This Bredenbury Court Barns wedding is about to make all your Bridgerton and Bollywood dreams come true! Raveen & John joined two cultures together in this beautifully curated wedding day. As a self-confessed control freak, bride Raveen threw herself into the planning. She was all about utilising her glue gun and wax sticks (a girl after our own heart!) Wanting to choose suppliers who were local to the venue and support small businesses, Raveen made her way to the Rock My Wedding website. Here she found the incredible Recommended Supplier, Carrie Lavers Photography. They opted for a neutral-toned colour scheme, with weeping blossom trees and floating candles as their centrepieces. Get those Pinning fingers ready. You’ll need them!
Bredenbury Court Barns wedding
We wanted everyone to relax and enjoy themselves - as it was two cultures joining together; it was a different and unique experience for everyone.
Bredenbury Court Barns
Raveen & John wanted to support businesses local to their venue and this is always a great idea! Finding suppliers who have worked within the venue before, or know the surrounding area means you’ll get all the knowledge and expertise you need. They incorporated pampas grass into their floral decor, giving a chic and modern vibe. As the surrounding area consisted of rolling hills and countryside, they wanted to bring the outside in. This was achieved beautifully through their weeping blossom tree centrepieces.
DIY & CALLIGRAPHY
Raveen and her friend took part in a calligraphy course during lockdown and it really came in handy! As her friend is a designer, she created their menu place cards and Raveen hand-wrote everyone's name in calligraphy (125 names to be exact - phew!) She finished everything off with her trusty custom wax seal. Living in Manchester, they wanted to incorporate the Manchester worker bee somewhere and thought it was a subtle nod. Oh, and Raveen’s wedding mehndi took 8 hours! Isn’t it incredible?!
We love Raveen & John’s map seating plan!
Once you have got your venue and date sorted, book all of your suppliers early - otherwise you may be disappointed when they're not available. Make sure you leave a contingency budget for all of the small details that you find you need as your day gets closer. Most of all, when the day comes, soak it all in and enjoy it! It's your day and all of the stress and planning will be worth it!