Bride & Groom with bouquet of flowers
Lauren & Richard had planned an amazing barn wedding at their family home sadly Covid meant plans had to change and instead they had a beautiful intimate wedding at Balbirnie House Hotel..
The West Room became the setting for both ceremony and reception with decorative elements being used for varied purposes throughout the day. Setting the scene for the Ceremony was the Bamboo Arch which we created within an autumnal colour scheme. Dressing the aisle were the rustic box centrepieces which later decorated the guest tables.
The bridal bouquets were within a palette of blush, nude, deep pinks and autumnal reds. They featured Astrantias, Chrysanth Blooms, Lisianthus, Roses and Ranunculus for varied shape and texture. Light accents of dried flowers added that hint of reddish orange from the grooms tartan kilt.
A Bonnie Wee cake created a stunning 2 tiers cake with gold detailing that was finely decorated with a mix of foliages and berries.
Thanks to Photography by Emilie for this fab selection of images.
photography by Emillie
photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emmilie
Photography by Emmilie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
Photography by Emillie
vibrant brides bouquet in purples & blues
Emily and Jamie absolutely doted on each other and we loved meeting up with them to discuss their wedding florals. With it being a November wedding they wanted bold colours. I loved the vibrancy, the colours were so electric and looked amazing with the velvet maids dresses. 
For the bridal bouquets we created textured handtieds of blue anemones and hydrangeas with rich purple lisianthus and vintage amnesia roses adding a softening touch to the vivid colours.
The ceremony took place in the Orangery where a half-moon Moongate Arch was designed as a ceremony backdrop. Again the colours were rich, with blousy hydrangeas, murted garden roses and softening flowering clematis,
For the Reception, Style A Chair provided the tall candelabras which we adorned with a ring of hydrangea and roses and featured little vintage vases of flowers at the base of the stand. Dressing the top table where the bridal bouquets in decorated vases, with loose eucalyptus and candles for ambient lighting.
The lovely Emillie of Photography by Emillie captured these gorgeous images from the day.
photos by Emillie
photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
photos by Emillie
photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emilie
Photos by Emilie
Photos by Emillie
Photos by Emillie
Photo by Emillie
Photo by Emillie

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