You know we love an Euridge Manor wedding. This glorious day complete with a champagne tower is just giving us all those Bridgerton vibes! It may scream ‘editorial shoot’, but it is in fact the real wedding of Anneka and Scott. Wanting a magical and memorable day for both themselves and their families, they certainly transported everyone into a fairytale and beyond. From the 27 degree heat, to the romantic blooms, to the luxurious detailing throughout. This beautiful couple said their I-do’s in front of sparkling blue water, whilst being perfectly captured by Recommended Supplier, Jo Bradbury Photography.
Champagne tower for fairytale Euridge Manor wedding
Our wedding stylist, L27, was essential in helping us find the right suppliers to create the look that we wanted. Euridge Manor recommended V&K for our wedding breakfast, and they were perfect. We had lots of special dietary requirements and nothing was ever too much trouble.
Having not been able to travel since before the pandemic, we ideally wanted a destination wedding - the South of France or Italy would have been ideal. By chance, we stumbled across the Lost Orangery at Euridge Manor, a venue the bride had heard of before, and automatically felt transported. We wanted our guests to feel like they finally got away from the stresses of the pandemic. So, we pictured a long table outdoor fine-dining, romantic blooms and luxury details for a stunningly unforgettable day. We wanted a neutral summery feel that would be chic and timeless, but modern at the same time.
We wanted to ensure that our day, although small, was magical and memorable for us and for our families. We wanted an escape. And although we can't take any credit for the weather, it certainly helped to create a vibe that transported our guests into a whole new mood, and one far distant from the isolation of the past year and a half of Covid restrictions. Scott proposed to me at the same spot we said our vows, so it felt incredibly intimate to us. We exchanged our vows in perfect silence backed only by the gentle tweeting of birdsong.
We need proof the couples portraits are photographs and not paintings…
Don't be afraid to be specific about what you want, whether it's certain blooms, a colour palette, certain photos, or a cake redesign. Everyone working with you just wants you to have the most perfect day, so be vocal about what you really want because they can make these things happen.