cheshire.
With a Christmas tree in the reception room and a really homely and welcoming feeling, it was no surprise why they selected this lovely venue. Their wedding flowers contained lots of foliage, within hints of white and grey florals. Erin had an idea early on the wedding of having our moongate, taking centre stage at the end of the aisle whilst they took their vows. It was to be completely covered in green wintry foliages in different shades of green, with various textures to create interest and movement. The foliage moongate theme ran through the rest of the wedding too, with Mama Inc creating the beautiful invitations and orders of service.
Eucalyptus and Pittosporum from Irish Green Guys, Laurel, Spruce, Olive, italian Ruscus and Mistletoe were used to create the moongate. Buttonholes of Eryngium, Snowflake spray roses, Waxflower and foliages created the perfect wintry wedding buttonholes for the groom and his groomsmen. Grand silver candleabras of white tapered candles and foliage were placed on the guest tables as centrepieces which perfectly complemented the soft atmosphere of the room. The bouquets were truly beautiful, containing Succulents, navy Eryngium, Scabiosa seedheads, white Ranunculus, white Anemones, white Lisianthus, white Veronica, white Waxflower, white Astrantia, white Avalanche roses and white Snowflake roses. Foliages of Mimosa, Ruscus, Eucalyptus and Olive were used too. Grey and white silk ribbons finished them off perfectly.
Congratulations to you both again xx
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