Ben and Rose’s December wedding at Cliveden House was proof that micro weddings can be just as stunning and just as heartfelt as any larger wedding.  The backdrop for both the ceremony and the reception was the beautiful french dining room at Cliveden, with its ornate decor, gorgeous marble fireplace and amazing views over the Berkshire countryside.  The day was expertly captured by the lovely Harley and Susie at  We are very grateful to them for sharing these lovely photos.

Ben and Rose wanted their day to be filled with lovely garden roses in soft subtle shades of ivory, blush pink and cream.  It was a look which worked beautifully against the ornate decor in the room.  We chose to use as many scented varieties as possible to add some amazing scent both to the bridal bouquets and in the dining room.

Rose carried a simple but stylish bouquet of white garden o hara and princess miyuki roses.  Both lovely delicate garden roses with just a hint of colour.  We made a matching smaller bouquet for her sister and a buttonhole for Ben using a subtle blush rose.

Ben and Rose opted for a stunning rose heavy flower arch to add wow factor to the room and to act as a focal point for the ceremony.  With over 450 roses in 5 shades of ivory, blush, white pink and cream along with stunning spray roses and hydrangeas, the arch was packed!

Along with the arch we decorated the registrars table and mantelpiece with long rose and hydrangea garlands and then added large silver rose bowls to the guest dining tables.

Ben and Rose chose a simple but stylish buttercream cake from

We added a dome of roses to the top of the cake along with rose and spray rose clusters for the side tiers.

It was wonderful to be back at Cliveden again and to be working on such a lovely flower filled wedding.

Thank you Ben and Rose for allowing us to be part of your special day.