| The Bentley Wedding @ Tate House|
A wedding in shade of sunset for this warm autumn day at the historic Tate House. Since this home is known for its pink marble the bride stuck to shade of yellow, peach and orange to compliment these warmer tones. The brides bouquet was a luxurious mix of Orange Unique roses, Vendela roses, Green Hydrangea and White Casablanca Lilies with trails of English ivy and golden ribbon curls. The bridesmaids carried smaller rose bouquets filled with Midas Touch Golden Roses and white Dahlias version of the brides bouquet which looked amazing in front of the black velvet dresses. The the sweet flower girls carried matching build a bears with carnival rose collars and had beautiful white rose halos adorning their hair. The groom had a single white rose for his boutonniere while the groomsmen and father all wore golden roses. The couple was married in the garden at sunset with two pretty topiary style floral arrangements in white and gold and peach. The table centerpieces were simple white Agapanthus to give a farmhouse feel and green Ti leaves bubble bowls. The same simplicity was used on the cake as well with variegated Pittosporum and ivory , peach and golden roses surrounded with rose petals and candles.