The George is a great venue for a wedding with couples having the choice to hold the whole affair there or just the reception with the ceremony in Rye Town Hall or local Church. We have had the pleasure of providing many couples with flowers for their weddings at the hotel and this year was no exception. Firstly we have the most wonderful photo’s supplied by Nick at ‘Parkershots – Kent Wedding Photographer’ for Becki & Al’s wedding back in May. The images tell the story beautifully starting with Becki who looked stunning and wanted a summer English country garden mix for her flowers, they included delphinium, peony, astilbe, David Austin roses, thistle, dahlia…
The Groom’s buttonhole
A Flower Girl All together
And from The Town Hall to the reception with my images.
Beautiful vases on the mantle and grouped on the table, all decorated by the bride
Finishing touches, again with thanks to Nick at pakershots
Delicate wax flower for the bridesmaid’s hair
One of many cakes The Bouquet
And on to August when Gary and Lauren got married in St. Mary’s Church with the reception at the George. The lovely photo’s here are by Kerry Ann Duffy Photography who really captured the spirit of the day. Lauren looks amazing as she steps out ready for the day!
Here we have alll the girls
A close up of the pretty pastel mix of country flowers with roses, scabious, stocks, lisianthus…
The Bride and Groom
Birdcages for table centres and below jam jars in the Church which were put on the mantles
And another perfect day, do take a look over on kerryannduffy’s blog too for more of this one.
We have done a few more at The George but only have my photo’s – Elen & Tom back in June went for coral and ivory, I am hoping to get some of their photo’s as Elen wore a red dress and it is always good to see something different!
Caroline and Adam’s wedding in September was great, I had the enquiry on the 5th September, saw them the following day and they married on the 23rd of the month! Now that’s a good way to do it, no faffing, decisions made and done. They had an intimate gathering for 12 and were having a bash on return from their honeymoon. They chose ivory, grey and blush:
Pretty vases for the mantle
Later that month Lizzie and Mark tied the knot in The Town Hall and back to The George for the reception. Varying shades of pink and ivory were the colours, roses and freesias the main flowers. It started with an ivory welcome heart to the Ballroom:
And mixed vases on the tables:
Again I am hoping to have some of the official photo’s as the brides neice made a gorgeous flower girl.
We have another couple of weddings to go at this lovely venue in December which will be featured next year.