I have the most beautiful Hyde House wedding flowers up on the blog today! Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year to be married, the blossom is out of the trees, the daffodils are springing up everywhere, and we are surrounded by nature throwing out new life all around us! Hyde House is a beautiful venue in the cotswolds with a brand new modern barn ceremony room, alongside further gorgeous spaces to hold your wedding breakfast too.
Chelsea was amazing from the start of the wedding flower planning journey, by knowing exactly what she was looking for! She chose the most stunning spring flowers for her wedding last April and you can see from these amazing photos by Albert Palmer, the zingy lime foliage alongside the ivory seasonal blooms makes for the perfect combination for a spring wedding.
Chelsea’s bouquet was filled with ivory ‘Avalanche’ roses, spring hellebores, white anemone with black centres which added depth and interest, with veronica, narcissi and parrot tulips. The parrot tulips and hellebores are kind of two tone ivory and green so they work so well in the combination.The fresh green mix of foliage really does make all of the ivory flowers stand out, with trailing eucalyptus adding movement to the bouquet.
The bridesmaids carried smaller, natural, spring hand tied bouquets and the flower girl a large hydrangea with trailing ribbons. The soft blue dresses work perfectly with ivory and green bouquets!
We went for simple floral decoration in the Hyde House ceremony barn, the views from the window let all the countryside views in! It is such a beautiful space! The ceremony table was dressed with a natural floral runner filled with ivory flowers and lots of foliage offering movement throughout. This is a more modern approach to a ceremony table arrangement and can be easily transported to the top table… as you can see here by these helpful groomsmen!!
The wedding reception was filled with round tables with clear glass candlesticks in various heights. We then placed a spring floral wreath around the candles, filling the centre of the table with spring blooms and zingy fresh foliage.
Sprigs of rosemary were placed on each place setting napkin, a lovely little special touch and decoration to the table. I absolutely loved working with Chelsea on her floral vision… filled with natural, spring blooms and tons of foliage it was totally my kind of wedding! Big thanks to Albert Palmer who’s photos are as amazing as always! If you are looking for Hyde House wedding flowers or for more wedding flower inspiration please check out the beautiful weddings I have on the website gallery page.