Inspiration

Our hearts are bursting with joy from this colourful two day wedding at Harlaxton Manor! Combining a mix of Indian and Polish culture, Anuja & Aleksander were married in a Hindu ceremony, within an English setting. Their day consisted of afternoon tea, floral bouquets filled with whites, light blues and pinks, all complete in the ornate setting of Harlaxton Manor. Their post-wedding photos amongst the manicured gardens whilst the sun sets are fairytale-worthy! We also love the idea of mixing vodka with some Indian dancing… sign us up for the next party please.

Inspiration & Styling

We wanted our guests to feel pampered and relaxed, with afternoon tea in the ornate gold room, and champagne while roaming around the manicured gardens in the sun. We wanted the evening to be a fun fusion with a live soul band and DJ playing Indian songs. Our inspiration for styling came from our love of countryside manor houses.

Anuja & Aleksander

Harlaxton Manor

Harlaxton Manor provides the perfect romantic setting for your day. Its perfectly manicured gardens mixed with its regal yet fairytale exterior is all you need for your big day! If you’re looking for quintessentially English, picturesque countryside, and plenty of photo opportunities, then this is most certainly a place to try. We also love the combination of Anuja & Aleksander’s colourful cultures amongst the romantic backdrop of Harlaxton Manor. 

Your Favourite Moment Of The Day

This is a very difficult question to answer. We think our favourite moment of the day would be in Harlaxton Manor, when the sun was setting and everything around turned a golden colour. Our guests were outside with us to watch the sunset as it had been a warm summer's day, and we felt so happy to be celebrating our wedding with all our loved ones.

Anuja & Aleksander

Your wedding day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your culture, who you are and where you are from! Check out this stunning Hindu Ceremony at The Lost Orangery, with the most stylish couple you have ever seen. Or, this colourful Caribbean & Indian fusion wedding, which went from 200 people, to 30, to 15! Remember, love always wins… 

VideographerCouture Wedding Films | Bridal Gown: Hindu Ceremony - Sabya Sachi | Bridal Gown: Catholic Ceremony - Pronovias | Bridal Boutique: Serendipity Brides | Bridesmaid Dresses: Debenhams | Grooms Suit: Hindu Ceremony - Benzer | Grooms Suit: Catholic Ceremony - Peter Posh | Fashion Accessories: Hindu Ceremony - Magic Mirror | Fashion Accessories: Catholic Ceremony - Ivory and Co. | Shoes: Freya Rose | DrinkSlurp | Wedding CakeSpin Spin Sugar | FloristOnce Upon A Time Floral Design | Hair Stylist: Hindu Ceremony - Helen Sutcliffe | Hair Stylist: Catholic Ceremony - Victoria Farr | Makeup Artist: Hindu Ceremony - Makeup By Jenni | Makeup Artist: Catholic Ceremony - Victoria Farr | EntertainmentStirling Austin Swing & Soul Band | DJ: Divine Sounds DJ | Planner: Ellen Welsh | Decor & HireMidlands MandapsBennington Blooms

Written by Ella Turner

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