Pretty Pink Wedding Flowers at Pennyhill Park

Pink wedding flowers at Pennyhill Park’s Pavilion

 These pretty pink wedding flowers at Pennyhill Park combine ever popular roses and gypsophila, in lovely shades of girlie pinks, ideally suited to this young bride and her beautiful bridesmaids in delicate sage greens.

Summertime is the perfect season for beautiful weddings, filled with pretty flowers, romantic outdoor ceremonies, and sunny celebrations.  If you’re planning a dreamy summer wedding, and are exploring having an outdoor wedding, the terraced grounds at the back of the formal library at Pennyhill Park, lead the way to a sunken sun-bathed garden pavilion where you can have your ceremony outside .   What better way to celebrate your love than with an outdoor ceremony in the tranquil gardens which are the setting for Pennyhill Park’s charming wedding pavilion?

The pavilion provides a perfect blend of nature and elegance, allowing you and your guests to soak in the beauty of the surrounding gardens while exchanging vows if weather is on your side.  Luckily for Mel and Dave, their wedding day was beautiful and sunbathed and the ornate white garden pavilion provided the perfect backdrop for their summer ceremony. 

When it comes to classic wedding flowers, roses are a timeless choice that exudes romance and elegance. To add a touch of whimsy, a more relaxed vibe and a cloud-like ambiance, gypsophila, also known as baby’s breath, is the perfect roses companion, and adds a beautiful lacy touch to bouquets and displays.   This delicate flower complements roses beautifully, creating a beautiful contrast between the larger blooms and the dainty, scattered gypsophila. 

These pretty pink wedding flowers at Pennyhill Park had a much more relaxed mood than most other weddings we’ve dressed here.  Mel and Dave wanted a really informal style with understated yet pretty decor.   The bridal bouquet was a gorgeous blend of roses, lisianthus and lacy gypsophila, while team-bride carried simpler bouquets of blush hydrangeas, wispy summery astilbe and gypsophila creating a delicate and soft contrast against their pale sage green dresses. 

The path and steps to the garden pavilion were lined with pretty moroccan style white lanterns filled with roses and gypsophila and the pavilion was dressed with a trailing foliage and flowers garland both creating a laid back charm.  We provided lots of rose petals confetti which made for a romantic confetti shot on the beautiful age-old stone steps. 

The wedding breakfast was held in the light, wood-panelled Balmoral Suite, where we let simplicity shine through with minimalistic centerpieces. A combination of simple bud vases and candle-lit votives created an understated yet pretty tablescape and allowed or uninterrupted conversations and unobstructed views, making the atmosphere relaxed and inviting.