Our bride was due to get married at the iconic Cliveden House Hotel, a luxury country house set in 376 acres of National Trust gardens. She absolutely adored baby’s breath and wanted to create a contemporary and stylised wedding design that incorporated this in soft pink.
An intimate wedding celebration, only 30 guests were in attendance and yet both the bride and groom wanted to ensure that their wedding at Cliveden House felt incredibly considered and unforgettable.
A ceremony set within the Cockerel Pavilion at Cliveden House, formed using a double floral arch and meadows of fresh flowers. Gypsophila in soft pink, affectionately known as baby’s breath, created the base of the designs and these were adorned further with the most beautiful roses.
The wedding scheme continued within the French Dining Room at Cliveden House as we adorned one central long dining table for all 30 guests with a runner of the most beautiful roses, in pink and lilac colours. Roses, garden roses, lisianthus and clematis all combined alongside gypsophila to offer the most beautiful and romantic wedding flowers. Large floral designs of pink gypsophila sat overhead like clouds and pink candles were scattered in abundance to finish the look. A luxury floral design befitting of such ornate surroundings.