Mr & Mrs Cash were married at St Michael’s church, Kirkham and then on to Ribby hall village for the wedding breakfast and reception.
The theme was ivory and white with lots of bling and diamonds.
It was a cold and windy day but it didn’t put a dampener on the day. We delivered to the bride first thing and it was a hive of lots of busy excited ladies getting ready for the special day!
Georgia wore a beautiful ivory embroidered lace dress with sheer sleeves with beautiful lace details. She also wore a gorgeous full lace veil. She held a hand tied of ivory Avalanche roses, ivory calla lilies and gypsophila. It was adorned with a few brooches and wrapped in ivory tule and finished with diamante pins. There was a subtly Disney theme throughout the wedding, which gave a really fairy tale vibe, and so we made the mickey mouse shape on Georgia’s handle with diamante pins.
The couple had 5 adult bridesmaids who wore gorgeous t length ivory tule dresses with a beautiful satin bow at the waist. They each had a hand tied of 5 avalanche roses and gypsophila. They were tied off in ivory which (which completeley matched their dresses) and diamante pins.
There were also 3 lovely flower girls, who again wore beautiful ivory tule dresses. they each help a pomander ball of gypsophilia with two disney ear of eucalyptus to make i look like the shape of mickey mouse. They also were alice bands which were gypsophilia and ranunculus.
The groom wore a double buttonhole of ivory Calla lilies and eucalytpus berries.
We also made some lovely corsages and ladies buttonholes to match in with the theme. The mother of the bride request a raspberry shade with hers to compliment her dress.
The wedding party looked amazing in all their finery and stayed after the ceremony to have pictures in the beautiful backdrop of the church.
The church was decorated with pew end bunches going down the aisle and two blossom and willow tree at the front of the aisle frame the couple as they said their vows to each other.
From there, it was back to Ribby hall with the flowers from the church to finish off the venue ready for all the guests.The table centre pieces were tall cylinder with artificial blossom and willow twigs. Off the twigs hung glass baubles with tealights in. The arrangement was placed on a mirror base which reflects all the candles hanging above. It was lavished with lots and lots of tealights and hundreds of sprinkles to add extra sparkle!
The flowers from the pew ends were then used to make a placed flower top table display with floating candles placed in between. we placed small willow twigs on top to bring the table centres and top table together. We placed sprinkles on the table to give even more sparkles.
It was a pleasure to create this beautifully white, blingy wonderland and we hope that they had the most wonderful day! xx