We are very fond of the countryside. Partly because it reminds us of where we all come from, the picturesque highlands with evergreen forests, blooming fields and countless strolls in the local villages, but also for the break from London it gives us. Yes, we do work diligently on every event. When we find ourselves in Aynhoe Park, surrounded by the private collection of venue’s artefacts, our work turns into a dream. I believe it will be difficult to find a wedding venue, which design and interiors will resemble the decorations of this well-known British establishment.
A venue like Ayhnoe Park is so unique that any decorations and especially theflower arrangements need to be carefully planned out.
While our floral decorations included table centrepieces, personal flowers and other products, the couple opted for a statement piece in form of a classic decorative arch. We placed the flower arch alongside Roman-style statues and other sculptures within the room. Due to venue’s countryside location, in the stunning British countryside in Banbury, in Oxfordshire, it was important for the arch to reminisce the organic and classic feel. That is why we built a full, green and lush floral installation. The arch was complemented with various seasonal flowers including roses, eustomas, campanulas and dahlias. As requested by the bride, we also included delphiniums for a subtle splash of a blue colour. Meanwhile, pampas grass decorated the aisle markers and bound all the elements together.
The centrepieces for the dinner tables were composed of similar flowers. More delicate flowers, such as sweet peas and eucharis, were added within the centrepieces, arranged in a stone Roman-style urn. Pampas grass was also another element which the couple wanted to be present.
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