I was delighted when Claire and Peter asked me to produce their wedding flowers at the Nuthurst Grange, Solihull. This is a gem of a hotel just on the outskirts of Solihull. It’s a venue that you can make your own with really friendly staff.
You can see the happy couple above and the shower bouquet that I created for Claire featuring ivory roses and freesias with red hypericum berries. (These two photos are courtesy of Rob & Sarah Gilliespie, the couple’s wedding photographers).
The wedding ceremony room in the Stables is one of my favourite hotel ceremony rooms.
You can see how I’ve added flower trees either side of the registrar’s table and placed the couple’s top table flowers on the registrar’s table. There were also two flower trees at the start of the aisle. I’ve since produced flower trees for many of our couples getting married here as they work so well at this venue.
The wedding breakfast room is situated in the main hotel. It has a perfect neutral colour, which suits any wedding flower colour theme.
You can see how I recently decorated it with soft pastel and cream wedding flowers for Katie’s summer wedding. She liked the idea of having low centrepieces with an elegant vintage feel.
We’ve produced wedding flowers at all times of the year for this venue. Below you can see Katie’s summer bridal bouquet with the beautiful cream ‘Vendela’ roses and soft pink ‘Avalanche roses.
Lucy’s bridal bouquet is a gorgeous spring bouquet featuring the delicate fragrant lilac freesias.
Below are Claire’s Winter bridesmaids bouquets with the striking ‘Grand Pix’ roses.
In the photos below you can see our stunning tall martini vases with a display of red and white flowers, perfect for a Christmas wedding.
For the wedding centrepieces we always advise couples to go either really tall so that it doesn’t block the view across the table or really low so that you can see over it. You can see how these low centrepieces worked perfectly for Lucy. It’s a shame you can’t smell them as they were so fragrant with beautiful stocks, freesias and eucalyptus.
I will be able to advise you on how best to get the maximum use out of your wedding flowers as you want them to be seen as much as possible. We often suggest putting the top table arrangement (as seen here) onto the registrars table first, that way it gets used twice.
If you would like to discuss your wedding flowers at Nuthurst Grange then please don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss your own unique wedding flowers.