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arbour
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Married
Married
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Florals
Florals
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Installation
Installation
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Reception
Reception
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
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Adorable
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
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decor
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
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style
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Arrangement
Arrangement
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
Bouquet
Bouquet
Outdoor Blush Flower Filled Wedding at Pennyhill Park, Surrey Planned by Something Blue Weddings | Sassi Holford Bridal Gown | Anushe Low Photography | Reel Weddings Film
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Ne-et & Rob

Bride and groom Ne-et & Rob share a love the English countryside, so their wedding planner Emma from Something Blue found the perfect venue for them in the beautiful Pennyhill Park. Not only is it a magical 19th century mansion house surrounded by beautiful parkland, but it also includes the most picturesque pavilion which was the stunning backdrop for their outside ceremony.

Florist Liz from Blue Sky Flowers draped the archway of the pavilion in an abundance of pink and peach roses, white hydrangeas, and greenery and echoed the beautiful blooms in the reception with floral chandeliers, installations and epic arrangements. Gold edged glass plates, Charbonnel et Walker favours and gold foil menus by Emily & Jo stationery completed the elegant look, and together it is nothing short of spectacular.

Beautiful bride Ne-et wore a princess-style wedding dress by Sassi Holford purchased from Leoni Clare in Brighton, and beige Rockstuds by Valentino, and groom Rob looked just as fierce in a tuxedo by Dolce & Gabbana.

All of the style and elegance was captured to perfection by Anushe Low Photography & Reel Weddings film, so much so you’ll want to view it again, and again.

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Jaymi & Erjon

There’s a truly super dose of romance and DIY on the blog today in the ‘UP’ inspired nuptials of Jaymi and Erjon who married at Northcote House surrounded by lots of super-sized colourful balloons.

Jaymi looks like a princess in her Mori Lee frock, all lace appliqués and tulle and beadwork and bows. I love the fact that she decided to invest precious time and energy into making her own origami bouquet as well as in her bridesmaids’ posies and the buttonholes – you need to take a look at how wonderful they look!

And lastly how serendipitous for Jaymi and Erjon to meet Beyond Vintage two weeks before their wedding – it was definitely meant to be wasn’t it. Find out more this way…

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Marisa & Edward

Marisa’s family live in Zambia and Edward’s family live in the Caribbean and Germany, so a stunning rustic barn reception at Gate Street Barn in Surrey was the perfect central place for their wedding blessing.

They incorporated both their cultures and traditions using a mesmerising bright blue & teal African print to make the flower girl dresses and a Zambian ‘Chitenge’ fabric to make the bunting adorning the barn. The homage to the cultures continued in Marisa’s bouquet with native proteas and succulents, which I have to say is simply stunning!

The images captured by Anushé Low of Marisa & Edward’s first dance are fabulous. I love how Marisa’s Claire Pettibone dress moves as she and Edward do their Salsa first dance, very fitting as they met doing Salsa dance lessons and what a way to get the party started!

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