Vicky’s wedding ceremony and reception were held in The Judge’s Lodgings in Lincoln’s Bailgate. A lovely venue for an intimate gathering of close friends and family.

The light blue and ivory theme was carried through all designs with ivory gerberas and blue Nigella being the focus flowers.

Added into the ceremony table long and low were stallion chrysants, gyp and eucalyptus, ruscus and pistach foliage.

Close up of the top table display of Nigella, gerberas, gyp, stallion chyrsants and eucalyptus foliageJudge's Lodgings round ceremony table with a long and low flower display in ivory and blue flowersCeremony table with long and low design and bay tree displays either side

 

A bay tree was placed either side the table to frame the window area.

The chair covers and bows were once again supplied by the wonderful Emma at Elegant Touches and I supplied an ivory gerbera with a diamante pin to place in the bows.

Over view of the ceremony room at The Judge's Lodgings. With chair covers and sashes with gerberas in the bowsGerbera with Diamante pin in chair sash bow

There was also a small design on the fireplace surround along with swagging from Elegant Touches.

Ceremony chair set up with gerbera's in the bows. Ceremony table in the back groundChair covers with gerbera flower in the sash. Ceremony table in the background

 

The Wedding breakfast was in the dining room and the guests sat around a U shaped table. (The chairs would be brought across after the service while photos were being taken)

U shaped wedding breakfast table setting with small blue and ivory candelabra flowers

The flower decorations were kept low with these gorgeous small candelabras with ivory taper candles. The displays were once again gerberas, Nigella and gyp with mixed foliage. The ceremony flower display would also be brought through and sit on the top table.

Small Candelabra DSCN3080Small silver candelabra with gerbera and Nigella display3 table candelabras with blue and ivory flower displaySmall silver candelabras with blue Nigella, Ivory gerberas and gyp display on wedding breakfast

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