Woburn Sculpture Gallery
Woburn Scuplture Gallery was originally built by Henry Holland for the fifth Duke of Bedford in the late 1700s as an Orangery and was then used to show the Dukes collection of Sculptures.
The Gallery has its own terrace and gardens overlooking the Camellia House lake and is licenced for wedding cermemonies.
Delphinium, thistle, phlox and lizzianthus registrar's table at the temple end.
Gladioli, delphinium and astible tall vase near the Apollo end.
Lilly tall vase arrangements.
Long arrangements down the Henry Holland.
Delphinium and hydreangea tall vase arrangements.
Hydrangea, rose and freesia tall vase arrangements.
Pedestal including roses and gladioli at the temple end.
Gypsophillia, lizzianthus and rose tall candleabra.
Massed gypsophillia and large candle arrangements.
Rose decorated mandap at the temple end.