Emma’s gorgeous wedding bouquet was created by a different florist to the one who took care of the decor. It consisted of cream roses and purple lisianthus, whilst the bridesmaids carried pomanders of cream carnations.
Taking care of the decor was Mountains Country House’s resident florist, Helen Tinworth. She incorporated striking peacock feathers into floral arrangements, and decorated the hurricane lamps on each table with floral wreaths.
Emma walked down the aisle at Mountains Country House to the traditional wedding march, before listening to readings of ‘The Power of Friendship’ and ‘Recipe for Love’, read by friends and family. Emma and Graham exchanged rings that they had bought from ‘Smooch’, a ring company that brings rings to your house for you to try. The couple then left the church to the sounds of Take That’s ‘Greatest Day’, which described how they felt about their wedding day.