Sue and Neville chose the beautiful Melville Castle for their wedding venue.

The reception was held in the Dining Room. The guest tables were decorated with elegant glass candlestands sitting on a mirror with tea lights and baby candles. The top table had several single glass candlestands with tealights and little pots of flowers running down the table.

“Thank you so much for the fabulous bouquets and the church flowers for our Wedding Day. I absolutely loved my bouquet and I know Bethany’s bouquet made her feel very special too.
The tables all looked wonderful with all the candles for our wedding breakfast.
Thank you, your service was exceptional throughout all the planning.”

Sue & Nev.

Mark & Sam, Melville Castle

September 25, 2010

Mark and Sam held their civil partnership at the beautiful and stylish Melville Castle Hotel. The civil ceremony was held in the Ballroom with the dinner reception in the Dining Room. 

Mark & Sams six bridesmaids held arrangements of cala lilies bound in an aubergine satin ribbon.

The dinner reception tables were decorated with a tall lily vase topped with a tall arrangement of white cala lilies and a hanging arrangement of aubergine schwarzwalder lilies inside the vase. The top table had goldfish bowls with grasses and schwarzwalder lilies.

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.

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.

Laura & Elias chose the beautiful Glenbervie House Hotel part of the Aurora Hotels group and named Rising Star Hotel of the Year,  for their wedding venue.  

Laura chose a natural looking hand tie of avalanche and vendella roses  with hard ruscus, fine crystal and pearl garland throughout. Laura’s bridesmaids carried a loose hand tie of white/ivory roses and spray roses. 

The reception tables in the Glenbervie Suite were decorated with tall flute vases topped with lush arrangements of vendella roses, white spray roses and greenery sitting on a round mirror surrounded with little flower pots and tea lights.

Catherine & Graeme chose the beautiful Melville Castle for their wedding venue.  The ceremony was held on the grounds and the reception in The Pavilion.

Catherine held a loose trail of white roses, cream hydrangea and eustoma and cream peonies. The bridesmaids held hand ties of cream pony roses and double eustoma while the flowergirls had wrist corsages of cream peonies.

The reception tables were decorated with tall martini style vases topped with the bridal flowers of white roses, cream hydrangea, eustoma and peonies with greenery and trailing ivy.

“Anyway I would like to say a BIG thank you to you and all that had a hand in our flowers for our wedding on 1st August at Melville Castle.  As I mentioned when we first met I love my flowers and what you created was exactly what I wanted, I was really please that we could have the peonies as they were out of season, they were amazing.  My bouquet was lovely I only wish it could have lasted forever and the hand ties for the Bridesmaids and all the button holes etc, were spot on. The venue looked beautiful and everything was just right for the size of the venue and my guests were very pleased when I offered to them to take some flowers away with them, and everyone said they lasted a long while some even made it back the 400 miles down in England.

Once again thank you very much for making one of the things I considered important to me on my wedding day perfect.”

Catherine & Graeme.

Debbie & Michael chose the beautiful setting of Airth Castle for both their wedding ceremony and reception.

Debbie held a hand tie of lily of the valley with white sweet pea and hydrangea. The bridesmaids held hand ties of white sweet pea and peonies to compliment.

The reception table arrangements in the Dunmore Suite consisted of tall flute vases with green eustoma, white phlox and white hydrangea with greenery and grasses to create a natural and loose look.

“Thank you so much for the beautiful display of flowers in the Castle and Dunmore Suite, they were admired by everyone. Debbie’s flowers and also the  bridesmaids were perfect, just what Debbie wanted.

The whole day was wonderful. Thanks again for your help in this.”

Irene & Jim Elmslie (Brides parents).