Aston Hall

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Marquee showcase

We aimed to create a winter wonderland theme. Our twinkle backdrop gave a subtle twinkle to the overall look. Chinese lanterns hanging from the ceiling was the main focal point. Vintage bowls with crystal and flowers and finished with lace runners.

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Civil Ceremony showcase

Ivory and candelight created a soft romantic feel with a colour pallete of dusky pink which complimented the room. Our signature bridal wrap is always a winner for civil ceremonies and finished with a diamante buckle was perfect

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Lagonda showcase

Stunning glass and crystal candelabras always look fab in the lagonda. We kept the colour ivory. From the linens, napkins, chair covers and twinkle backdrop, which always creates the wow factor.  Lace and vintage heart broches finished the tables. The room looked amazing.

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Lucy & Phil

Lucy and Phils evening wedding was filled with lighting with twinkle backdrop, uplighters and candelight. With a mixture of glass and crystal candelabras, hurricane lamps, lanterns and tealights for centrepieces gave the party/wedding theme that they were hoping to achieve.

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Zoe & Danny

Zoe and Dannys wedding  - The vantage oval table was dressed with 2 glass and crystal candelabras and a mixture of vintage stlye lanterns and birdcages. The evening reception had a mixture of candelabras and large floral displays

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Sheer elegance & sophistication Amy & Iain

Amy was looking for an overall elegant and sophisticated look for her Christmas wedding. When she saw our glass and crystal candelabras she fell in love with them. They looked stunning on every table and finished with floral displays at the base…

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Aston Hall - Emma & Brett

White with a touch of glamour Emma & Brett

The overall theme for this wedding was simplicity and elegance with a touch of glamour. Emma chose a colour scheme of black and white, which was followed throughout. White was used as the overall colour, consisting of white linens…

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Aston Hall - Jen & Aaron

Chinese lanterns Jen & Aaron

Jen wanted her wedding to be stunning and simple with beautiful lighting. Our new Chinese lanterns in ivory made such a statement and looked gorgeous. They looked fabulous in the daytime and at night created a soft romantic feel. We used white…

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Aston Hall - Kathryn & Gary

Traditional with a touch of elegance Kathryn & Gary

This couple chose an ivory scheme featuring diamant and roses. Working closely with Kathryn we decided that the elegant range was a perfect start for her wedding. Invitations were posted out in tissue-lined boxes in ivory and bridal white…

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Aston Hall - Lynsey & Paul

Chic and Stylish Lynsey & Paul

The colour scheme here was ivory, chocolate and burnt orange. An important aspect for Lynsey was her invitations. We designed the invitation around the theme, which were the colours chosen with a hint of glamour. The finished invitation was a trifold…

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Aston Hall - Nichola & Manuel

Autumn colours Nichola & Manuel

Chocolate and ivory with a hint of burnt orange were the chosen colours for this autumn wedding. Nicola and Manuel were hoping to achieve an autumn feel to their wedding and with the chosen colours for chair covers, overlays and floral…

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Aston Hall - Paula & Jordan

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We met with Paula and her family for an initial consultation. Paula wished to create an elegant, modern feel to her wedding with a touch of sparkle. Her wedding was on Christmas Eve! The colour theme was decided on white with purple and hints of…

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Aston Hall - Steven & Claire

Simply beautiful Steven & Claire

Claire wanted her wedding to be simple and beautiful using subtle colours. Ivory and tea green were the feature colours for this wedding. Ivory chair covers were enhanced with a sage green bridal wrap and ivory rose. The ivory theme continued with the…

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