Capesthorne Hall is a stunning venue for the perfect wedding in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. It is rich with history and grandeur, and you don’t need much decoration to enhance it. However, in my opinion, everything looks better with flowers.
Today, I’ve gathered some beautiful floral arrangements for your inspiration and enjoyment.
The use of urns and pots in floral arrangements is a growing trend and one that’s ideal for Capesthorne Hall whether you’re using the Queen Anne Room or the Lakeside. They can enhance the formal, grand atmosphere of the main Hall or be ultramodern for the Lakeside.And they can be subtle or the centre of attention. Whichever you choose, using similar colours and flowers to your bouquet will tie everything together for the perfect look.Trailing Ends
Table arrangements with trailing ends are also a popular trend. They extend the arrangement, giving a softer, whimsical finish rather than a hard end. Much more appropriate for a wedding in my opinion.They can be accessorised with layers of tulle or candles for a dramatic, romantic look. Or foliage can give clean lines for a chic, modern look.
All these ideas can be adapted for a rustic wedding, using jars instead of urns for pots, and ferns and feathers which gives a variety of colours and textures.Alternate Arches
Finally, there are alternatives to floral arches. I love the idea of a spray or splash of flowers which will give you dramatic photographs, an outstanding feature to focus your guests’ attention on your cake, or both.Any of these floral arrangements would enhance your wedding and, by using silk flowers for the table decorations or urns, you can keep that bit of beauty for your own house and always remember your perfect day.
Why not take a look at our other wedding blogs for more inspiration!