For Bealinda and Ben’s wedding at Royal Holloway University, we got to work with a lovely mix of ivory and gold wedding flowers, a rather nice colour scheme for the Founders Dining Hall reception since this nicely echoed the colours of the room.
Bealinda carried a beautiful cascading shower bouquet of roses, Crystal Blush calla lilies, lisianthus and opulent phalaenopsis orchids. The little splash of golden yellow in the middle of the white orchids, linked in subtly with the ivory and golden yellow bridesmaids bouquets, with pretty ivory and golden yellow roses, lisianthus and gypsophila.
The men wore ivory rose buttonholes while the groom, Benjamin, had a Crystal Blush calla lily buttonhole, and the mums wore pretty orchid corsages.
The wedding ceremony took place at Bealinda’s local Baptist Church in Egham, carried out by the bride’s own father who is the minister of the church (yes, pretty rare I would say!). The wedding ceremony took place at the beautiful Royal Holloway College, blessed with simply amazing architecture and fantastic grounds abundant with stunning photo backdrops. The neutral ivory and gold Founders Dining Hall was dressed with alternating tall and low centrepieces, all using contrasting cool silver glassware, which looked beautiful with the ivory and gold wedding colour scheme. We used a mix of white delphiniums, scented stocks and lilies, blousy hydrangeas, contrasting with accent pale golden yellow roses and dainty lacey gypsophila.
I am very grateful for the lovely photos from this beautiful wedding at Royal Holloway, kindly shared with me by the talented Denise Winter of Denise Winter Photography. Please visit Denise’ website for more inspiration.