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Our Wedding Flowers at Goldsborough Hall

9 Feb 2015

​Goldsborough Hall is a beautiful Yorkshire country house that was once home to  HRH Princess Mary, the Queen’s aunt, who lived there in the 1920s after her marriage to Viscount Lascelles.


Whenever we work with brides who have chosen this as their wedding venue we enjoy decorating its elegant rooms with flowers.

Neutral Colour Scheme

The neutral colour scheme chosen for this wedding made excellent use of seasonal roses and summer flowers from a muted palette of soft ivory, cream, pink, peach and nude.


We selected nude roses in a fabulous variety called ‘Quicksand’ and these were highly effective in helping to create a chic neutral effect.


Fresh lime green and variegated country garden style foliage provided the ideal accent within the classically elegant bouquets and floral displays.

The arrangements were styled to match the traditional theme of the wedding and the Robert Adams-designed dining room at Goldsborough Hall complemented the flowers beautifully.


The muted colours, the simplicity of the roses and the historic setting of Goldsborough Hall all combined to successfully recreate an era of effortless sophistication.

Vintage style

Roses in subtle shades of cream and dusky pink were used to create a 1920s vintage theme for this wedding at Goldsborough Hall.


The understated elegance of simple roses in subtle shades suited the country house setting perfectly.

The bridal bouquet was made up of seven Amnesia roses and the bridesmaids held a single rose embellished with feathers.


Small arrangements of Amnesia roses in decanters made excellent vintage style centrepieces, surrounded by fresh rose petals.


The muted colours, the simplicity of the roses and the historic setting of Goldsborough Hall all combined to successfully recreate an era of effortless sophistication.


Spring Wedding

A fresh palette of white, ivory, cream and blue with touches of lime green created a classic seasonal flower theme for this spring wedding at Goldsborough Hall.


Scented hyacinths, anemones, ranunculus and grape hyacinth looked pretty against the delicate paperwhite daffodils.



Thistles, lisianthus and September flower daisies added depth to the arrangements and we included lime green vibernum pom-poms, silvery grey eucalyptus and variegated pittosporum for a contemporary twist.



Metre tall candelabras and large hurricane vases, each surrounded by a ring of flowers, made striking table centres for the wedding breakfast.


Goldsborough Hall is a unique country house wedding venue and we are very pleased to be on their list of recommended suppliers. To discuss your wedding flowers at Goldsborough Hall call us on 01765 602 331.



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