Stephanie & Alex married at the luxury Nonsuch Mansion wedding venue in Cheam with an elegant neutral champagne colour palette to complement the splendour of their wedding venue. The bridal party wore gorgeous champagne gold bridesmaid dresses from Recommended Supplier, Six Stories, and held stunning dried white flower bouquets. A perfect combination for a winter wedding! Despite the glitz and glamour, the couple ensured all their guests were having fun and enjoying the day with plenty of quizzes, games of mini-golf, and a pizza van for the evening! Yum! The wedding games really made the day feel so much more personal and relaxed, which were key priorities for Stephanie & Alex. The wedding was captured by Recommended Supplier, Tom Wyatt Co., and second shooter, Kirsty Great.

Champagne colour palette for Nonsuch Mansion winter wedding

Try to minimise the total planning time. It sounds crazy but it reduces the period of having to think about things and you make decisions quickly. After a two-year engagement, we planned our wedding in three months.

Stephanie & Alex

Champagne Colour Palette For Nonsuch Mansion Wedding

Stephanie & Alex married at the grand Nonsuch Mansion in Cheam. Despite the stately and luxurious setting, the couple were all about having a fun and relaxed day. They ditched formalities so they and their guests could have a good ol’ time. There was mini golf, several rounds of quizzes, a live band, and a pizza van! How could you not have a good time with all that entertainment? Of course, Stephanie & Alex’s wedding day and styling reflected the luxe wedding venue with a champagne colour palette (and plenty of champagne to drink too). The bridesmaid literally shone in their champagne-tone bridesmaid dresses and the soft and whimsical touches of the white dried flowers were perfect for the winter season. Everything about this wedding was elegant. Stephanie’s wedding veil was actually the one her nan and her mum had married in. How special!

The couple had quizzes, speeches, mini golf and a pizza van for evening entertainment

The ceremony was our favourite part of the day. It was short but full of emotions.

Stephanie & Alex

Stephanie & Alex’s wedding at Nonsuch Mansion was subtle in its approach to the winter season. Most winter weddings take advantage of Christmas trees, fairy lights and soft warm lighting. Instead, this couple chose a neutral winter colour palette with metallics to add that subtle winter theme to their day. Planning your own winter wedding day? Take a look at our winter wedding ideas for more inspiration. One thing the guests attending this day can say, is that they certainly weren’t bored. Stephanie & Alex made sure to have plenty of entertainment throughout the day. Here are 101 wedding entertainment ideas that you probably haven’t thought of!

Leah Blundell

Written by Leah Blundell

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Venue: Nonsuch Mansion | Photography & Videography: Tom Wyatt Co | Second Shooter: Kirsty Great | Third Shooter: Alex Dimos | Honeymoon: Gara Rock | Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals | Shoes: Be Mine Footwear | Hair: The Tops Salon | Groom's Suit: Hugo Boss | Bridesmaid Dresses: Six Stories | Florist: Botanical Bunch | Cake: By Anna | Music & DJ: Cosmic DJ | Lighting: RG Jones | Band: Stone Jets | Mini Golf: Clubhouse Mini Golf | Pizza Van: The Pizza Post

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