Rose gold & white wedding flowers and rose gold sequins
If you like a bit of glam and have the slightest magpie tendencies, then look away now! This wedding raised ‘glam’ and “bling” to a high bar, and might put a spanner in the works if you are trying to resist going large on the pretty pretty accessories front.
The combination of colours was just gorgeous and feminine! We used soft tones of ivory, pale blush pink, vintage and nude pinks. The flower tones were then brought alive by the gorgeous rose gold sequin chair backs down the wedding aisle, and the matching rose gold sequin table cloths.
Emma opted for a stunning bouquet of blush astilbe, ivory roses and heavenly scented White O’Hara roses which have an amazing multilayered bloom with the most delicate touch of blush. If you are getting married outside of peonies season and you like that frilly multi-layered look, then O’Hara roses are your best bet – as you can see they are truly stunning! The bridesmaids and the younger flower girl, all carried matching slightly smaller bouquets with added nude pink roses and the men wore blush pink rose buttonholes.
For the ceremony in the Green Room, the end chairs were draped with rose gold sequin drapes, and we lined the aisle with pretty candlelit storm vases and rose petals. Framing the ceremony table were 2 glamorous crystal-adorned floral centrepieces on clear glass vases, later reused to dress 2 of the guest tables in the atrium, and matching these, 2 pretty vases were placed at each end of the ceremony table, connected by our lovely vintage champagne silver votives.
For this wedding reception, the atrium tables were mainly dressed with dramatic tall opulent centrepieces bursting with pretty blooms, and lots of our candlelight props. Emma had her tables dressed with sparkly rose gold sequin table cloths adding more opulence to the tables. And for a final luxurious flurry, Emma asked us to drape crystal strands from the centrepieces, to echo the beautiful Botleys row of crystal chandeliers above. The 4 corner tables and the oval top table, were all styled with matching low vase centrepieces just mix things up a bit. The overall effect was glam, stylish and very pretty.
Many thanks go to Kerry Morgan Photography, for sharing me some of her gorgeous shots from the wedding!!! If you are planning a Botleys Mansion wedding, please take much more inspiration from the numerous other Botleys Mansion weddings featured on our Botleys venue page.