Our first wedding of the week took place on Saturday 15th October and saw Madeleine and Daniel marry in our oak room. Fitting for the time of year, Mr and Mrs Jones and had gone for an autumn theme, compete with logs and beautiful orange leaves. Being the first thing that guests see when they come in, they had placed their unique table plan on our entrance table along with a card box and lots of pretty candles and pine cones. Their staircase decoration was unlike anything we had ever seen before. Whilst most people go for fairy lights or flowers, they had opted for something totally different, autumn leaves. This looked absolutely amazing and matched all of the trees in the park perfectly.
Through into the ceremony room, flowers lined the fireplace and the aisle, adding a little bit of colour to our oak room. The same red and orange leaves from the staircase also hung from the oak room in place of bunting. In the Garden Suite, each table was decorated with a spray of delicate flowers which matched those in the Oak Room. Each table also had a hessian runner which matched the lovely theme and also their pretty chiavari chairs. Each name card was held by a little pinecone and each napkin wrapped in a delicate hessian sash. The Cake which was situated at the top of the garden suite was absolutely beautiful! Simple with just a hint of colour from the pretty flowers and wrapped in hessian, it just looked perfect.
Our second wedding of the week saw Catherine and Frazer say their vows in our oak room on Sunday 16th October. Whilst our couple on Saturday had gone for an autumn theme, Mr and Mrs Heath had gone for a wintry feel with dark blues and silvers throughout the Hall. The chairs in the ceremony room were decorated with lovely navy blue sashes and pretty white flowers. The fireplace decorated with delicate fairy lights and tall candles which always looks so beautiful. Also in the oak room was a sweet table which also had a lovely little post box on it. The table was decorated with a blue, white and silver pom-pom like swag which looked absolutely amazing!
In the Garden Suite, Catherine and Frazer’s cake was the first thing that caught my eye. It was just stunning! The bottom tier was covered in beautiful cream ruffles, the second and third tier were hand painted blue and looked just like a dark, wintry sky. The top tier (my favourite!) was covered in silver edible sequins. I just loved how different each tier was but it all just came together so perfectly. I didn’t even know edible sequins existed but they are definitely what I will be wanting on my wedding cake! The twinkle backdrop was another beautiful addition the Mr and Mrs Heath’s wedding, it looked absolutely amazing in the evening once the lights were turned down!