Helen & Gareth held their wedding ceremony and reception at the beautiful Lennoxlove House near Haddington. 

The ceremony took place in the house Chapel and the dinner reception in the Great Hall. The guest table arrangements consisted of a ring of seasonal flowers including hydrangea and alexander roses around the base of beautiful tall glass candlestands. The top table had a central long and low arrangement and lots of pots of ivory, cream and gold flowers running down the table.

Wedding reception held in the Gatehouse Restaurant in the Edinburgh Royal Botanical Gardens.

Table Arrangements consisted of tall flute vases filled with autumnal flowers and design. 


Rona & David, Fettes College

November 20, 2010

Rona & David held their wedding ceremony and reception at Fettes College in the centre of Edinburgh.

Rona held a hand tie of lily of the valley flowers and greenery. Rona’s bridesmaids held hand ties of double white eustoma with the junior bridesmaids holder smaller versions.

The wedding ceremony was held in the college chapel and the dinner reception in the main hall. The tables were decorated with tall slender vases topped with white dendrobium orchids and grasses.

Clare & Constantinos chose the sumptuous rooms of the Royal College of Physicians for their wedding reception.

Clare held a loose hand tie of sweet avalanche roses, ranunculus, eustoma, eucalyptus and roses in creams and blush pinks. Clare’s bridesmaid held a similar but smaller version.

The wedding ceremony was held in the Canongate Church on the Royal Mile. The reception dinner was in the Great Hall in the Physicians college. The tables were decorated with tall martini style vases topped with a lush arrangement of seasonal flowers including cymbidium orchids, avalanche roses, eustoma, skimmia, salal, eucalyptus and with lily grasses and tall natural willow.

Dear Lianne,

We can’t thank you enough for all that Roseparks, and you in particular, did for us for Clare’s wedding.

Clare & Olivia’s bouquets were utterly gorgeous, the button holes were lovely and church flowers superb. The Physicians arrangements were fabulous and complimented the decor magnificently. Everything was hugely admired, including the lavish decorations on the cake.

Please thank all your team who contributed, but I stress that we are so grateful for your kindness and professionalism at a personal level. 

Sandra & Phil Thornton. (Brides Parents).

Claire & Richard chose the Scotsman Hotel for their wedding venue. The Scotsman sits beside North Bridge, minutes away from Edinburgh Castle the famous Royal Mile and Waverley Station.

Claire held a compact hand tie of cream vendella roses, decorated with a bow of ribbon and with pearl detail. Claire’s bridesmaid held a compact hand tie of cream vendella and amnesia roses with brown hypericum through and brown ribbon.

The dinner reception was held in the Russell Suite with the tables decorated with tall lily vases topped with natural willow amnesia and vendella roses and hypericum.

Caroline & Craig are from Ireland and decided to get married at the beautiful medieval castle setting of Dalhousie Castle which is steeped in scottish history.

The ceremony took place in The Chapel and dinner reception in the Dungeon Restaurant. The long table at the dinner reception was decorated with mixed low arrangements of pink aqua roses, white bianca roses and pink & white freesia running down the length of the table along with a variety of candles in glass, all sitting on a long mirror. 

The Edinburgh Convention Bureau, responsible for marketing and organising Scotland’s capital city as a premier conference, incentive and event destination, held their annual event in the Caledonian Hall in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh.

A wow factor was asked for, so that’s exactly what they got! We really enjoyed designing and putting this event together. It was great to put together something a little bit different and it’s been lovely for us to receive all the positive feedback. 

Please see slides below –

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6th & 7th November 2010.

Another great show from our friends at Edinburgh Corn Exchange. An exclusive collection of Scotland’s leading wedding suppliers. Over 100 exhibitors specialising in bridalwear, kilts, vintage cars, entertainment, wedding cakes, favours, photography, stationery and of course – flowers. In short everything for planning a wedding.

We hope you enjoyed the day and saw something you liked!

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Fife Business Awards

November 11, 2010

We were delighted to be asked to provide table centre decorations for the Fife Business Awards held at The Vines in Dunfermline.

The search was on to find Fife’s brightest business stars in 2010. Attracting high profile industry support, the awards offer Fife businesses the opportunity to promote business achievements and celebrate success. The winners were announced at this glittering Award Ceremony. 

Event Organisers: Event Consultants Scotland.

Claire & Gregor chose the beautiful and stunning setting at Lennoxlove House near Haddington for their wedding reception.

Claire held a beautiful trail of black baccara roses, mango cala lilies, orange ranunculus, red spray roses and with ivy and grass loops.

The dinner reception was held in the Marquee on the lawn. The marquee was decorated in an enchanted forest theme with fairy lights, candles, extra candlestands and greenery. The table centres consisted of elegant tall silver candlestands with an arrangement using same flowers and colours as the bridal flowers. The top table had similar arrangements on baby silver candlestands with lots of little pots of flowers and tea lights running down the table.  

Just to say a HUGE thank you for the fantastic job you did with the flowers on Saturday.

In particular I can’t tell you how stunned we were with the fantastic decor of the marquee – it truly was amazing – an “enchanted forest” indeed!

Absolutely outstanding – I will never forget walking into there!

I know Claire was absolutely delighted with everything as well. We couldn’t have wished for anything better.

From our first discussions to the day itself, it  was a pleasure working with you Lianne.

Mrs A Common (bride’s mother).