Wedding flowers for Neo & Nicholas
Wedding flowers and decor for Neo & Nicholas
Wedding at the 12 Apostles Hotel in Western Cape
The Gazebo in the Fynbos Garden were decorated with a garland of blush pink roses, large open white Casablanca lilies, white lisianthus and soft greenery complimented with some twisted green ivy to create a cascading look around the top of this structure. Soft white tulle cascaded from the top (inside the Gazebo) to the outer poles and down to the lawn, tied to the poles with some of the ivy strings hanging down… a chandelier inside the structure sparkled in the late afternoon sun and added a touch of elegance to this most important part of the day… saying your vows.
The cream carpet were down the aisle complimenting the all over set up of the benches.
A large open roses (all colours) in a small white box were placed on the benches with the Order of Ceremony. These roses were used as the confetti once you walked back down the aisle to sign the register inside the Hotel.
With the awesome views of the Ocean and Mountain back drop, the mood will be set for a memorable wedding Ceremony.
The Reception in the Atlantic Marquee
Two large flower displays made up in the same style as the guest table flowers (only about twice the size) were placed on the buffet.
Soft lavender mood lighting, mostly concentrated on the centre poles with some washes up the walls and under the glass cake table transformed the room once the sun set. The fairy light back drop and fairy light lit centre poles added to the romantic lighting and ambiance you envisaged for the reception later in the evening.
A round glass cake table were set up for the wedding cake display. The mirror server (usually used as the cake table) were placed close to the railing in front of the fairy light back drop for the “puzzle Guest book”. A small lounge area/ “photo studio” were created close to the mirrors. A coffee table flower display in the same style we used throughout were on the table.
ALL round tables were covered with table cloths supplied by the Hotel and set as per the Hotels high standard with silver cutlery, glasses and silver under plates white a napkin folded in a “jacket” style and complimented with a small pink rose head on this creating some kind of a “buttonhole” detail on the table.
The ghost Tiffany chairs created a more spacious look in the venue. Two signs – “Mr Right” and “Mrs Always Right” hang (on satin ribbon) behind the Bride and Grooms chairs.
The centre of each of the round guest tables as well as the main table were decorated with a large round mirror plate reflecting all décor and added to the required look. A tall 80cm high bullet vase with submerged white Dendrobium orchid stems were placed in the centre of the mirror with a large “ball” of white Casablanca lilies, open white roses and white lisianthus complimented with blush pink open roses, soft Asparagus fern and ivy creating a little bit of a looser feel. Three beautiful ornate silver candle sticks with fat silver pillar candles were positioned around this and complimented with six small glass bowls with floating candles on the table adding to the romantic lighting you envisaged for this part of the celebration.
Lions Head room after party
A black and white block dance floor were set up in the Lions Head room for the After party. White lounge furniture were hired in by us and used to create a plush corner in the room.
Mood lighting and additional lighting created the look you envisaged.
The Bridal and retinue flowers
The posy shape Bridal bouquet were created with large open white roses, some blush pink roses, other interesting smaller white flowers and a hint of green, tied with white satin ribbon and complimented with crystals on the holding bit. Nicholas had a blush pink rose with a hint of green.
The Bridesmaids carryed a smaller posy than the bridal bouquet made up with mainly white flowers and tied with blush pink satin ribbon with the two gents in the Bridal party a white rose buttonhole each. The two corsages for the Ladies in the bridal party were with soft white flowers…
All this will be elegant, classy and very romantic… a wonderful way to start off married life.