Today 14th March 2014 we dressed & styled the wedding of Navada & Daniel. The ceremony was held at Christ Church in Burntwood with a reception held at the beautiful Moxhull Hall Hotel near Sutton Coldfield for 134 guests, with many travelling from Scotland to be part of the wedding celebrations.
The wedding flowers were dropped off early at the house we i was greeted by a gang of excited bridesmaids and Navada all dressed in blue pyjamas, Navada's Bouquet was hand tied with white avalanche roses' and sweet avalanche pink roses' with diamantes and hearts added, wrapped with silver ribbon and bow. There were 9 bridesmaids bouquets 6 adult and 3 smaller versions for the children all hand tied and with sweet avalanche pink roses. The 15 buttonholes for the male groom and his army of ushers were white avalanche roses withe the grooms a double rose version. At the church we placed 2 pedestal displays with pink & white avalanche roses, large pink gerberas, white stallion and green leaf foliage.
The reception was held in the marquee at Moxhull Hall for 134 people on 13 tables. The colour theme was rose-pink and the tables were named after various Champagnes with the names in the style of champagne labels. The happy couple had a Platinum Package which included Chair cover and sash, table runners, all the table flowers, table names, place cards, favour boxes, crystal heart & ribbon embellishment for the napkins, scatter crystals, bay trees table plan, card box & guest book.
The chair covers had a diamante and pearl embellishment on the tied taffeta sash and the flowers continued along the same lines as the bouquets with the white and pink avalanche roses, pink gerberas, spray pink roses, white gypsophila and touch of pink hydrangea all in 60cm Martini vase with hanging crystal garlands.
The table plan was decorated with crystal hearts and pink card with silver ribbon on a white background and the top table was dressed with extra flowers in bowls all with the same theme.
They are a fantastic couple and we wish them all the best for the future.
Jo & Colin