Pembroke Lodge Wedding Flowers – Beautiful Burnt Orange

Mellow autumnal flowers & romantic candlelight


For Maddi’s autumnal wedding at Pembroke Lodge, the key part of the brief was to have a mellow autumnal colour scheme without the traditional and more usual take on autumn colours. So instead of going down the more frequently taken path of red and orange shades, we focussed on the softer orange and burnt orange, colours, with minimal pops of the brighter and more vivid orange tones.  Maddi loved orchids and calla lilies which both come in burnt orange, and also wanted to add a little bit of a rustic touch, with pretty warm candlelight for an inviting ambience.

So here’s how we brought all of this together… Maddi carried a bouquet of rich orange roses and burnt orange Mango calla lilies, while the 4 bridesmaids and the younger flower girl had coordinating simple handtied bouquets of elegant Mango calla lilies, to contrast against their fresh sage green dresses.  When it came to the venue flowers Maddi wanted understated centrepieces which could be reused after the ceremony.  So we created two rustic twig centrepieces with burnt orange calla lilies and cymbidium orchids, and pretty hanging lanterns, to frame the ceremony table and give a lovely warm ambiance during the autumnal ceremony.  A smaller matching display was used to dress the registrar’s table at the front, and the ceremony table was dressed with a line up of pretty vases with orange roses and calla lilies, and joint together by romantic votives and petal scatter.  

For the wedding breakfast guest tables, we reused all these ceremony displays and added extra ones, dressing all of the guest tables slightly differently, some with a taller centrepiece, some with just one of the lower centrepieces and the top table with a cluster of 3 pretty vases of flowers.  Again, all of them surrounded by pretty candlelight and rose petal scatter.

If you are planning a Pembroke Lodge wedding and need more ideas and inspiration, please visit our Pembroke Lodge wedding flowers gallery page, or search our website for ideas from other venues to see differet styles and colour schemes.   In the meantime here are some more photos from this lovely wedding.


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