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Pastel Pink at Loseley Park wedding

Pretty Loseley Park wedding flowers:  pale pink & soft green

This pretty spring pastel Loseley Park wedding flowers feature is a lovely start this year at Loseley.
For these beautiful Loseley Park wedding flowers the brief was spring freshness in blush pink and very pale green, to echo the bridesmaids dresses colours.   The bridal bouquet was amazing, with a lovely scent, from beautiful O’Hara roses mixed in with Avalanche and Sweet Avalanche roses, and lisianthus.  The bridesmaids, some in pale pink dresses and some in pale green dresses, all carried matching handtied bouquets with roses, double petalled tulips, lisianthus, freesia and lacey gypsophilla.  The men wore matching Sweet Avalanche rose buttonholes.

Moving on to the wedding reception in the tithe barn, we dressed the beams with foliage garlands and added twinkly fairy lights.   We also hung a very pretty heart wreath with roses, lisianthus and gypsophilla, just above the very pretty cake.  The top table was styled with a romantic line up of vases with tulips, roses, lisianthus and gypsophilla, laced with pretty and ethereal green coral fern.   For the guest tables, we mixed tall and low centrepieces to keep things more interesting and give guests more things to discover as they enter the barn and take their seats.  For some of the tables we used matching low vases, like on the top table, while for the rest of the tables we created tall dreamy displays with matching flowers to add impact and drama from a distance.

The tables used really lovely home crafted details for the table names and guest name plate holders, all down to the lovely brides months of efforts.   I loved Emma’s sweets table as you come in to the venue, and we created a tall display of cherry blossom and gypsophilla on the table with the guests cards post box.Overall I really loved these Loseley Park wedding flowers with beautifully simple but effective spring fresh flowers in the softest of spring colours.

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