Wedding Flowers at Tapton Hall
Tapton Hall is located a 20 minute drive from Fantail Florist in Oughtibridge and just under half an hour off Junction 35 of the M1. The building itself has been woven into the history of Sheffield since the 18th Century and was the original home of Florence Nightingale’s grandmother – Mary Shore.
It is nestled in its own discreet and modest grounds and has many rooms of different styles to accommodate your wedding. It’s always nice when Fantail Designer Florist creates wedding flowers at Tapton Hall and our favourite rooms have to be firstly the lounge. It is an ideal room to host your wedding ceremony and is licensed for up to 50 people. Yes, it's one of their smaller rooms and more traditional with their swags and tails window dressing but once decorated and beautiful flowers have been added it is a great space for an intimate wedding breakfast or afternoon tea.
Photo Credit: Captured Life Photography
Tapton Hall say “In 1855, the Sheffield steel master Edward Vickers, built Tapton Hall on the same site. In 1867 it became the home of George Wilson and his snuff fame. By 1965 the Sheffield Masonic Hall Company had acquired the house, completely refurbished it, and in 1967 added the architecturally designed extension”, which may we add as designers, gives a really contemporary back drop to wedding images as you’ll see below
As well as The Lounge, nothing beats The Hallam Suite for weddings with larger numbers, a big dance floor with a mini stage perfect for a band or DJ. The room also has a large stretch of glass window with contemporary sheer window dressings that lets in a large amount of natural light throughout the day.
Fantail Designer Florist had the pleasure of working directly with Becki Hastings from Tapton Hall to organise and work alongside some brilliant local suppliers to create a stylised shoot showcasing Tapton Hall to inspire potential brides and grooms. Have a nosey at our gallery below and speak directly to Tapton Hall to book for your wedding now! Email us to discuss your wedding flowers.
Image credit: Stu Ganderton Wedding Photography