Grosvenor Hall Wedding Venue
For a dream wedding venue, you can't get much better than Grosvenor Hall. With large spacious rooms to accommodate your guests, a catering department to ensure all their eating and drinking needs are met and even a few guest rooms for those who wish to retire a little earlier than most, you'd be hard pushed to find better facilities.
Let the bride prepare in a calm environment in her own drawing room, watching from the window with her bridesmaids as the guests begin to arrive. Perhaps having a glass of champagne to calm those nerves before taking her walk down the aisle ?
Guests can mingle on the steps and enjoy the view over the countryside whilst waiting for the ceremony and then return afterwards to celebrate with the bride and groom. The grand entrance makes the perfect place for the photographer to catch a group shot, but as the bride throws her bouquet from the top, who will catch it ?
How to create the perfect table decoration
You will need:
Firstly, using the one pence piece as a template, cut out a circle of card and glue the candlestick into the centre. When this is dry, take some tacky wax, roll it in to a sausage shape and stick it around the base of the candlestick.
Meanwhile, carefully unpick the yellow roses from their climbing wire, starting from the bottom. You can then trim the stems of the roses and the leaves to your desired length and arrange them around the base of the candlestick by pushing them into the tacky wax – exactly how you would arrange life size flowers in oasis!
Et voila, you have the most beautiful table decorations for your perfect wedding!
How to make elegant column flower arrangements
You will need:
To begin with, glue the classical white urn on to the top of the green column. Once the glue is dry, colour the urn black using the marker pen and fill it with the tacky wax.
Carefully unpick the climbing roses, starting at the bottom, and using wire cutters cut the ivy and berries in to four pieces. Using the ivy and berries first, stick them into the tacky wax, bending the pieces so they trail down the sides of the urn. You can then use the tulips, roses and leaves to create a pleasing arrangement around the ivy.