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Classic Goldsborough Hall Wedding, soft neutral theme

30 Apr 2013

Goldsborough Hall near Harrogate is an exceptionally beautiful 17th-century stately home and a superb wedding venue that was complemented perfectly by this bride’s choice of summer blooms in delicate shades.

The neutral colour scheme made excellent use of seasonal roses and summer flowers from a muted palette of soft ivory, cream, pink, peach and nude with the arrangements styled to match the traditional theme of the wedding.

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 Robert Adams-designed dining room at Goldsborough Hall complemented the flowers beautifully.

We created table centres in a combination of tall and low designs with each tall vase containing a classic loose hand-tied bouquet. Hanging nightlight globes added an ethereal effect.

Small cylindrical vases were used for the low arrangements, each containing a slightly different mix of flowers arranged at varying heights for a natural effect.

The table centres were placed on our large clear glass bases, surrounded by twinkling nightlights.

The overall effect was dreamily romantic.

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