Cailin & Scott’s beautiful Pennyhill Park wedding flowers
We were so looking forward to setting up Caitin & Scott’s classic Pennyhill Park white wedding flowers, especially for their end of summer ceremony, due to take place outdoor. We’ve always loved dressing the beautiful garden pavilion which looks lovely when weddings are held outdoors. This was our third wedding this summer, which had it’s sights set on having an outdoor ceremony. So, so glad that Caitin & Scott got their wish! The weather was glorious this lovely September day and if anything, it was a bit of a challenge to keep things well watered and fresh under the hot sun.
Caitlin and her bridesmaids, who wore a delicate hue of sage mint green, all carried beautiful classic white bouquets of roses studded through textural hydrangea blooms and lacy gypsophila, which looked lovely against Caitlin’s amazing lacey dress and the bridesmaids delicate green dresses. Caitlin’s twin was her maid of honour and had we not arrived when Caitlin’s bridal veil was being tried on in the bridal suite, I really think we might have gotten mixed up, but Caitlin’s excitement was hard to contain so we knew instantly who to show the bridal bouquet to.
The ceremony took place in front of the garden pavilion, with guests taking their seats on the terraces and overlooking it from a lovely vantage point. We welcomed guests with two very dramatic floral urns filled with luxurious mix of hydrangeas, tall delphiniums, roses, lisianthus and other country garden style blooms, and dressed the pavilion itself with lavish floral runner along the top. The wedding path on age-old York stone amongst the terrace lawns, was dressed with pretty rose petals scatter and candlelit lanterns and the ceremony table flowers were simply guest table centrepieces put to good use under the cover of the pavilion.
Following drinks and photos in the glorious outdoors, the wedding guests took their seats at their tables in the grand Balmoral Suite at Pennyhill Park. The top table was dressed with the beautiful bouquets, lined up along the length of the table, with the floral runner from the pavilion added as a lovely finishing touch at the bottom of the table. The rest of the classically styled white guest tables, were mostly dressed with elegant tall vases of blousy flowers with Caitlin’s favourites – hydrangeas, roses, scented stocks and gypsophila. To add interest and variety, a few tables were dressed with matching low vase centrepieces creating a beautiful blend of venue florals.
I hope love enjoyed the beautiful photography of the beautiful newly-wed Gibsons – all beautifully and naturally done by Juliet McKee wedding photography. It’s always a pleasure to bump into her at local weddings and her beautiful wedding photography albums are always a delight and joy to see.