When we sat down with bride Bailey she had an all white theme going for her winter wedding at Hazelton Manor in Vaughan. Seeking to work with the monochromatic interior of the venue she asked us for all white flowers for her onsite ceremony accented with lots of candlelight. Together with Daniel Barker House of Design, we created simple and full florals for her ceremony space, while bringing in soft pink to the bridal party for some depth and warmth.
The bridal bouquet combined soft pink and white roses, spray roses and fluttery white lisianthus in full bloom. Bridesmaids carried matching smaller versions of the bridal bouquet, set off against their slate grey chiffon gowns.
The ceremony took place in the well appointed front foyer of Hazelton Manor in front of the grand fireplace loaded with candles. Two large white urns full of white hydrangea and roses flanked the fireplace and created the altar for the ceremony. Small glass vases, also filled with white hydrangea and roses hung off alternating chairs down the aisle.
All of the ceremony flowers were re-purposed for the head table in the reception ballroom. The bouquets were displayed in glass vases along with the white aisle markers and the entire table was covered with flickering candles for a soft romantic ambiance. Altar pieces flanked the head table against the textural white and silver backdrop by Daniel Barker House of Design.
Congratulations to Bailey and Neil on their marriage. It was a pleasure working on your beautiful wedding!