Hannah & Alex Wotton House
HANNAH & ALEX
19TH APRIL 2019
Hannah and Alex had a spring wedding at the beautiful Wotton House, with a pretty colour scheme of pale pinks and ivory. Hannah's bouquet was a loose style hand tied with pale pink roses, ivory spray roses, thilaspi, gypsophilia, astrantia, lizianthus, eucalyptus and delicate jasmin trails. An adult bridesmaid carried a smaller version, and Hannah's three small flowergirls each had a small posy of spray roses with gypsophilia.
Alex wore a buttonhole of a pale pink rose with eucalyptus, with the other men, an ivory rose. We also provided some pretty corsages for ladies, made up of small spray roses with gypsophilia.
The ceremony and reception were both held in the stunning Old Library, where the couple chose to have the pillars dressed with our cascading fairy lights, for extra decoration and sparkle to the room.
For the table centrpieces, we provided arrangements of flowers displayed on glass martini vases on mirrors. The flowers we chose reflected the wedding colours, and included roses, lizianthus, stallion, thilaspi and astrantia. The bride added some diamante scatters on the mirrors to complete the table display. The ceremony table arrangement was made up using the same flowers as in the centrepieces, and was a long a low display that was then suitable to be used on the couples top table during the wedding breakfast.