Danielle & Adrian's church wedding and marquee reception at the Badminton Estate have blown us away! With Danielle being a wedding planner herself, you know it's going to be a good one. Recommended supplier, Etiquette Events, also was on hand to style the day! The couple had Recommended supplier, Patrick Partridge Photography, to capture the incredible moments. They also chose Recommended suppliers, Prezola, for their gift list and Tux Fizz for their wedding band.

Marquee wedding reception at the Badminton Estate

I wouldn’t say we have a favourite moment because we LOVED it all. We just enjoyed being around our family and friends, and the weekend was filled with that and so much love as well.
 If we had to choose a favourite moment it would be when we both got to have a moment by ourselves to take in the whole day and also have a few photos together.

Danielle & Adrian

Badminton Estate

The Badminton Estate is a real-life fairytale venue. Danielle & Adrian's wedding was the first time the estate had been used for a wedding! The couple chose to add glamping tents and DIY decor for relaxed festival vibes. Danielle & Adrian's families are English and Irish, so drinking and partying were the priorities for the couple with a bar that went down a treat. The band, Tux Fizz, also played a key part in getting the crowd involved and dancing all night long. Tux Fizz's music, from the church to the evening, was on point and everyone complimented the tunes. ALL of the couple's suppliers stole the show and were spot on!

Relaxed Vibes

To keep in with the relaxed festival vibes, everyone had to be in flip flops for the marquee reception at Badminton Estate! Danielle & Adrian would've had a beach wedding if they could so the relaxed beach bar/festival vibes were the main goal for them. 
They said that the glamping, drinks, weather, family and friends made it feel like you were living your best life at the best festival. For one of the readings, they chose the popular Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Danielle's dad made ALL of the signs for the day and engraved lots of wood and they looked amazing! The couple said that Pat the photographer was EPIC, and we agree! Those golden hour shots are everything.

Flip flops? Absolutely! Partying in comfort is a must-have for a festival-style wedding.

Do what YOU want to do. It really is all about you both. Your guests will love the day no matter what. But really think about yourselves, what you both love, not what Aunty Sally loves or your parents. Also, you can save your money on little things like table numbers and make them yourselves, or personalise a few drinks on your bar that you both love. Also, do a board with photos of the two of you from when you were young to now. It’s a great way for your guests to see a more personal side.

Danielle & Adrian

This is truly a picturesque fairytale wedding at the stunning Badminton Estate. But there's nothing we love more than a bit of DIY decor, like all the signs by Danielle's dad! Here is our DIY favourites roundup, which you might like for some DIY inspiration. For true party vibes, a wedding band is essential! Here's all the advice on choosing the right wedding band.

Leah Blundell

Written by Leah Blundell

Featured suppliers

Venue: Badminton Estate | Photographer: Patrick Partridge Photography | Videographer: Story Cabin Wedding Films | Florist: The Flowerhut Tetbury, Popplecot Flowers | Food: Hey Pesto Catering, Box Kitchen Pizza, Fancy Fries | Grazing Table: The Edge | Drinks: The Bar Bros | Cake Maker: Cake Box | Hair Stylist: CJ Harbison | Makeup Artist: Lacey Wiltshire | Wedding Dress: Aire Barcelona | Bridal Boutique: The White Collection | Shoes: Wedding Converse | Planner: Holly and Rebecca Weddings, Rae Weddings and Events | Stylist, Decor & Hire: Etiquette Events | Marquee: The Country Marquee Co | Transport: Milbury Morris Minors | Honeymoon Provider: Atmosphere Kanifushi | Band: Tux Fizz

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