The table designs were huge black martini vases filled with Delphinium, Larkspur, Peonies, Hydrangeas and Gerberas with fountains of Palms spilling over the edges
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
Monday, 25 April 2011
We used a fabulous selection of naturally coloured black and white blooms including Schwartzwalder Calla Lilies, White Phalaenopsis Orchids White Gerberas with black centres and luscious Avalanche Roses in these black Candelabras.
The flowers can be arranged either at the top or at the bottom of the stand or in fact a placement in both leaving a gap through the centre so that guests can see one another easily
As there are a huge quantity of candles on this particular candelabra you do need to consider the heat created, I always think of it as a winter design for this reason, even if the venue has effecient air conditioning it still doesn't really work as the air con tends to force the candles to burn down reallly, really fast.
These particular images were taken at the truly fabulous The Great Hall at Mains
Thursday, 21 April 2011
Monday, 18 April 2011
I love the simplicity of this design, it works perfectly in more ancient or rustic venues, it's a really heavy iron miniature garden urn, with a "Verdi Gris" finish filled with fresh romantic blooms randomly arranged around a central chapel candle, the size and scale of the design is perfect for a regular banqueting table and your guests can easily see one another across the table.
At the end of the evening the arrangements can be easily lifted out of the urns and be handed out to friends and family in their own watertight containers. Perfect!!!!!
These images were taken at the fabulous Samlesbury Hall
Silver Fruit Bowl Filled With Vintage Roses including Sweet Avalanche & Avalanche surrounding a Pillar Candle
This design is the perfect low partner for the Baroque style silver candelabra, the finish on the base is exactly the same and it just adds texture and rhythm to the dining room.
These table deigns were all photographed at the fabulous Samlesbury Hall
Wednesday, 13 April 2011
Tuesday, 12 April 2011
The design is created to sit on the very edge of the table with the flowers flowing like a waterfall over the front of the table
These fabulous images were taken at a glorious wedding at The Great Hall of Mains