Wedding Ceremony Flowers

Bridesmaid posy bouquet of ivory roses and purple lisiantus.

Wedding ceremony flowers can really make a difference to your venue. Whether you are getting married in church or having a civil ceremony, thoughtfully placed flowers can set the scene for a celebration.

flowers over chapel arch for wedding

Wedding ceremony flowers for an outdoor wedding at Wethele Manor.

Placing pedestal arrangements either side of the registrars table is a great way to add that special touch to a civil ceremony. You can see in the photo below two pedestals placed in the bay window at Kenilworth Castle. They also look really pretty when placed either side of the altar in the church, adding colour and fragrance to the ceremony.

musicians infront of flower arrangements at a civil ceremony in warwickshire

Flower trees are also very effective, they can be used to mark the start and top of the aisle as seen here in the photo below for a civil ceremony in the Moncrief at Walton Hall. They can also be placed either side of the church door so everyone sees them as they walk into church.

civil ceremony decorated with wedding flowers and chair covers

heart shaped wedding flowers on church pulpit

The orangery at Stoneleigh Abbey decorated with white wedding ceremony flowers.

Placing flowers on the ends of pews or the chairs that mark the aisle adds colour and style to your wedding ceremony. We always use satin ribbon bows that colour coordinate with the wedding colour theme to tie the flowers on.

Blue hydrangeas tied to the chairs for an outdoor wedding at Wethele Manor,

wedding ceremony flowers before altar at church

Lily shower bouquet with purple lisianthus for a wedding at Wren's Cathedral, Wroxall Abbey, Solihull.

I often supply rose petals for flower girl baskets or confetti cones. When thrown they look great in the photographs.

wedding flowers on registrar's table and flower trees at a wedding ceremony at Nuthurst grange warwickshire

White winter wedding flowers for a civil ceremony in Abbey Gate at Coombe Abbey.

Flowers set up for a civil ceremony in the state dining room at Warwick Castle.

The handrails and pillars decorated with wedding flowers, St James Church Walton.

White hydrangeas decorating the chair ends on the asile at Wethele Manor.

The gatehouse at Kenilworth Castle decorated for a wedding ceremony.

If you need help designing your own unique wedding ceremony flowers then don’t hesitate to contact me and we can start designing the flowers for your special wedding day.

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