RACHEL & LUKE
There was much to love about Rachel & Luke's wedding, especially the florals!
The colour palette of neutral & dusky mauve's with pops of darker tones was just divine. The garden inspired bouquets looked so soft and textural with a romantic appeal. The towering columns of flowers framing the top table created the most beautiful backdrop, with the scene enhanced further by the use of the church arrangements.
On the guest tables were floral jam jars enhanced by our smoked candle holders for ambient evening lighting, leaving space for the sharing platters.
Suspended from the beams and framing the room were ruscus foliage canopies. Even the drain pipes were given a decorative lift with vines of foliage's with flowers dotted through.
Every little detail has been beautifully captured by Ross Alexander Photography including the stunning wedding cake created by Philippa Rose
Church: Kinnoull Church, Perth
"Thank you for everything you did as part of our wedding. You were a constant source of calm for me and helped make Errol Park all we hoped it would be. We were so lucky to have you as part of our team, Thanks again Luke & Rachel"
BECKY & JOHN
Becky & Johns wedding flowers were a fusion of all the colours and textures of autumn. Foliage's in hues of amber, copper, green, red and brown. The natural beige tones of dried flowers and gourds of varied shapes and colours.
For the ceremony we used a softer colour palette of neutrals, beige and peach with just hints of autumn through the use of foliage's. Garlands of mixed green foliage's adorned the lower staircase swooping down towards the floral arrangements of chrysanth blooms, roses and asters. Cylinder of vases of candles dotted through the florals for ambient lighting.
The bridal bouquets and accessories were a combination of those beautiful soft nude tones with bold amber, browns, biscuit and rust. Plus a thistle or two for a Scottish vibe.
Dressing the tables were textural candle designs featuring cucurbita gourds, dried honesty, pampas, & bunnytails, berries & thistles with the warm tones of mixed autumnal leaves. The centrepieces complemented the interiors perfectly from the brick walls, to the rustic barrels and the terracotta/rust coloured woodwork.
Thank you to Photography by Emilie Gray for providing the stunning images featured in this gallery.
"The most beautiful flowers, thank you so much, you captured my ideas perfectly!" Becky
RHIANNE & BLAINE
Rhianne & Blaine held their wedding at Errol Park just a few weeks before Christmas. Whilst they chose festive colours of reds, burgundy and golds their wedding decor had more of a rustic appeal with a slight nod to the winter season.
The ceremony took place on the beautiful wooden staircase that had been accentuated with fresh ivy trails and twinkling fairy lights. Set to the foot of the staircase were floral arrangements in rich reds, nude and burgundy tones with cascading ivy and amaranthus trails.
The bridal party carried bouquets of nude and red roses with striking golden vanda orchids, velvet textured red kangaroo paw, burgundy callas, branched fir cones and trailing amaranthus.
The reception was held in the Stables which is an amazing blank canvas space with cosy nooks for chilling out and outdoor fire pits for those colder Scottish evenings. To create interest half the guest tables were dressed with wooden log candle holders decorated with foliage, cones and red kangaroo paw for a hint of colour. Completing the decoration of the remaining guest tables were birch bark container arrangements featuring those gorgeous nude, golden and red festive tones.
The Professional images featured are by the lovely by Siobhan Diamond Photography.
" So chuffed with how beautiful our flowers were but then we always knew they would be!" Rhianne