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Pennard House Wedding Flowers

Are you looking for Pennard House Wedding Flowers? As a Somerset wedding florist I work at some of the most stunning wedding venues and Pennard House is truly one of them. Based in the Somerset countryside, Pennard House is a beautiful exclusive use venue with accommodation on site and options for either an indoor or outdoor ceremony. I want to share with you some seasonal late spring wedding flowers featured at Pennard House for some serious wedding inspiration!

wedding ceremony at Pennard House

Pennard House luckily has the capacity to host an outdoor ceremony in their grounds, or inside in the house. If you choose to get married outside in the beautiful gardens, you will have your ceremony under the simple wooden gazebo, which always looks fabulous adorned with seasonal blooms. Here I used clusters of tumbling blousy roses amongst spring foliage, nestled into the gazebo and adding an extra element to the garden shrubs that are already in existence.

colourful spring natural bride bouquet

The bridal bouquet for this amazing Somerset wedding at Pennard House, was filled with late spring seasonal flowers. I used touches of Solomon seal, mock orange and lilac as the foliage base for the bouquet, and then used the most amazing toffee roses as a focal. A really unusual, but utterly wonderful combination is the soft muted lilac against the mocha, toffee tones. Colour in it's sophisticated form! May is a great month for aquilegia, which is a great English country garden bloom, alongside campanula, achillea and delphiniums. My bridal bouquets are always full of textured blooms and foliage, yet arranged in a way that offers elegance and style.

inside ceremony room at Pennard House

spring urns filled with foliage branches and colourful blooms

If you are looking for Pennard House wedding flowers for your inside ceremony then there are various options that work really well. Here you can see that statement urns filled with overflowing blooms fit perfectly to frame the ceremony space. I used a late spring selection of the finest seasonal flowers and foliage. The viburnum branches are one of the most exquisite foliages you can use... a bight, zingy green with voluptuous green spheres. It is a foliage that can elevate any floral arrangement and I completely adore using it! The viburnum is complimented by mock orange, which has a very short flowering season, my dream is to have a huge shrub of this in the garden, although I am not sure huge it would last as I would definitely be hacking it down a lot!

wedding ceremony flowers at Pennard House

When using floral urns I like to flower the base of the plinth too, it softens the structure of the plinth and adds interest and texture to the base of the arrangement, carrying your eye down. By placing florals at various heights in the ceremony space it adds a higher level of atmosphere and intimacy to the space. The spring branches are a further way to add texture and drama to the room, softening the overall feel of the arrangements.

natural spring flower urns and plinths

spring flower meadow arrangements

May is a wonderful time of year to get married, it is full of the most gorgeous seasonal blooms and this colour palette of lilacs, spring green, deep plum, and soft mocha tones is a sophsticated take on spring colour. The tall delphiniums, lilac campanula and lilac foliage add the lighter spring elements to the flowers, whilst the deep plum tones add depth. The black hero tulips are a long stemmed variety and are a really luxurious double layered tulip to use, once open they are a really impactful bloom. I always use seasonal flowers within my wedding flowers, flowers that are only available at the time of the year you are getting married are a special way to remember your big day. The dark frittilaria are such an unusual bloom and they work so well in the colour combination!

Somerset wedding florist The Rose Shed

As wedding florists it is important to look at your wedding venue as a whole and recommend all the areas we feel would benefit from adding a floral touch. The windowsills here at Pennard House are calling out for flowers, and these window boxes full of late spring blooms and foliage branches are a super classy way of adding atmosphere to the space. If you are getting married at Pennard House or anywhere in the South West and are looking to discuss your flowers then I would love to hear from you! Thank you to Katrina Bartlem for these stunning photos.


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