Great Fosters Ivory White Wedding

Beautiful Arch & Ivory White Wedding Flowers


This classically beautiful ivory white wedding was initially meant to be in October 2020 but due to the C word that we won’t mention was rearranged to sunnier times, giving Jess & Jordan a sunny and beautiful wedding day.  The 1 year delay also meant that she got to have our newly constructed beautiful floral arch for her wedding, and I’m so glad that she did as it looked absolutely gorgeous against the similarly shaped feature windows in Great Fosters’ Orangery, during the ceremony.

It’s hard to see how these classic ivory white wedding flowers at great Fosters would not be just as ‘of the moment’ in 10 years’ time from now, that’s the beauty of ivory and white wedding flowers, they are just timeless.  

Jessica carried a pretty bouquet of Avalanche roses and contrasting Ralphi and ruscus, and the bridesmaids matched her in colour only, with lacey bouquets of gypsophila otherwise known as baby’s breath.  Jordan wore a matching buttonhole and looked really smart in his navy check suit.  

The wedding ceremony and reception were both held at Great Fosters, the ceremony in the beautifully light Orangery, and the reception in the atmospheric and cosy but grant Tithe Barn – both spaces looked simply stunning with the classic all ivory white wedding flowers and the feature arch was the pièce de résistance.  For the wedding aisle, Jess chose covered chairs classical styled with lace bows from Host With Style, and we added pretty silver lanterns and rose petals scatter down the aisle – the lanterns were later reused at the bottom of the long top table adding to the ambiance in the Tithe Barn.  Carrying on with the silver theme, some of the tall dramatic table centrepieces, with hydrangeas, roses and gypsophila flowers, on tall elegant silver vases, were used to flank the back of the wedding aisle. 

Last but not least, the ceremony table display, later reused on the top table, was a pretty mix of Jess’s favourite flowers, roses, hydrangeas and gypsophila with long arching soft ruscus foliage. 

Are you planning your wedding at Great Fosters? For more inspo from real life featured Great Fosters weddings, please head to our dedicated Great Fosters weddings page where you will find more inspiration for your Great Fosters wedding, in many colours, styles and themes.  


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