Coworth Park wedding flowers in ivory & Tiffany blue
Carla & David’s Coworth Park wedding flowers theme – ivory and Tiffany blue, is a much loved lovely neutral colour schemes that would suit almost any venue. But especially in the context of the uber chic and minimalist Coworth Park, I have to say that I was really pleased with the stylish but more relaxed outcome. This wedding in the main hotel, was very different from the last visit here last weekend, when we were setting up the flowers for a wedding in the more rustic Tower House at Coworth Park.
For Carla & David’s Coworth Park wedding flowers we kept the flowers mix all beautifully white & ivory. Carla’s and the bridesmaids bouquets, all used a mix of scented paeonies, roses, wild looking astrantia, veronica, lisianthus, scented rosemary and pistache.
Carla and David’s wedding ceremony took place at took place at the lovely All Saints church in Ascot, from where guests departed for Coworth in a fun double decker red wedding bus. David’s close family friend arranged the wedding flowers for the church, in memory of David’s mum, who was a keen florist for the church. We had coordinated together to make sure everything was in the same mix of flowers as we used at the venue. I caught a few shots of the lovely bride Carla, arriving at the church, just as I was heading back to Coworth Park. The bridesmaids looked fantastic in Tiffany blue dresses, some in satin and some in lace with a satin overlay. What a great way to bring different style and texture dresses together – they looked so much more interesting than if they had all been the same…
Back to Coworth for the wedding reception, the rural setting was complemented with wild bridal flowers and clusters of just picked style posies of meadow flowers dotted low down on the reception tables. The main centrepieces however were a more polished look, with tall Martini vases and elegant silver urns, to decorate the modern backdrop of the room. We used bloomy displays of hydrangeas, roses, astrantia, veronica, scented stocks, amongst rosemary and scented eucalyptus. The eucalyptus colour looked really beautifully coordinated with the Tifanny blue lining in the Martini vases and on the chair sashes.
To decorate the top table, we lined up vases along the long oval top table, ready to receive the 5 bridesmaids bouquets after the church ceremony. These were surrounded by wild meadow flower clusters in frosted votives, to bring the outside in – Coworth Park is well known for its beautiful wild flowers meadow which lies just outside, as you walk up from the steps of the room’s sunken terrace.
If you are planning a wedding at Coworth Park, we’d be delighted to hear from you. We are very local to Coworth and know the venue very well, so we can easily meet you at Coworth by appointment if you need advice on your own wedding flowers. In the meantime please check out out Coworth Park venue pages for more Coworth Park featured weddings and ideas.