Coworth Park wedding flowers – Tower House reception & ceremony

Purple & Lilacs in The Tower House at Coworth

This was not our first wedding at Coworth by any means, but it was the first one it its beautiful Tower House.

Coworth Park is a luxury hotel on the Surrey Berkshire border, between Wentworth Golf Club and Ascot, and is part of the select Dorchester Hotel groups.  Open fairly recently in 2011, it has a wealth of space for civil ceremony weddings and receptions and no expense has been spared throughout. The main hotel offers luxe modern decor while the Tower House has a beautifully rustic ambience.  Coworth Park can accomodate any size weddings, from intimate family weddings in smaler settings like the Tower House, to grand affairs in the main hotel or in an outdoor marquee amongst the beautiful wild meadow.

When Kate and Paul asked me to arrange their wedding flowers for the Tower House, I was very excited to see the other side of this stunning venue.  Approached via an old arched bridge, the Tower House has a really unique rural charm, and the same sense of clever design and attention to the finer details is visible throughout, just like in the main hotel. 

Kate chose a beautiful pastel lilac and deep purple colour scheme for her wedding.  For her bouquet, we arranged an elegant pastel lilac rose boquuet of Avalanche roses, lilac Pacific Blue roses, muted lilac Safi roses.  For the couples young teens bridesmaids, we arranged dreamy bouquets of roses, likes in Kate’s bouquet, but added deep purple lisianthus, to contrast more against their ivory dresses.   The men wore classic Avalanche rose buttonholes with silvery foliage.

The Tower House was dressed for the wedding ceremony, with 2 tall dramatic urns with an abundence of lilac, vintage green, two-tone and deep purple hydrangeas, and tall delphiniums, as a beautiful backdrop to the ceremony table.   Their style complemented the rustic bare brick background and the room’s high vaulted ceiling.  The ceremony table was styled with a row of pretty vintage vases with dainty flowers posies.  We dressed the ceremony aisle with romantic storm vases and petal scatter.  Along the modern sideboard, we used two matching tall dramatic vases and a lower vase, with an eclectic display of votives and rose petal scatter, that would all be cleverly repurposed afterwards to the wedding breakfast table.  At the back of the room, the tall brick-faced fireplace was dressed with matching vintage vases like on the ceremony table. Beautiful linen chair covers with lilac sashes were supplied by Beau-Events. 

Following the wedding ceremony, the Tower House was changed over ready to host the Coworth Park wedding reception around an oval intimate banquet table.  Two bloomy tall vases were used at either end of the long banqueting table,  with low flowers connecting them low down at table level – mixing the ceremony table small bud vases and the low vase from the sideboard.  The aisle storm vases were moved on to the mantlepiece, casting a soft light over the room during the dinner. 

If you’d like to see more of our featured weddings at Coworth Park wedding please visit our Coworth Park gallery page.   We’re very local to Coworth Park and are very familiar with the venue so if you are planning a Coworth Park wedding, we can guide you through designs and options to to have the most amazing wedding flowers.  Meanwhile, here are Kate’s kind testimonial words just before heading off on honeymoon:

Hi Gabi,
We just wanted to drop you a quick note before we depart off on our honeymoon and say a big thank you for the fantastic job you did at our wedding at Coworth Park yesterday. The flowers and overall decorative displays for both the ceremony and wedding breakfast were everything I had imagined them to be when I first started to plan my wedding. The table set up for the wedding breakfast received so many compliments – from both the guests and hotel staff – with people commenting that it was the best they had ever seen. The displays were amazing and provided a perfect setting for our fairy tale wedding!
Many thanks again,
Kind regards,