Beautiful peach & pinky coral wedding flowers at Highclere Castle
These lovely mellow wedding flowers at Highclere Castle are the latest in our featured wedding flowers at Highclere and I loved the slightly different layout of the wedding ceremony at this stunning wedding. Karen and David chose a subtle blend of ivory, creams, pale peach, soft pinks and peachy coral, a lovely colour mix of for an early summer wedding.
For the bridal and bridesmaids bouquet we blended roses in a range of muted ivory, cream, blush and coral shades, including some show-stopping coral paeonies and frilly Vuvuzuella tea roses.
We extended the wedding aisle to suit this different layout for the ceremony, by using tall displays on plinth stands, to flank the brides path right from the front door through to the ceremony area. This created a beautiful effect as you entered the venue and culminated in 2 bloomy focal centrepieces flanking Karen and David during the civil ceremony.
The guest tables in the library were dressed with a mix of tall displays and low rose bowl centrepieces, all with an opulent mix of lots of roses, showy coral paeonies, hydrangeas, scented stocks and lisianthus, with just a little silvery green eucalyptus. We provided some lovely scented fresh rose petal confetti cones for guests to scatter. Here are some snapshots from this beautiful wedding, with special thanks to Liebenberg Photography.
For more ideas and inspiration for Highclere Castle wedding flowers please visit our Highclere Castle featured weddings on the venue pages.