Rosie & George’s black tie Babington House wedding will not only give you a glimpse into one of Soho House’s exclusive venues but also leave you feeling inspired by this fashion-forward couple. With a chic and timeless black tie dress code, Rosie accessorised with sheer bridal gloves and a stunning overskirt over the satin Aleena Lena wedding dress. Perfection! The styling of the whole day was minimalist and elegant with a black and white monochrome theme. This wedding is just so Pinterest-worthy, get ready to pin away! Recommended Supplier, Moon and Back Photogaphy and Film, recorded this beautiful day.
Black tie Babington House wedding with chic wedding fashion
I always like to start my couple portraits by bringing my couple into their wedding breakfast room so they can see their vision before guests arrive. My reason for starting the session here is that as we leave the venue we can start to seat guests and my couple never miss out on time with their guests during the drinks reception. I then took Rosie & George around the grounds, chasing the soft summer lighting and capturing those natural moments as well as offering direction when needed.
Black Tie Babington House Wedding
The backdrop of Rosie & George’s wedding was Babington House, a Grade II-listed manor built in 1705. Surrounded by 18 acres of English countryside in the heart of Somerset, the venue is beautiful. With exclusive use of the house and the grounds, the relaxed vibe Rosie & George wanted was easily achieved. Rosie’s bridal look took everyone's breath away when she appeared from Babington House wearing an Aleena Lena Monstera Gown with an addition of an overskirt, veil and iconic gloves. Rosie held a bouquet of long-stemmed white roses to add to the elegant vibe. The styling of the whole day was a black and white modern minimalist theme and it just screams editorial.
The party never ends! Booking a venue with no curfew is a must for those who love to dance!
From the moment they entered the room, the band started playing and let's just say the party started, breaking free from tradition the couple jumped up on a podium and along with everyone in the room started singing and dancing to each song. The room was electric and if you want to bring some energy to your day, ditch the singing waiters and definitely invest in a band whose energy and vibe match yours and your guests.
With no curfew at Rosie & George’s Babington House wedding, there was only one thing to do. PARTY! If you want to end your night on a high, then you should take a look at our best last dance songs. The bridal party at this black tie wedding did it best in green satin bridesmaid dresses. They’re just effortless and timeless. Here are our favourite green bridesmaid dresses!