Kenilworth Castle provides a prestigious backdrop for weddings. This must be one of Warwickshire’s best-kept secrets, as this venue has only recently started holding civil ceremonies. It is a perfect venue for couples holding an intimate wedding ceremony. The grandeur and history of this building really does take your breath away.
Here is what Emily & Owen said about their wedding flowers at Kenilworth Castle: “Absolutely loved them. Had lots of comments from guests about how nice they were. Had confidence with you working with the castle.”
This building has centuries of fascinating history behind it, including the courtship of Queen Elizabeth I. The Gatehouse provides a unique wedding setting that will stay in you memory forever.
The Gatehouse at Kenilworth Castle is full of character and we have enjoyed providing decorations for this romantic venue. In the photo below you can see a series of vintage style jugs filled with seasonal flowers. These work really well on this window sill.
The dark wood panelling of the Oak Room provides an atmospheric ceremony venue. We are one of the recommended suppliers for the Castle and know how to take special care to ensure that the historic woodwork does not suffer any damage from water or flower containers.
Here you can see two of our flower trees marking the entrance to the gatehouse.
If you are having a small intimate wedding reception, you can also have your wedding breakfast in the Dining Room. In the photo below you can see how we decorated it for Madeline’s wedding.
See our video of weddings at Kenilworth Castle.
If you are planning a wedding at Kenilworth Castle then please feel free to give us a call on 0788 7557489 or complete our contact form, to discover how we can provide your perfect wedding flowers.
We recently provided the wedding flowers at Kenilworth Castle for Julia and Leighton’s October wedding. The beautiful civil ceremony room (photo above left) with its oak panelled window, original fireplace and dark wooden floor fitted really well with the couples vintage wedding theme. The wedding flowers for the castle were all arranged in cream enamel jugs and placed on the windowsill (photo above right). To stay in keeping with the venue and the vintage theme, all of the flowers had a very natural country look.
Julia chose a beautiful handtied posy bouquet of cream roses, ranunculus and freesias all loosely tied with delicate orange hypericum berries and eucalyptus. The bouquet was finished off with a gorgeous wide cream satin bow (photo above left).
As the couple live in Kenilworth, it was ideal for the groom to make his way by foot on this beautiful autumn day. They choose the Parochial Hall in Kenilworth to hold their wedding breakfast. This was a perfect choice for their vintage theme wedding. This couple had gone to great lengths to keep all aspects of the decorations and venues in keeping with their theme.
We provided simple clusters of flowers arranged in jam jars and vintage vases (see photo above) to follow their theme. All the wedding flowers featured the beautiful rich cream and delicate soft orange colour. The random nature of the arrangements really suited the style of this wedding.