Champagne blush wedding flowers

Beautiful wedding at Royal Holloway & Great Fosters

Katie & Kieran’s wedding flowers in a delicate champagne blush colour scheme with touches of pastel pinks and cream, was such a joy to work with, we just had to share it.  As Royal Holloway alumni Katie & Kieran held their wedding ceremony in the stunning Royal Holloway chapel in Englefield Green, and the wedding reception at historic Great Fosters Hotel, in Egham, a former hunting Lodge for Henry the 8th.   I’m so lucky to be recommended wedding florist at both of these absolutely amazing venues, every time we turn up, we fall in love over and over again with the stunning backdrops that make these the perfect venues for a wedding in Surrey. 

We delivered the bridal party flowers to Katie and her beautiful bridesmaids to the Nursery Suite at Great Fosters, and we were greeted by excitement and plenty of oohs and aahhhhs at the sight of the beautiful looking and heavenly scented bouquets.  We used a mix of really special ruffled garden roses, spray roses and lisianthus, in delicate shades of champagne blush and pale dusty pink.  

For the wedding ceremony in the Royal Holloway University chapel, Katie & Kieran opted to not have any flowers since the chapel is so grand and beautifully ornate.  . The focus for the wedding decor was the amazing Tithe Barn at Great Fosters Hotel, where we dressed the tables with very opulent bloomy centrepieces.  The long top table was styled with a lavish floral runner of ivory and champagne blush wedding flowers including roses, lisianthus, blousy hydrangeas and eucalyptus.  Either side, we left vases ready for the bridesmaids to place their bouquets in, for much needed rehydration after the photos, so that they can be taken home and enjoyed for a few more days.  

To add impact and lightness against the beautiful oak panelling in the Tithe Barn, the central tables were dressed with tall candelabra centrepieces which added a gorgeous mellow ambiance in the evening.  Last but not least. the tables under the eaves, we created opulent floral displays spilling out of elegant silver rose bowls.