Delicate Ivory & Blush wedding flowers at Great Fosters
I loved Natalia’s choice of ivory and pale blush pinks for her wedding at Great Fosters, the Tithe Barn always looks so pretty with pale shades like these. Natalia carried a bouquet of blush calla lilies, ivory roses, blush O’Hara garden roses and baby pink roses, with pretty lily of the valley and gypsophila. The bridesmaids had matching bouquets of roses and gypsophila, which looked lovely against their floor length pink dresses. Natalia’s family was so happy and appreciative of the flowers, it was a lovely welcome on a lovely day!
Natalia and Joel had such an amazing wedding day, they were blessed with the nicest day of the year so far. The sun was shinning, and it was an absolutely perfect May day to tie the knot. The wedding ceremony was held at the Greek Orthodox church in Kingston, a beautiful and intimate church in the heart of Kingston which we decorated with pretty gypsophila posies on the pew ends, and 2 displays near the ceremony.
After that, the happy couple departed for their wedding ceremony at Great Fosters in Egham. What an amazing couple, what an amazing day and what an amazing venue. The tithe barn looked fabulous with a mix of tall and low centrepieces bursting with scented blooms. The top table was decorated with 3 long displays, and later on the bridesmaids bouquets were added alongside these. The tables in the middle of the barn had beautiful tall vase centrepieces , while the tables under the eaves of the barn were dressed with blousy low vase displays, all bursting with hydrangeas, Dutch and Colombian garden roses, scented stocks, lisianthus, lacey gypsophila and eucalyptus. We styled the minstrel gallery with a pretty foliage and flowers garland to match, and then left this beautiful wedding to get on with a good Anglo Greek party like never before…
If you are getting married at Great Fosters, please take more ideas for your wedding flowers from our many featured Great Fosters weddings on our Great Fosters venue posts and portfolio pages. You will be overwhelmed by so many ideas.
I have you have enjoyed (amongst my amateur photos) the beautiful photography shown in this post, thanks to David Ward Photography – David’s website also features many Great Fosters weddings.