Diane’s wedding ceremony took place at St Nicholas Church at Gunby.

St Nicholas Church Gunby

As it is a small church we decided that decorating the pews was sufficient. We kept the colour and flower theme with large burgundy organza bows with a double gerbera flower centre in pink and orange. These were hung an alternative pews along the aisle.

Gerbera Pew ends at St Nicholas Church GunbyOrganza bow with double gerbera flower centreOrange and cerise pink gerbera with burgundy organza bowGebera pew end

The wedding breakfast was held in The Old Barn (Now The Wyndham Garden Hotel) at Marston near Grantham.

As there were 6 guest tables Diane had opted for two tables of each colour which we kept to for the flower displays. These were 10″ fish bowls with 3 gerberas floating in and bear grass swirls, this was all sat on a round mirror.

Orange floating gerberas with bear grass in a fish bowlGuest table set up with floating gerberas in fish bowl centrepiece

Gerberas in fish bowls on the guest tablesPink floating gerberas with bear grass in a fish bowl

Pink table setting with gerberas in a fish bowlBurgundy floating gerberas with bear grass in a fish bowl

The top table was to be decorated with all the bridal posies and I provided the vases for these to be placed into.

The front of the table was also treated to a runner of gerbera petals in all 3 colours.

Top table set up with bridesmaid's flowers in vases and gebera petals scattered across the frontTop table set up with one of the bridesmaid's bouquetsBride and Groom's view from the top tableBride and Groom's view from the top tableAn over view of the wedding reception set up in the Newton SuiteOrange pink and red presentation hand ties for thank you's

 

I also provided hand ties in water for those all important thank you’s in the speeches.

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