Bride & Groom:

Catriona Brown & William Evans

Venue:

Dunglass Estate

Bride’s Flowers:

Catriona held a hand tie of alabaster roses, phelanopsis orchids (with yellow centres) and lily of the valley & leaves. Catriona’s bridesmaids held hand ties of open alabaster roses.

Table Centres:

Low lush arrangements of seasonal white & greens using spray roses, hydrangea, blossom, akito roses, lilac, jasmine rings and lush greenery.

Catriona & William’s other main Wedding Suppliers included:

Comment received 2/5/12

“Just wanted to say a massive thank you to you and your wonderful team at Roseparks for making our wedding day so special. The flowers and candles were even more amazing than I imagined. Once again thank you – love Mr & Mrs Evans xxx.

Bride & Groom:

Deirdre Burnett & Simon Shakeshaft

Venue:

Caledonian Hall in Royal Botanic Gardens Scotland

Bride’s Flowers:

Deirdre held a compact hand tie of vendella roses with greenery and looped grasses. Deirdre’s bridesmaids held hand ties of white hydrangea.

Table Centres:

Tall lily vases with natural willow splayed from the vase and with trails of burnt orange dendrobium orchids hanging from the willow with one trail inside the vase.

Bride & Groom:

Susan & Gordon

Venue:

Greywalls Hotel, Muirfield

Bride’s Flowers:

Susan held a loose natural hand tie of off white & ivory roses, double eustoma, eucalyptus, lily of the valley, cheerfulness and ivy tendrils. Susan’s maid of honour held a similar but smaller version.

Table Centres:

Tall flute vase topped with a lush traditional arrangement of cream seasonal flowers and greenery using cinerea, eucalyptus, rosemary, double eustoma, avalanche/norma jean roses, spray avalanche roses, salal & stock.

Susan & Gordon’s other main suppliers included :

Comment received 3rd May.

Many thanks for all your hard work. All the flowers were arranged beautifully and helped to make our wedding day a very special one indeed.

Best Wishes from Susan & Gordon.

Bride & Groom:

Victoria Bowman & Mark McAfferty

Venue:

Queen Anne Building at Edinburgh Castle

Bride’s Flowers:

Victoria held a compact hand tie of amnesia roses, cream spray roses, rose leaves, eucalyptus and veronica.

Table Centres:

Low glass bowls with green hydrangea, purple eustoma blue heather and thistles with salal and hydrangea leaves.

Bride & Groom: Jennifer Welch & Ciaran Wilson

Venue: The George Hotel

Bride’s Flowers: Jennifer held a bridal trail of bluebells and blue muscari. Jennifer’s had 2 bridesmaids, one held a handtie of all cheerfulness and the other held a hand tie of all sweet peas. The junior bridesmaid held a smaller version of both ailcheerfulness and sweetpeas.

Table Centres: Tall Spring trees containing spring flowers of blue hyacinth, cream & yellow cheeerfulness, daffodils, yellow forsythia, blue anemones, yellow tulips, purple september flowers,  cream crysanths, yellow ranunculus, lilac eustoma, jasmine, ruscus ivy and moss.

Jennifer & Ciaran’s other Wedding Suppliers included –

Event: Part of a series of corporate functions by Prestige Scotland

Venue: Freemasons Hall, George Street, Edinburgh

A wood and plant topic in an enchanted garden theme – see images

Bride & Groom:

Gabrielle Pavone & Stephen Clark

Venue:

Caledonian Hall and Gateway Restaurant in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Bride’s Flowers:

Gabrielle held a hand tie of soft pink & peach ranunculus with a touch of cream anemones with black centres and some herbs and jasmine. Gabrielle’s four bridemaids held variations of the bride’s hand ties in soft pinks and cream using ranunculus, anemones and hydrangea.

Table Centres:

A theme of vintage secret garden was created using tall blossom and willow trees designed with flowers to match the bridal flowers using (white tulips, pale pink and coral ranunculus, pink blossom, rosemary, sweet avalanche roses and pale pink hydrangea). The tress were adorned with hanging bauble lanterns. Little pots of ‘mossed’ vases filled with matching flowers decorated the base of the trees.

Gabrielle & Stephen’s wedding suppliers included –