September 11, 2011
Bride & Groom: Lynne Renwick & Alasdair Lynch
Venue: Melville Castle
Bride’s Flowers: Lynne held a trail of ivy and white double eustoma, roses and hydrangea.
Table Centres: Tall flute vase with a loose but lush arrangement of flowers (delphinium, hydrangea, spray roses, ivy, roses, eustoma and greenery) in shades of blues and whites.
Some images kindly supplied by Lynne & Alasdair’s Photographer: Philip Hawkins Photography
I just wanted to email to say a massive thank you to yourself and Roseparks for the beautiful flowers at our wedding at Melville Castle. The bouquets and centre pieces looked amazing and the flowers in the bridesmaids bouquets looked stunning with the colour of their
dresses. Thanks again for all your help.
Lynne and Alasdair Lynch
September 10, 2011
Bride & Groom: Vicky Turner & Daniel Boucher
Venue: Melville Castle Hotel
Bride’s Flowers: Vicky held a bridal trail of white cala lilies and white phelanopsis orchids.
Table Centres: Tall lily vase topped with white cala lilies and cascading phelanopsis orchids over the vase.
July 3, 2011
Bride & Groom: Heather Crichton & Steve Thompson.
Venue: Melville Castle Hotel
Bride’s Flowers: Heather held a compact hand tie of blush pink peonies, off white spray roses and soft pink roses.
Table Arrangements: Tall flute vase with crystal garland and lights inside the vase – topped with a lush arrangement of white hydrangea. The Top Table had baby flutes with a similar design & flowers.
June 24, 2011
Bride & Groom: Heather Caskie & Kenny Stevenson
Venue: Melville Castle
Bride’s Flowers: Heather held a compact hand tie of off white roses. Heather’s four bridesmaids also held similar a similar version.
Table Arrangements: Tall flute vase topped with a loose arrangement of shades of white roses.
December 11, 2010
Gem & Gareth chose the beautiful Melville Castle hotel for their wedding venue.
The wedding ceremony was held in the ballroom and the dinner reception in the dining room.
Ceremony: room was decorated with a fresh xmas tree with holly, mistletoe and candles placed on the window ledges.
Reception: guest tables were decorated with tall silver candlestands with lush christmas garland and baby hand ties of white and red roses. The top table had baby candlestands with similar christmas themed flowers.
October 23, 2010
Sue and Neville chose the beautiful Melville Castle for their wedding venue.
The reception was held in the Dining Room. The guest tables were decorated with elegant glass candlestands sitting on a mirror with tea lights and baby candles. The top table had several single glass candlestands with tealights and little pots of flowers running down the table.
“Thank you so much for the fabulous bouquets and the church flowers for our Wedding Day. I absolutely loved my bouquet and I know Bethany’s bouquet made her feel very special too.
The tables all looked wonderful with all the candles for our wedding breakfast.
Thank you, your service was exceptional throughout all the planning.”
Sue & Nev.
September 25, 2010
Mark and Sam held their civil partnership at the beautiful and stylish Melville Castle Hotel. The civil ceremony was held in the Ballroom with the dinner reception in the Dining Room.
Mark & Sams six bridesmaids held arrangements of cala lilies bound in an aubergine satin ribbon.
The dinner reception tables were decorated with a tall lily vase topped with a tall arrangement of white cala lilies and a hanging arrangement of aubergine schwarzwalder lilies inside the vase. The top table had goldfish bowls with grasses and schwarzwalder lilies.
August 28, 2010
Tanya & Chris come from Derbyshire and decided on the beautiful Melville Castle Hotel for their wedding venue. The ceremony was held in Colinton Parish Church.
Tanya chose a beautiful hand tie of vendella roses with greenery and a touch of cream eustoma. Tanya’s bridesmaids held smaller versions of similar hand ties to compliment.
The reception dinner tables in the Pavilion at Melville Castle were decorated with tall flute vases topped with a beautiful arrangement of vendella and green roses with greenery, surrounded by little pots of flowers and tea light candles.
August 21, 2010
Joanne & Roger chose the the beautiful and stylish Melville Castle on the outskirts of Edinburgh for their wedding reception. The ceremony was held in the Ballroom and the reception in the dining room.
Joanne held a compact hand tie of vendella and amnesia roses. Joanne’s bridesmaids held compact hand ties of vendella roses to compliment. In the dining room the reception tables were decorated with elegant glass candlestands with tall ivory taper candles - sitting on a mirror with little pots of the bridal flowers and tea lights. The top table was dressed similarly but using baby glass candle stands.
August 1, 2010
Catherine & Graeme chose the beautiful Melville Castle for their wedding venue. The ceremony was held on the grounds and the reception in The Pavilion.
Catherine held a loose trail of white roses, cream hydrangea and eustoma and cream peonies. The bridesmaids held hand ties of cream pony roses and double eustoma while the flowergirls had wrist corsages of cream peonies.
The reception tables were decorated with tall martini style vases topped with the bridal flowers of white roses, cream hydrangea, eustoma and peonies with greenery and trailing ivy.
“Anyway I would like to say a BIG thank you to you and all that had a hand in our flowers for our wedding on 1st August at Melville Castle. As I mentioned when we first met I love my flowers and what you created was exactly what I wanted, I was really please that we could have the peonies as they were out of season, they were amazing. My bouquet was lovely I only wish it could have lasted forever and the hand ties for the Bridesmaids and all the button holes etc, were spot on. The venue looked beautiful and everything was just right for the size of the venue and my guests were very pleased when I offered to them to take some flowers away with them, and everyone said they lasted a long while some even made it back the 400 miles down in England.
Once again thank you very much for making one of the things I considered important to me on my wedding day perfect.”
Catherine & Graeme.