If you are looking for Pynes House Wedding Flowers then I have the most beautiful wedding to share with you! Rosie and Grant were married in November at the exclusive venue and as Devon wedding florists we were thrilled to be asked to provide the wedding flowers. Rosie wanted to go for a neutral ivory colour palette with hints of dark blue berries throughout to add that winter touch.
Rosie's winter wedding bouquets were filled with ranunculus, roses, spray roses, lisianthus with soft grey eucalyptus varieties. The bouquets worked perfectly against the dark blue dresses! I think its important for winter weddings to add some colour if you are opting for a neutral palette. So here I added dark blue viburnum berries and thistles, whereas you could add touches of dark red too like skimmer. Or more chocolatey tones to add warmth!
The dainty buttonholes consisted of ivory spray roses, wax flower and winter foliage sprigs, all finished with ivory ribbon. All of our buttonholes will be labelled so each wedding party member receives the correct buttonhole. Our corsages are bound with ribbon and secured with a magnet so you do not need to use the pin if you wish.
The amazing thing about Pynes House is there are so many places to create floral installations, and as Devon wedding florists there is nothing we love more than going big on florals! Dressing the staircase at Pynes is a wonderful statement, creating a real focal point. You will be walking down these stairs on your way to the ceremony so think about your photographs. Who doesn't want to be photographed coming down a beautiful floral staircase on their big day!
Rosie and Grant opted for long tables in the dining room, which looks amazing! I adore the full banquet look so we added lots of low bowl arrangements throughout alongside smaller bottles and votives. It is important to use different heights, textures and florals along long tables to create interest the whole way down. We also added plenty of taper candles in greys, pale blues and dark blues. Coloured candles are a stylish way of adding a nod of colour to a neutral palette.
We are experts in providing Pynes House Wedding flowers and we get to know all the best places to flower up! Like these stunning mantel pieces, which sit in the ceremony room. Not only did we flower two statement floral urns placed at the end of the aisle, the mantelpiece was dressed too. Here we dressed the two corners, but we have dressed the whole mantel regularly too. The room has very high ceilings so I would totally recommend going big here, it is a mantel crying out for blooms!
Pynes House wedding florist in action! I will never tire of delivering the bridal bouquets on the morning of the wedding... all that excitement and anticipation of what is to come! And finally receiving the long awaited, much discussed about bouquet of dreams. You can see from my face I get just as excited about the day as my couples!
Winter weddings need candle light and just look how romantic the dining room looks here. People often underestimate a winter wedding, however I am a huge fan. If you are getting married at a beautiful venue like Pynes House, there will be no need to go outside so the classic British weather chats are out for discussion. Make the most of making the inside of your venue feel warm with flowers and candles and focus on creating that warm and cosy feel a winter wedding provides.
The biggest of thanks to Rosie and Grant for sharing their wedding photos with me, they were the most lovely couple to work with throughout the pandemic, with multiple date changes and being so grateful it all came together on the day. Beautiful photos from Joshua Gooding and lovely to work with Jo who fabulous wedding planner Grace and Honour. If you are looking for Pynes House wedding flowers then please do visit my website gallery, which has lots more stunning inspiration.