Jennifer & David’s venue for their wedding day was the Royal College of Physicians.

Jennifer’s hand tie was a beautiful arrangement of white & cream. White & cream roses with white hydrangea and cream cymbidium orchids.

The reception table centres were tall martini style vases filled with clear gel and topped with a loose arrangement of beautiful green/white hydrangea, green cymbidium orchids, white roses and white eustoma and greenery. The top table had similar styled mini martini vases.

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Claire & Malcolm’s wedding venue was the beautiful Melville Castle Hotel

Bride’s Flowers: Trail of dark blue ‘magic’ vanda orchid.

Ceremony Room: was dressed little pots of vanda orchids & vendella roses and candles & ivy. Pew ends of single vanda orchids were used.

Reception: Tall flute vases with a lush arrangement of deep purple & ivory mirrors.

“We would like to thank you for the beautiful flowers we had on our special day. Everything was perfect and we got so many comments on how lovely they were, they definitely had the ‘wow’ factor.”

Claire & Malky.

Jacky & Chris chose one of our favourite venues, the beautiful Lennoxlove House, for their wedding.

Jacky & Chris live in Germany and wanted a small intimate wedding for friends and family. Their wedding ceremony was held in the Chapel and the reception in the Great Hall.

Bridal Flowers: hand tie of cream roses and orchids with red.

Reception: Single table decorated with beautiful glass candlestands and a variety of vases with flowers and candles.

Back to beautiful Dundas Castle for Denise & Mike’s wedding.  

Ceremony: The Auld Keep – decorated with candles in glass, tealights, ivy throughout. The ceremony room fireplace was decorated with jasmine and vine. A soft warm lighting effect in The Keep was provided by our friends at Finix Productions Ltd.

Reception: The Pavilion – a ‘good wish’ tree of pink blossom, white lilac and hanging crystals at the entrance. Table arrangements were tall flute vases with tops of lilac hydrangea, pink & cream peonies, vendella roses & hanging amaranthus. Inside the vases were strands of jasmine.  

One of Scotland’s most beautiful & historic castles – Dundas Castle was the setting for Pamela & Martin’s wedding.

The ceremony was held in the Auld Keep and the reception in The Pavilion. The Keep was decorated with lots of candles in glass, small tealights and ivy. The Pavilion guest table centres were tall silver candlestands decorated in flower colours of off-white, green and a hint of purple. The top table had baby silver candlestands with flowers to match the guest tables.

40 table event held in the Baron Suite at Edinburgh Corn Exchange on behalf of Event Consultants Scotland and Marketing Excellence Awards Scotland 2010.

Not a flower in sight! Instead a funky design of star shapes and wire with little lights.

Event: EICC

May 21, 2010

57 table event held in the Cromdale Suite at EICC on behalf of Homes for Scotland.