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Prosecco Wall At Hampshire Garden Wedding With Pink Peony Bouquet

BUDGET £27.5-30K

Where to begin with this summer marquee wedding, with the Prosecco wall? The lasered place names? Acrylic wedding signs? The flower arch they said their vows under? Oh there is just so much gorgeousness! The outdoor garden ceremony, where the couple’s adorable girls walked down the aisle before their mother, was followed by a stunning marquee reception in the garden of a friend’s beautiful home. The floor-less marquee was decorated in stunning white cherry blossom trees from Twilight Trees (one of our handpicked suppliers, they’re amazing!) and cool neon signs – the flow of the garden into the marquee was so smooth, making it feel like you were sat amongst the flowers and foliage of the outside. A cake cart stood in the corner of the impressive reception with an array of yummy treats including a show stopper pressed flower wedding cake and with a pizzeria truck on hand for when the guests got peckish in the evening, everything about this wedding was delicious!!


“All the details that were specific to us- bespoke beer can with own design on it, photographic coasters with us in them from various stages in our relationship, a bespoke Gin Corner stocked with all of our guests favorites and even a giant Guess Who game featuring our guests! We love pizza and beer so that’s exactly what we went for, kept it simple and fun. We love the outdoors and we knew we had to marry outside and with the luck of the Irish we had one of the few absolutely glorious days in June as our special day! Our florist used all greenery found in the grounds too. “ – Helen & Ian

Prosecco Wall

The Prosecco wall was just the tip of the iceberg for amazing drinks at this wedding. The guests were treated to personalised cans of beer that had been designed by the couple themselves and featured the blossom trees that were so heavily present throughout the day! And over in a small corner of the marquee guests could enjoy art-deco style seating, gold decor and of course the sip away on their favourite gins! So there was definitely a drink for everyone and any taste!


“Relaxed garden party with everything taken care of and that nobody wanted to leave!
The aim was for everything to feel like it was already there, overgrown even with a touch of art deco thrown in for a bit of glam. I opted for no flooring (a first apparently) as I really wanted it to look like the Grande Blossom tree had always been there and we’d worked around it. The feeling of everything being less contrived was important in creating a relaxed atmosphere, even though it had all been thought about to within an inch of its life!”
– Helen & Ian

We have to say, the blossom trees really stole the show for this marquee wedding, they look so beautiful! Helen (our bride) loved them so much she even went to work with Twilight Trees afterwards, a true love affair! And as one of our handpicked suppliers we know it isn’t just this wedding they have been stealing the spotlight at. Sonia and Amr’s multicultural wedding at Hengrave Hall and Nicole & James’ romantic wedding at Aynhoe Park both look pretty stunning too!

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Photography by Anne Schwarz Photography
Author: Imogen Read
Espresso Martini Lover & Shopping Addict. Otherwise known as ‘Mummy’ to one little human.

2 thoughts on “Prosecco Wall At Hampshire Garden Wedding With Pink Peony Bouquet

  1. Hmmm…bespoke beer cans? Imitation is the best form of flattery. Would love to show you their inspiration.

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