Emma and Dan tied the knot on the 28th July this year at Mitton Hall in Clitheroe, Lancashire. Mitton Hall is a magnificent 15th Century country manor house hotel in the heart of the fabulous Ribble Valley, with interior design and decoration perfectly complimenting the ancient architectural features; effortlessly beautiful and completely romantic.
Coral was the colour of choice for this summer wedding; a pretty, feminine shade of pink, complimented with whites and limey greens. For the bride’s bouquet, we created a compact tie using large coral peonies, delicate miss piggy roses, complimentary peach hypericum with a touch of homegrown white love-in-a-mist (nigella’s romantic English name), and limey green alchemilla mollis. As the bridesmaids were wearing a deeper shade of coral, compact ties made up of the whites and limey greens were complimentary.
The elegant coral theme continued with table arrangements at the reception; small jars with diamante detail placed on mirrors around a silver candelabra with tea lights. Also, silver bowls with exquisite mixed flowers; miss piggy roses, hypericum, alchemilla mollis, coral peonies, sweet peas, maiden hair fern, and hydrangea.
This beautiful summer wedding was perfectly romantic, and best wishes for the future from all of us at Wild & Wondrous Flowers.
All photographs provided by Emma and taken by Jersey-based photographer, Andy Le Gresley.
Wild & Wondrous Flowers, Manchester.
Written by Hannah Hopwood-Reynolds.