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Summer marquee wedding - Hanging garlands

A Summer Marquee Wedding

The Marquee Wedding Flowers

Check the insurance, man the ladders… if you’re afraid of heights you can’t join The Wilde Bunch gang…it’s Marquee season again. Dyrham Park near Bath was the setting for this inspirational marquee wedding design in the Summer of 2016.

Day 1 of the installation saw Claire & Lyndi 15ft up ladders for 3 hours creating a stunning ‘mother’ of all hanging garlands, spanning the entire marquee. As Wilde Bunch photographer and sometimes florist I arrived on day 2 to take the pictures…No please…Well honestly…I’m a photographer not a Trapeze artist!!

Marquee Wedding Table Centres

The tables were equally split between ‘Longs’ and ‘Rounds’ to maximise the available space. This called for two designs following the overall theme.

It wouldn’t be a Wilde Bunch outdoor, summer wedding without a trademark Wilde Bunch crate stack. We placed one right on the marquee entrance bringing together the Church flowers and setting the scene for the Marquee wedding table centres.

The flowers inside the Church were created by the very talented Grandma of the Bride following our palette of colours and flower ingredients. A great job…an amazing amateur or someone with a sneaky past in the trade me thinks!! Very well done, they were seamless with our designs.

The Bridal Flowers

The arch on the church door featured a Wilde Bunch garland incorporating flowers from the brides bouquet. And Hey… I climbed a mighty three rungs of a ladder to install this to earn my ‘Wilde Bunch… No Fear of heights’ credentials!!

Rachel was an absolutely stunning bride as the above photos show. The Wilde Bunch wish both Rachel & Peter a great future together and thank you for giving us the opportunity to create the flowers for your ‘Big Day’.

This was the first big marquee wedding of the summer and with more lined up in the coming months keep an eye on the blog for more inspiration and ideas if you are planning a marquee wedding yourself.

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