10 Jan 2013
Bethan and Neil got in touch with us to help them with styling their wedding at Marchmont House last October. Marchmont is an incredible building 20 minutes from Kelso situated in magnificent parkland. It’s one of the few properties in the Scottish Borders that can seat 140 for dinner and accommodate up to 200 for an evening party.
There’s a fabulous driveway up to the front of the house.
Bethan looked radiant. She chose a shower bouquet in beautiful vintage pink and cream roses and we added snowberries and orchids.
We decorated the hall with a really large arrangement and added lots of extra fairy lights.
The Ballroom, a fabulous wood panelled room with church organ, provided the backdrop for the ceremony.
We created two large arrangement in urns for the top of the aisle in lovely soft vintage pink and cream colours and plenty of greenery.
And we followed the colour theme into the dining rooms. We also added fairy lights to the centre of the large fireplaces.
We loved making these flower ‘trees’ for the alcoves in the dining room.
And we reused the long arrangement from the registration table on the top table. There are some beautiful flowers in the autumn including pink snowberries, with sedums and astilbes.
Bethan and Neil had great ideas and we thought these hand-crafted table names were so stylish – made from slate and wood.
There are lovely grounds at Marchmont – and the weather for Bethan and Neil’s wedding couldn’t have been better.
After dinner, guests enjoyed a fabulous party in the Ballroom.
May we wish Bethan and Neil every happiness in their future lives together.
Also, many thanks to Craig McBeth from www.mcbethphotography.com for all the fantastic images.