What a little hidden gem of a wedding venue Wethele Manor is, nestled in the Warwickshire countryside just outside of Leamington Spa. This idyllic rural location is ideal for brides that wish to have exclusive use of a venue. Here you can see Jenny looking stunning with her autumn themed wedding bouquet that I made for her wedding.
Below are photos from several of the weddings that we have decorated at this venue.
“Everything about them was magical, we had so many compliments about them. Especially my bouquet. You really are a floristry genius.”
Amie and Tom, Wethele Manor, Leamington Spa
The elegant marquee is set in the grounds at Wethele Manor and is plenty big enough to cater for weddings of all sizes.
“In the marquee the flowers really stood out and completely met our expectations as described by Cindy at our first meeting.”
Fiona, Wethele Manor, Leamington Spa
Wethele Manor have recently been licensed to hold outside wedding ceremonies. In the photo below you can see the new ceremony area.
“Our guests loved the flowers and it added to the day – in one word fantastic.”
Ruth and Rich, Wethele Manor, Leamington Spa
When you enter the barn at Wethele Manor, you can see why this venue is a popular choice for couples having a civil ceremony. The barn has been restored beautifully retaining the original beams and slate floor. The delicate wooden chairs also complement the room perfectly.
See more pictures of our weddings at Wethele Manor.
If you are planning a wedding at Wethele Manor and would like help and advice about choosing your wedding flowers, please contact us on 0788 7557489 or by using our contact form on this site. We are looking forward to working on many more wedding flowers for this unique venue in the months to come.
We were fortunate to provide the wedding flowers for Vicky and Ross’s recent wedding at Wethele Manor. Vicky’s heart was set on having beautiful ivory calla lilies and they looked spectacular in the large Marquee at this venue.
The bride choose this stunning white calla lily shower bouquet (photo above left). I have to say this has been a popular choice this year as shower bouquets are back in fashion. The calla lily when used en masse provides a really classic elegant look. The bridesmaids who wore mint green held stylish sheaf bouquets of white calla lilies.
Above you can see how we placed two pedestal arrangements either side of the registrar’s table. The sun shone through the windows and doors on this sunny September day.
The couple decided to stick with their love of calla lilies for all of the table arrangements. They chose to decorate half the tables with an elegant display of calla lilies in the tall vases (photo above left) and the other half with the large goldfish bowls. All of the arrangements had mint green stones in the bottom to tie in with their colour theme. For the top table we placed a series of large and mini goldfish bowls along the length of the table with tea lights linking them (photo above right).