The conservatory at Chiswick House is a truly remarkable setting for any event, so with bright June sunlight streaming in and filled with flowers, it makes for a memorable and magical wedding backdrop.
Filled with sunshine, we set to work decorating the venue. Soft pastel purples, pinks and blues were the couple's choice. We used a variety of flowers to create a gradient of those shades in each piece. A mixture of pink, blue, indigo and lilac hydrangea created volume and shape, whilst lilac delphinium shot up above for height and visual impact. Dotted amongst were large headed white, sweet and pink avalanche roses.
The ceremony was held in the conservatory; table decorated with single stem flowers in small bud vases - pinks, lilac and white. We created hydrangea chair backs to line the aisle and tied with long pink and white ribbons.
The buttonholes for the groom and best men were a mix of roses and sweet peas in soft pink and white shades. A beautiful and delicate English summer design.
Dinner centrepieces for the tables used a similar flower mix, soft pastels and full, frilly hydrangea, accented with sweet avalanche and pink roses, and delicate sweet peas. Clusters of small bud vases and silver tea lights were placed at the bottom of each vase.