Multi-coloured Wedding Flowers at Clevedon Hall, Bristol

For Natalia and Rob’s wedding, they wanted modern spring colours. To create their multi-coloured wedding flowers I used bold and light pinks, alongside light oranges, peaches, and blues/lilacs for contrast. I knew this palette needed to be beautifully modern, sculptural, and vibrant, with tonnes of texture to ensure it was the bold eye-catching statement they wished for over traditional pastel spring florals. 

As I arrived at Clevedon Hall a beautiful Victoria mansion we were blessed with a glorious sunny day, the soft light illuminating the immaculate luscious green grounds and pouring in beautifully through the windows of the Orangery craving out delicate opulent shadows. 

Multi-coloured Wedding Flowers at Clevedon Hall, Bristol


I made my way through the grounds to the luxurious outdoor ceremony space. A sculptural outdoor pergola was the perfect spot to set up my alternative art lead florals for Natalia and Rob’s outdoor ceremony.  We decided on an alternative to a floral arch, instead creating bespoke floral urns/ pedestal designs to frame the couple with their elegant spring pastel flower arrangements. The plinths looked exquisite lilac delphiniums softening the stone floor, shapely holographic anthurium stretching up towards the taller arrangements as pastel pink orchids tumbled down to meet them. 

Multi-coloured Wedding Flowers at Clevedon Hall, Bristol


For Natalia’s bridal bouquet, I created a natural, relaxed hand tie, full of texture and colour. Because of the multi- coloured floral colour palette, I made the bouquet modern, using a structural shape with tall, curving flowers and fluffy inners. The mixture of wispy scabiosa and statement peach roses mixed in with delicately flowing purple orchids created the most wonderful romantic yet full-of-personality bouquet just right for Natalia’s radiant personality. 


For their bridesmaids Natalia and Rob chose one of my favourite wedding flower trends, ‘single flower’ bouquets. Each bridesmaid looked fantastic holding individual bouquets using the flowers that made up Natalia’s mixed bouquet the perfect accompaniment to the beautiful bride and looked super effective. 


For Rob’s vibrant multi-hued buttonhole, I used bunches of small flowers from the bridal bouquet, with berries or dried elements for added texture. With orange, lilac, and pink hues the vibrant buttonholes matched the bridal parties eclectic wedding florals expertly. 


As the ceremony took place, I retreated to the cool air inside the venue’s magnificent orangery. For Natalia and Rob’s table flowers, I made a mix of vases, bud vases, and ikebana dishes to add interesting and fun florals to the table, so everyone had something beautiful to look at. The couple hired gold candle sticks from me which matched their own vases they had provided. The quirky statue-like vases were white porcelain heads with gold eye masks or headbands, some blowing bubble gum. I love all things unexpected and personal, and these were just brilliant. Adding beautiful blooms to them in pops of pink, peach, blue and lilac really elevated the traditional orangery space filling it with cascading colourful florals. A pastel feast for the eye as you glanced around the light-filled space. 

Thank you so much to Natalia and Rob for allowing me to add multi-coloured wedding flowers to their wedding day. If you want unique, creative, and unapologetic Femme Petale flowers for your wedding day, get in touch for 2024/2025 availability and to chat about how I can create your perfect style-led florals for your big day.