Botleys Mansion wedding florist

Another beautiful day in the life of a Botleys Mansion wedding florist


As a frequent visitor to Botleys as a Botleys Mansion wedding florist, I have to say I never ever tire of the approach to this beautiful Surrey wedding venue.  Nor do I ever take its beauty for granted. It’s not really just the impressive beauty of everything as you approach it, or when you are in it, though grand it sure is!  But the light in here IS soooo special! Never before has it been so beautifully captured as in this post, with photography by Murray Clarke.  I see my fair share of beautiful wedding photography as a Botleys Mansion wedding florist but this set form Murray is so hard to beat!  Today we share our beautiful floral story from Jenni & Robbie’s wedding at Botleys. 

The ceremony was held in the gorgeous Green Room upstairs and we created beautiful flowers to match the delicate pale sale and blush pink decor of the room, with our pretty summer country garden mix.  We kept to really light blush pink tones and used a textural and ever popular mix of flowers using roses, scented stocks, lacy gypsophila, lisianthus and astilbe.  My favourite ar e the scented O’Hara garden roses which have an amazingly delicate colour, almost ivory but with the most subtle hint of blush. 

Framing the ceremony area, we placed 2 dramatic urn displays with beautifully tall black-eye white delphiniums, roses, scented stocks and gypsophila.  As it was a summer wedding we left the mantlepiece plain but dressed every other row of chairs with pretty chair flower posies.  The guest tables were dressed with gorgeous bloomy tall vase centrepieces – these are always perfect at Botleys as they add much needed impact in the very tall ceilinged glass-house proportioned Atrium, where the wedding breakfast was held.  The oval top table was simply dressed with all of the bridal and bridesmaids bouquets, and the 2 ceremony statement urns were brought downstairs and reused to give a lovely backdrop to the top table. Just a handful of tables were dressed with matching low displays, to stop it becoming too top heavy. 

For more wedding flowers inspiration from Botleys Mansion featured weddings, please head to our venue pages, you’ll be spoilt for choice…