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Beautiful Pastel Wedding at Pembroke Lodge

Beautiful Pastel Wedding at Pembroke Lodge

Beautiful Pastel Wedding at Pembroke Lodge

 Set in the beautiful surroundings of Pembroke Lodge in Richmond, London, Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart beautifully created the wedding flowers for a wonderful summery pastel wedding using blush pinks, antique whites and lush greens.

 Two beautiful foliage arches framed the outside of the wedding venue, creating the perfect look out of the wonderful country views of Richmond. In front of the foliage arches, was the wedding top table, decorated with a table runner filled an abundance of roses, peonies, foliage and metallic tea lights, highlighting the centre. 

Other round wedding tables had perfectly placed circular table flower arrangements in beautiful mauve, blush pink and antique white tones, combining secret garden roses, sweet peas and the summer favourite - peonies. 

Standing tall in the entrance was a tall clear glass vase with the most spectacular tall flower and foliage arrangement of further pink and white hues, wonderfully harmonising with the rest of the florals. Taking the wedding to new heights outside, a generous floral arch curved around the entrance to the reception, creating a perfect grand arrival for the wedding guests. 

 

 

 


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