Bride & Groom:

Kirsty Gillies & David Sanders

Venue:

Lennoxlove House

Bride’s Flowers:

Kirsty chose a loose and natural hand tie in shades of bright blues and purples.

Table Centres:

Tall martini style vases topped with hydrangea, ‘sanna’ roses, eucolyptus, cococulas, veronica, eustoma, and delhinium  all in shades of blue, purple & pink.

Kirsty & David’s other wedding suppliers included –

Bride & Groom:

Jelena Susloparova & John McGill

Venue:

Lennoxlove House (Ceremony: House Chapel – Reception: Great Hall)

Bride’s Flowers:

Jelena held a hand tie of purple vanda orchids, vendella roses, blue hydrangea, purple dendrobium orchids, and green hypericum.

Table Centres:

The Great Hall was set up with one long table, decorated with tall flute vases with purple vanda orchids suspended inside and topped with lush arrangement of purple dendrobium orchids, blue hydrangea, green hypericum and hanging amaranthus. Lots of chunky candles and tealights adorned the table.

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Bride & Groom:

Emily Connor & Ed Prince

Venue:

  • Ceremony – Cranshaws Church near Duns.
  • Dinner Reception – Lennoxlove House

Bride’s Flowers:

Emily held a loose, natural hand tie of hand tie of cream/off-white alexandra farm roses, alabaster & sweet avalanche roses, pink heather, spray roses, lily of the valley and eucalyptus.

Table Centres:

Long and low arrangements using flowers similar to bridal bouquets.

Comment:
Thank you again for making our wedding day so special. The flowers and their arrangements were quite simply spectacular – and far exceeded our hopes! From the displays on the tables to the fireplace in the Great Hall at Lennoxlove, those in the church and the bouquets and buttonholes we could not stop admiring your work.

We would be very happy to provide any recommendations.

All the best.

Ed & Emily.

 

Bride & Groom: Rebecca Rotherham & Alex van der Veer

Venue: Lennoxlove House

Table Centres: Long full length table in the ‘Great Hall’ with 5 low bowls of dark peach spray roses, ranunculus, amnesia roses, sweet avalanche roses, lush greenery and with little pots of flowers to match, pots with floating candles and lots of little tealights.

Bride & Groom: Anna LeMarquand & David Downie.

Venue: Lennoxlove House

Bride’s Flowers: Anna held a large, lush compact hand tie of white carnations. Anna’s 3 bridesmaids held similar but smaller versions.

Table Centres: Different height & shaped vases with white carnations and ranunculus

“Thank you for all your help and support. The venue looked incredible and was exactly what we hoped for. We had the best wedding.”

Anna & David.

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.

Bride & Groom: Jennifer White & Alan Irvine

Venue: Lennoxlove House

Bride’s Flowers: Jennifer held a compact hand tie of off white eustoma, roses and hyacinths with lime green santini.

Table Centres: Varying sized chunky candles/hurricane lamps with little pots of flowers to match bridal flowers.

” I just wanted to say thank you so much to you and your team for making a wonderful job of the flowers on our wedding day on the 1st October. Everything was perfect-I loved my bouquet, and Lennoxlove looked stunning, from the entrance hall and Great Hall, right down to the beautiful little arrangements in the individual rooms. I will look forward to seeing all the photographs to see them all again.

Thanks again and kind regards.”

Jennifer Irvine