On the blog today I have the most gorgeous autumn wedding at Goldney Hall. The whole wedding was coordinated and planned with the lovely Steph from Sweet and Pretty Weddings. As I was working with a wedding planning I never met the couple and all communication was through Steph.
When Steph approached me the colour scheme and overall look for the wedding had already been decided, I came up with designs that met their brief with flowers that were available in Autumn.
Colour palette and design brief
The colour palette was made up with lots of pretty pastels and gold ascents. The designs needed to be fairly flower heavy but with a natural feel to them. Steph and I did a site visit leading up to the wedding to ensure the designs I was going to create would work in situ. Although the wedding was a small affair they were determined to have the venue beautiful decorated with flowers. We chose some stunning blooms including Secret Garden Roses, hydrangeas, snowberries, spray roses and delphiniums
Welcome and ceremony flowers
With so many installations to create on the day and quite a tight timeframe with an early wedding. We arrived at 7am to start the first of the installation pieces before Goldney Hall was open. The clients had opted for a beautiful split arch at the main door to welcome their guests to the wedding. Moving through the venue there was a beautiful round hallway table where we placed a large urn of flowers and created a natural display of flowers at the base of the staircase.
The ceremony took place in the Mahogany Chamber at Goldney Hall. The ceremony was framed with another split arch and meadows of flowers at the base of the ceremony table. The music was provided by Joe Pike Pianist.
Goldney Hall Wedding Breakfast Flowers
The wedding breakfast was held in the Orangery, which is a beautiful light room. Steph had coordinated all the elements so well with gorgeous table linen and napkins from Duchess and Butler in a beautiful blush pink colour. With stunning stationary by Ivy Inks. We decorated the tables with tall gold stands and flowers heavy displays. The trellis at the back room had an organic display of foliage and flowers the all the flowers from the ceremony were repurposed to the Orangery. The whole day was beautifully captured by Russ at How Photography
The cake was made and decorated by Joanna Pyda with our flowers.
It was such an honour to be part of this fabulous Goldney hall wedding and working alongside some of Bristol’s best wedding suppliers.
If you are planning your wedding and would like to talk about your flowers, please get in touch.