Wedding at Coworth Park – Raspberry wedding flowers

Raspberry Ripple Flowers – Wedding at Coworth Park

This pretty colour scheme looked amazing at this recent wedding at Coworth Park.  The neutral background of  the Oval room created a perfect backdrop for this flourish of pretty raspberry and blush sorbet pink colour scheme and looked so lovely against the bridesmaids raspberry dresses…   I was delighted to arrange the flowers for Diane and Alan’s wedding at Coworth Park and particularly enjoyed doing something a little bit different to bring the colour down the aisle.

For the this lovely wedding at Coworth Park, we created gorgeous bouquets, with ivory and blush pink roses, and splashes of raspberry coloured roses and halos of dreamy gypsophilla.

All the wedding flowers for this lovely wedding at Coworth Park worked doubly hard, with a double dose of gorgeousness – they were used once for the ceremony, and then for the evening reception. For the wedding aisle, we made clever use of all the table centrepieces, tall and low ones, by using them on plinth stands to line the aisle.  The room came to life with the infusion of pretty pinks.  Tall Martini vases started and finished the aisle, and in the middle of the aisle for a lighter effect were the low coordinating vase displays.   The aisle was lined with storm vases and rose petal scatter along the floor.  

Later on, the tall Martini vase centrepieces were used on the guest tables, and the low vase centrepieces were lined up along the top table.   Even the storm vases which were initially lined up on the floor, were later brought back to action.  We dotted them around the room, on the plinth stands to add a wonderful candlelit effect later on into the evening. 

Diane was not a big fan of foliage and wanted displays which were bloomy, textural and girlie, using here favourite flowers, roses, hydrangeas and gypsophila, so we used this mix, in a blend of ivory, bush and raspberry pink, for a romantic and blowsy look.   Framing the ceremony table were two lavish tall cylinder vase centrepieces also bursting with hydrangeas, roses and gypsophila, with subtle splashes of silvery eucalyptus.   The vases themselves were filled with gypsophila for a lacey filigree effect in keeping with this pretty and unabashedly feminine look.

Photo thanks to Naomi Kenton Photography.




If you are planning a wedding at Coworth Park and you are looking for more photos and ideas for wedding flowers at Coworth Park, we are very familiar with this lovely Berkshire venue, a stones-throw away from our workshop.  Please get more ideas and inspiration from our other featured Coworth Park weddings by clicking here. 

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