Tig and Alex were married on 9 September 2017 at the stunning Vaulty Manor. I loved working on this wedding, with help from Alana from Petal & Wild again. With 16 tables to flower, 18 chair ends, cake table flowers, a huge ceremony/top table arrangement, chair backs, 18 buttonholes/corsages, 4 flower girl wands, 7 bouquets, 7 hair flower combs and 2 massive urns - it was one of my biggest weddings to date! I got to use my favourite "quicksand" rose again, along with white roses, spray roses, delphinium, tanacetum, astilbe, gypsophila, gomphrena, waxflower, scabious, amaranthus, eryngium, hydrangea, asparagus fern, rosemary and eucalyptus.
The bouquets and buttonholes all packaged up ready for delivery:
The ceremony area for this wedding was so much fun to design and make. The long and low for the ceremony table and later the top table was but enough, but that was nothing compared to the two massive urns standing on either side! Me and Alana made the urns on the floor and then got the cake lady's husband to lift them onto the plinths for us - the were pretty heavy by this point! The ever popular gypsophila pew ends were made even more beautiful with the lace chair sashes provided by the venue decorating company.
Tig and Alex went for a trio of jam jars on a log slice for each of their 16(!!) tables. That was a lot of jam jars to make! The stunning cake and macaron tower were from Cake Design by Joanna Clarke - they looked so good!
The professional photos are by Kennerdeigh Scott Photography - you can take a look at some of them below: