Private event held in the Jacobite Room at Edinburgh Castle.

Table Centres: Tall silver candlestands with long taper candles (no flowers) with little flower pots of white hydrangea and silver tealight holders. Table design alternated with low pots of white hydrangea and silver tealight holders and candles.

Bride & Groom: Alexia Taylor & Johnny Cordiner

Venue: Stockbridge House

Table Centres: The beautiful tables centres really transformed this venue. We used tall flute vases topped with arrangements of maple/beech leaves and natural willow with malis apples loose inside the vase, surrounded by tealights and loose maple/beech leaves and malis apples.

ADDITIONAL VENUE DETAILS:

All funds received from bookings go directly to support LifeCares charitable work to promote, provide and assist in the care and welfare of older persons who reside in the city of Edinburgh.

LifeCare has a number of rooms available to hire to all organisations at their fully accessible venue.

 

Bride & Groom: Alison Douglas & Trevor Wilson

Venue: The Scotsman Hotel

Table Centres: Different height candles in glass vases, with tealights and little pots of flowers of green hyacinths with red tips, red roses, read spray roses, dark blue hyacinths and greenery.

Just a note  of thanks to you and your team for your wonderful flowers at our wedding – from my bouquet to buttonholes and corsages, on to table decorations and candles by the bucketload, everything was just perfect. Thank you so much.

Alison & Trevor Wilson.

Bride & Groom: Catherine Hodges & Ben Love

Venue: The Glasshouse Hotel, Edinburgh

Bride’s Flowers:  Catherine held a hand tie of amnesia roses and soft pink, sweet avalanche roses.

Table Centres: Low glass bowls filled with compact arrangements of roses to match the bridal flowers.

Bride & Groom: Katherine Biggin & Andrew Forrester

Venue: Lennoxlove House. The ceremony was held in the house Chapel and the reception in the Great Hall.

Bride’s Flowers:  Katherine held a loose natural hand tie of open avalanche roses, ranunculus, hydrangea and bovardia all in shades of white and pale blue.

Table Centres: Low goldfish bowls containing a hand tie of seasonal flowers complimenting the bridal flowers.

 

“A special thank you from us both for the beautiful flowers you arranged for our wedding at lennoxlove House.

The bridal & bridesmaids bouquets in aprticular were absolutely gorgeous and the Great Hall looked stunning. Many thank for all your efforts.

Best Wishes.”

Andrew & Kate.

Event: Stirling Castle

October 19, 2011

Private event held in the Great Hall at Stirling Castle.

Long table in the Great Hall decorated with square vases filled with only white heather.

Information: In June this year after three years of refurbishment of the Royal Palace at Stirling Castle the official opening by the Queen and First Minister Alex Salmond took place. The work sees the revival of the six royal apartments in the palace building which was the childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots.

Bride: Marianne Lee

Bridal Flowers: Marianne held loose hand tie of wild garden style flowers and greenery using white dahlia.

“I am writing to thank you for the lovely flowers you supplied for my stepdaughter Marianne’s wedding. All the bouquets were perfect and the buttonholes were stylish. I was particularly struck by the care you had taken in presenting and labelling the flowers – it made them that bit more special on such an important day.

Marianne was very pleased and said that you had been really helpful and thoughtful when she went to see you. I will be sure to recommend you for wedding flowers.

With thanks and best wishes.

Judy Campbell.