Royal Holloway wedding flowers – Peachy Coral

Summery Royal Holloway Wedding Flowers – Pretty Peachy Coral

These summery Royal Holloway wedding flowers designs looked amazing in the Founders Dining Hall. Finally a wedding which managed to fill this amazingly grand room – not an easy task! The room is beautifully tall and very airy, and anything less than 12 tables struggles to make the room appear full. I am so glad that Vicki, the lovely bride for this pretty wedding took our advice and opted for tall displays! Royal Holloway wedding flowers with ivory, peach and coral wedding centrepieces. Royal Holloway recommended florist. Wedding at Royal Holloway. For her Royal Holloway wedding flowers, Vicky opted for a modern bouquet of ivory Avalanche roses with diamante, while her bridesmaids, wearing coral, carried bouquets of ivory Avalanche roses, coral Miss Piggy roses and scented freesias. For this wedding ceremony in the Royal Holloway’s beautiful Picture Gallery, Vicky hired our beautiful cherry blossom vases to line the wedding aisle, and to frame the ceremony table. This was also dressed with an opulent long & low display of hydrangeas, scented stocks and coral and ivory roses, with silvery green berried eucalyptus, which was later on reused on the top table. For the wedding breakfast, guests moved on to the grand Founders Dining Hall, where all guest tables were dressed with tall Martini vases of coral gladiola and coral Miss Piggy roses, amongst a mass of ivory white hydrangeas, roses and scented stocks. The colour beautifully complemented the pale coral chair sashes provided by Host With Style We are recommended florists at Royal Holloway and have arranged several weddings there, in the chapel as well as the Founders Dining Hall and The Picture Gallery, so if you are planning your Royal Holloway wedding flowers please take a look at our other Royal Holloway featured weddings for more photos and ideas. In the meantime here are some more photos of these beautiful Royal Holloway wedding flowers designs.      

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