Fresh Green at Graydon Hall Manor

There is something about a wedding palette of greens and white that feels so fresh to us. Bride Michele was after just that for her beautiful wedding at Graydon Hall Manor in Toronto. Seeking simple yet elegant flowers in greens and whites we used lots of texture and pretty classic details to fit with the gorgeous venue.

Michele’s bridal bouquet featured white lisianthus, spray roses, ranunculus, green vibernum, mini hydrangea and trick dianthus. Bridesmaids carried slightly smaller versions of the same flower combination.

Green and White Bridal Bouquet

Green and White Bouquets at Graydon Hall

Greeting guests at the entrance to the Manor House at the end of the red carpet, were two large arrangements of hydrangea, spider mums, button poms, roses, stock & belles of ireland in classic white urns flanking the staircase.

Green and White Entrance Flowers

The ceremony took place on the outdoor ground of Graydon Hall set up around the stone fountain. Lining the staircase where the bride made her grand entrance were our shepherd hooks with small arrangements of hydrangea, roses, stock & button poms tied with ribbon.

Graydon Hall Manor

Green and White Flowers down stone staircase

The dinning room for the reception was set aglow with candlelight. Classic pewter lanterns were placed atop mirrored bases filled with hydrangea, spider mums, button poms and spray roses and were a wonderful take away for guests.

Reception setup at Graydon Hall Manor

Lantern centerpiece with floral base.

It was such a joy to work with Michele and Luke creating their perfect day. We wish them a lifetime of love and happiness!

~Ashley

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