Sharon & Jamie’s Syon Park wedding was all about elegance, sophistication, and tradition. The couple chose a black tie dress code with the bridesmaids wearing champagne satin bridesmaid dresses and they all look so beautiful! Complementing the glass house wedding venue were amazing wedding flower columns in natural tones to emphasise the timelessness of this day. Capturing this day is Recommended Supplier, The Chamberlins Wedding Photography. The couple also chose Recommended Supplier, Prezola, for their gift list.
Syon Park wedding with Nigerian money dance and epic champagne pop photo
My favourite moment of the day was seeing each other at the ceremony and seeing our vision come to life exactly how we planned. Our other favourite moment was when we stood with the wedding party at the front of the venue spraying champagne! It was funny and joyous!
Syon Park Wedding
What made Sharon & Jamie’s wedding day unique was the glass house wedding venue, Syon Park. The venue let in a lot of natural light looking out to views of the garden, and, because Sharon & Jamie had an evening wedding, golden hour was a beautiful moment with guests drinking and mingling in the front garden. Sharon wanted neutrals and very simple styling for everything. It was important to the couple that they could look back on their day in years to come and for their wedding to still be timeless and elegant.
Nigerian Money Dance
The couple had their official Nigerian wedding the weekend before this day, but they still included Nigerian traditions in their day to make it authentically them. This included a Nigerian money dance, which is where the male guests pay to dance with the bride or female guests pay to dance with the groom. The money may be used on the couple’s honeymoon or home. Decorating the venue, were stunning neutral wedding flower columns with green hanging amaranthus. At their ceremony, the couple had Ecclesiastes 4:9-11 as a wedding reading.
Flower columns are our favourite way to decorate the wedding altar!
When Sharon & Jamie enquired, we were beyond thrilled and not just because of their venue, the idyllic Syon Park, but because we knew that based on what they’d shared, both them, their family, and friends would be a total joy to capture.
Loving this Syon Park wedding? Then you need to check out some more traditional wedding inspiration. Black tie dress codes, formal three-course meals, elegant flowers and decor, luxe country houses…just perfection! The guests that attended this wedding couldn’t stop talking about the amazing food. Here’s your guide to a wedding breakfast!