I have such a gorgeous autumnal wedding at Coombe Lodge to share with you today! Liz was married in October and wanted soft plum, cappuccino, peach and metallic tones throughout their wedding at Coombe Lodge including the most beautiful succulents. I just love the sparkly bridesmaids dresses!
I filled with bouquets with ‘Cappuccino’ roses, ‘Secret Love’ roses, ‘Bombastic’ spray roses, with soft textured blooms like astrantia and astilbe. The foliage was a mix of eucalyptus varieties and the soft grey tone worked so well with this colour way. The plum succulents definitely added a unique and different element to the bouquets… just gorgeous!
Coombe Lodge was filled with gold planters filled with seasonal blooms such as ‘Avignon’ chrysanthemum blooms, which are a blush large headed flower perfect for autumnal weddings. I used peach hypericum to bring a slight autumnal feel to the arrangements and also added dark plum foliage which added so much depth to the arrangements.
The mantel in Coombe Lodge was dressed with glass bottles collected by Liz filled with seasonal flowers, this is a more subtle, less traditional way of dressing the mantel and looks so pretty!
How beautiful is their metallic cake?! Just finished off nicely with a few wired roses and spray roses, to add that softness and tie everything together. Such a lovely wedding to work on and it is always such a pleasure to be back at Coombe Lodge, where the team always work so hard to pull off an amazing day for the happy couple! All my congratulations you two and thanks so much for sharing your beautiful wedding photos from Laura Power Photography. Amazing hair and make up from my industry friends and all round good guys South West Bridal Hair and Make Up.