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.

Amanda and Mark were married in the historic and romantic setting of Lennoxlove House set in 460 acres of beautiful grounds. The ceremony was held in the Chapel and the reception in the Great Hall.

Amanda chose a loose and natural trail of white roses, spray roses, gypsophila with eucalyptus and hard ruscus. The bridesmaids held loose hand ties of off white roses, spray roses and greenery.

The chapel where Amanda & Mark were married was decorated throughout with a scattering of candles in glass and loose ivy. The ceiling candelabra’s were decorated with fine hanging garlands of off-white roses, gypsophila and greenery.

The reception tables in the Great Hall had table centres of tall silver candlestands with long taper candles and an arrangement of off white roses, gypsophilia and greenery with little pots of flowers and tea lights to compliment the look. The top table was dressed similary except using baby silver candlestands.

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.

Katy & her partner live in the States and held a small intimate wedding at Traquair House in the Scottish Borders. The house originally dates back to 1107 and was used by Kings and Queens of Scotland and is said to be Scotland’s oldest inhabited house.

Katy carried a hand tie of dark pink roses, peonies and a touch of purple eustoma. Katy’s matron of honour held a hand tie of white roses with purple eustoma.

The reception was held in the Dining Room of Traquair House with one long table decorated with glass cubes blocked in with the bridal flowers of purple eustoma and pink peony rose to contrast

Spoke to the florist once and that’s all it took. I emailed her pictures in advance with pictures to help guide her with what I was looking for and I was so pleased to see everything once it arrived. The flowers on our table for dinner were SO amazing, I wanted to take them home, but knew this would be an issue on the airplane. haha”

Katy & Keith

Lorraine & Mike chose the beautiful sea-view setting of the MacDonald Marine Hotel in North Berwick for their wedding venue. The ceremony and wedding dinner were held in The Library with the evening reception in the Bass Rock Suite.

Lorraine held a hand tie of off white roses with pearl beading with the bridesmaids holding similar versions with a black binding.

For the ceremony the Library was decorated with tall cylinder vases topped with a sphere of off white/cream roses with a crushed ice effect through the vase and a coloured ribbon band around the top. These along with spheres of roses and little flower pots and tea lights were used for the wedding dinner and evening reception.

“I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say a massive thank you – our flowers were perfect!”


Donna & Peter at home

August 14, 2010

The weather was kind enough to allow Donna & Peter their wishes of getting married outside in the beautiful surroundings of their own garden and the reception in a marquee on the lawns of their home.

Donna held a hand tie of schwarzwalder calla lilies and white akito roses. To compliment the bridesmaids carried hand ties of white akito roses with the flowergirl carrying a baby version of the brides hand tie.

For the outdoor ceremony various free standing arrangements were placed alongside the garden archway. The reception tables in the marquee were dressed with tall lily vases topped with spheres of schwarzwalder calla lilies, off white roses & spray roses, white eustoma, black baccara roses with lush greenery and trailling ivy.

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.

Caroline and Chris held their wedding at the Braid Hills Hotel, one of Edinburgh’s best known and traditional hotels.

Caroline carried a trail of white crystal blush calla lilies and red roses with grasses. The bridesmaids carried hand ties of white roses with red pearl details and the flower girls held baby versions of these.

Two tall flute vases topped with white calla lilies and red roses with greenery with a crushed ice effect and detail of blue thistle and rose petals inside the vase were displayed at the ceremony. The bride organised her own table centres.    

Evening dinner held at the RBS Conference Centre.

We were delighted to be asked to decorate the table for a small private dinner party for 18 people held in The Gatehouse at Edinburgh Castle.