Choosing to marry at the eccentric and decadent Aynhoe Park, our bride wanted to create a spectacular wedding setting to wow each of her guests. With white & soft blush pink & peach her favourite colours and roses and hydrangea here favourite flowers, we knew we were going to enjoy bringing her dreams to life.
Our bride loved contemporary lines, clean design and lots of flowers and with so much to see from the eclectic and fabulously playful Aynhoe Park private collection, we looked to create a scheme which would compliment and sit harmoniously within such unique surroundings.
Greeting guests as they first arrived, our staging team designed an enormous archway structure, painted to match the colour of the building which our florists adorned with hundreds of suspended blossom branches.
Clean, chic and elegant, this made the perfect entrance for what would be a truly special wedding celebration… Timeless and elegant, our bride carried a knot of the most beautiful blush pink garden roses whilst the bridesmaids carried white. Running down the stairway, a continuous floral design affixed to the balustrades created the perfect walk as our bride prepared to say “I do!”
Transforming The Orangery at Aynhoe Park into the most romantic setting, our scenic designers created a custom built clear Perspex chuppah before our talented florists adorned it lavishly using thousands upon thousands of fresh roses and hydrangea. Running along the aisle, tall vases with domes of hydrangea and roses then turned this grand Orangery into an intimate and luxurious setting, perfect for a lavish wedding. Ready to celebrate, the bride party re-enacted Vogue shoots whilst guests sipped cocktails on the terrace.
An enormous escort card tree, dressed with rose gold lasercut stationary guided guests to dinner. The dining room was quite simply show stopping.
A mix of tall and low designs ensured visual variety throughout the space Tall designs embellished with suspended crystals and Italian crystal accessories towered over guest heads and created a statement in this intimate dining room. Low designs created using hundreds of the most beautiful roses paired perfectly with candles then balanced the scheme. As guests dined, our teams leapt into action to transform The Orangery at Aynhoe Park into the perfect after-party nightclub.
The chuppah became a DJ booth for the talented Craig David to perform beneath and a rose gold mirror dance floor refracted light throughout the whole space. The final showstopper was of course…the 1.8m tall wedding cake with fresh flower decoration. It was almost too good to eat!!