Entering through the floral moon gate arch and following the festoon lit path, guests were met with a marquee decorated with bright hanging flower installations and rustic wooden wedding signs. Choosing to have the wedding at the bride’s family home meant months of preparation and watering the garden to get it looking as lovely as it did on the day! Formal and heavily curated was not this couple’s style, so choosing a much more low key celebration and mixing up traditions suited them much better, allowing everyone to relax and thoroughly enjoy themselves. Complementing the wildflower theme, were the blue bridal party who wore blue Rewritten bridesmaid dresses – who we love and are one of our handpicked suppliers – and of course the bride who opted for a lace sleeved dress from Mademoiselle de Guise. Perfection!
Many of our couples are in the midst of postponing their weddings due to the COVID-19 outbreak. But if you’re planning to rearrange your wedding for a winter celebration, you’ve come to the right place, as we share some incredibly elegant winter wedding inspiration at Dorfold Hall. Think cool blues, lush greens, and subtle hints of peach. Plus, a tall cake, momentous flowers, and incredible fashion.
Keeping things classic this morning for a beautiful wedding at Brympton House, Somerset, a stunning country house with blue bridesmaid dresses and white flowers. With a lot of US guests, it was important to our couple to find a venue that was a typical English wedding venue, and with beautiful grounds and stunning interiors, Brympton House is the epitome of English country grandeur! DIY invites and stationery and personalised touches, this couple definitely put their own stamp on a classic day!