Thursday, 12 July 2012

Olivia & Richard Wed at The Manor - May 19th, 2012 - Full Co-ordination Wedding Planning and Decor & Design

Olivia and Richard began their journey as man and wife with a beautiful outdoor ceremony by the gazebo at The Manor in Kettlebly. They were surrounded by family and friends as well as large cream candles and an array of floral bouquets when they said their I do's. A swan swam by to wish them well.

After the nuptials they were ushered into a decadent ceremony with lots of gorgeous details. Trade Sensations went with lavender and white for the colour scheme but interestingly offset it with vibrant floral centrepieces including blue, fuschia, light pink, yellow and white flowers. These arrangements represented the couples fun and playful side. Cream candles on their own as well as encased in glass lanterns adorned the tables creating mood lighting and a calm and serene setting while pink uplighting added a bit of flare. Our favourite part was the cute and trendy five tier cupcake display provided by Cake Opera that matched the couple's colour scheme!

Richard and Olivia couldn't have been happier, in their own words, 

"Richard and I wanted to thank you for making our wedding go so smoothly. Everyone was impressed with how the wedding was executed and all the small touches we had, some of which you guys had given us as a surprise. Thank you for everything. We couldn’t have asked for anything better on our wedding day. I still remember seeing the reception hall for the first time and I almost cried at how beautiful it was. Carla-everything that I wanted for the wedding but could not includ in our budget, you added it and I was shocked. Your team was so professional and helped with everything. Camille was exceptional, she was truly my shadow for the day. I don’t know how she was still standing at the end of the night. Please thank everyone in your team that helped make our wedding dreams come true."


To view photos of Olivia and Richard's special day have a look at the photo gallery below! 



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