A rustic style wedding at Newton Hall

While most of Darlington (and the rest of the UK) enjoyed a bank holiday lie in on Good Friday, it was an early start for us. With extra pairs of hands in tow in the form of my sister, daughter, son and the lovely Sophie from SC Event Styling we to headed up to Newton Hall in Northumberland to style this gorgeous rustic style wedding for Lisa and Daniel.

Newton Hall is the perfect venue for a laid back, relaxed wedding. Don’t you just love these tables! They don’t need much decoration just a few vintage vases filled with fresh flowers placed on wood slices. We used hessian and lace table runners to add some extra interest.

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Chiavari chairs don’t need much dressing so these vintage pink ruffle hoods and ivory lace sashes were perfect. A single rose completed the look.

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Aisle chairs were dressed with hanging jars filled with fresh flowers.

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The unpredictable north east weather meant that the ceremony couldn’t take place outdoors as originally planned so we had to do a quick re-think about where to hang this gypsophilia crown we’d designed to hang in the ‘Birdcage’ in the grounds. A ‘crown’ like this is a great alternative to the usual gypsophilia ball and it looked fabulous dressing the ceiling in ceremony area.

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A wishing tree in place of the traditional guest book and a vintage suitcase for collecting cards from guests.

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The styling was carried through into the finishing touches and the personal details.
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We didn’t just style the venue for this wedding we also provided the bridal flowers. Fresh flower vintage style bouquets for the bride and bridesmaids along with buttonholes, corsages and gypsophlia crowns for the flower girls.

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Get the look: Chairs dressed with vintage pink ruffle hoods and ivory lace sashes with a single rose. Aisle chairs dressed with hanging jars and fresh flowers. Tables dressed with hessian and lace table runners and vintage style vases filled with fresh flowers and tealights on wood slices. Vintage style bridal flowers.

Please contact us for further information including fees.

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