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Ivory & Blush flowers at Botleys wedding

Delicate ivory & blush wedding at Botleys Mansion

There’s a lot of ivory and blush about at the moment when it comes to wedding flowers, and looking back at these pretty wedding flower designs for Ruth and Ryan’s wedding at Botleys Mansion, you can see why this look is so popular.  Ruth & Ryan tied the knot at Christ Church in Ottershaw, followed by the wedding reception at Botleys Mansion.

Ruth opted for a very very pale colour palette of mainly ivory-white with very very subtle hints of pale cream and pale salmony peach. The result was light and airy, and perfectly fitted the beautiful Christ Church backdrop of dark woods and gold accents, and the bright and airy Atrium at Botleys Mansion.  Ruth and her bridesmaids carried pretty textural bouquets of Avalanche, O’Hara, Vendella and Wedding roses, Jana spray roses, lisianthus and hydrangeas, with just a little hint of eucalyptus.

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The beautiful Christ Church in Ottershaw was decorated with pretty hydrangea and gypsophila pew ends posies, and the ceremony area was flanked by two stunning ceremony urn centrepieces with dramatic delphiniums, roses, hydrangeas, stocks and gypsophila.
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The wedding reception was held at Botleys Mansion, a stunning stone mansion not far from Chertsey. Combining a more traditional upstairs (typically used for ceremonies) and a bright and airy grand Atrium downstairs,  the house offers a very neutral, light and classic backdrop for weddings, with luxurious touches in a more contemporary setting.  The tall atrium with very grand chandelier-adorned ceilings, looks best when decorated with tall centrepieces, or at the very least a mixture of tall and low centrepieces.   Ruth & Ryan opted for a mix of tall and low clear glass centrepieces with accent gold votives to pick up on the splashes of cream and pale salmon pink.   The flower displays were textural and opulent with a mix of hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila.

If you would like to see more wedding flowers ideas at Botleys Mansion, please visit our Botleys Mansion venue pages, full of featured Botleys Mansion weddings, to get a great overview of what looks good in terms of floral displays at this beautiful venue.

Some of the wedding photography featured in this post is thanks to Lauz Photography.
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