September 3, 2011
Event: 60th birthday party celebration.
Venue: Carberry Tower
Table Arrangements: Tall vases with Peacock feathers and blue/turquoise flowers.
April 22, 2011
Bride & Groom: Michelle Jessiman & Jamie Rennicks
Venue: Carberry Tower, East Lothian. A magnificent 15th century mansion house set in 35 acres of stunning parkland provides a beautiful setting with quality service.
Bride’s Flowers: Michelle carried a hand tie of blue hydrangea, off white sweet peas, yellow ranunculus & spray roses.
Table Arrangements: Tall silver candlestands decorated with a loose sphere of white sweet peas, blue hydrangea, lemon spray roses, yellow ranunculus and white tulips and a little greenery.
Top Table: Vases for the bridal flowers, with little pots of flowers to match and compliment.
Jamie and I wanted to write to thank you for the beautiful flowers you created for our wedding. They were absolutely stunning and looked even better than I could ever have imagined. I’m still over the moon that you managed to get sweet peas for me. We had lots of compliments about how lovely the flowers were, which was fantastic to hear.
Thank you once again. You were a pleasure to deal with and we would have absolutely no hesitations in recommending you.
Michelle & Jamie
August 14, 2010
Fiona & David chose Carberry Tower in Musselburgh, a magnificent 15th century mansion situated on 35 acres of parklands, for their wedding venue.
Fiona carried a hand tie of natural white hydrangea with white eustoma and ivy. Fiona’s bridesmaid held a dusky pink hydrangea and eustoma hand tie with the flower girl carrying a basket of pink rose petals.
The bride brought a personal family touch into her wedding with the beautiful hand-made wooden bowls and tea light holders, seen here in the images, made by her father specifically for the wedding. We filled these with a natural looking hand tie of white & pink hydrangea, eustoma, jasmine and ivy with rings of willow.