Fiona and Josh’s glorious big day at Euridge Manor is proof you should always chat through ideas with your venue on how to have your day your way. The happy couple were the first to marry under the archway of the castle in a beautifully relaxed and informal outdoor ceremony. There were sparklers, fire pits, canine ring bearers, garden games and lots of homemade signage. Let’s take a peek and brighten up our Mondays!
Holly and Jack met at Wake Forest University in the USA 5 years ago and wanted their wedding to be a huge celebration, colliding their two worlds. Euridge Manor set amongst the roaring hills was the most beautiful venue for their blend of American bravado and English tradition, with American guests getting dress inspiration from Peaky Blinders. The images by Joab Smith capture light and love in equal measures making this sunset wedding off the chart adorable.
Hold on to your hats: this luxe Lost Orangery wedding is otherworldly. The lakeside ceremony, soft pastel colour scheme, wishing tree and breathtaking blooms add a distinctly ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ vibe to proceedings – further enhanced by the fact that guests used the olive chair hoops as hair garlands, which glowed in the evening sun! The pretty pale green bridesmaid dresses perfectly mirror the soft pink drapery in the dining room, which must have also had such a dreamy scent from the orange and bergamot candles given to guests as favours. With the unforgettable Italian-inspired styling by RMW recommended Hollie Freeland – plus unlimited ice cream enjoyed on the lawn after dinner – this is quite some way to start your happily ever after.
The Lost Orangery is such a magical wedding venue. Every single time I see the incredible crumbling castle walls, lake complete with row boat, and beautiful reception room, it makes me swoon. Bride Ellie clearly felt the same, having fallen for the house before she even realised it was a wedding venue!
The wonderful Oli from McGivern Photography was on hand to capture all the fun, including Ellie and Danny’s turn on the water to light their fire pit (which was in the middle of the lake)! We have a lovely video too from Mills Films, who Ellie and Danny found in our recommended supplier directory, The List.
Naomi Neoh is a designer we love here at Rock My Wedding. Her beautiful dresses are so fluid, romantic and feminine, and she always uses the most incredible fabrics. This collection, The Enchanted April collection, is my favourite yet. The gowns are so elegant, but with a modern cut and simplicity that really shines through and it’s such a pleasure to bring you the exclusive on this.
Not only are the dresses utterly stunning, but this has to be the prettiest shoot for a designer collection I’ve ever seen. Naomi’s team have created utter beauty and I have a feeling you’re going to be as inspired by the images shot at The Lost Orangery as you are by the dresses. But with Adam & Grace Photographers and Sophia Veres behind the lens, the result was always going to be perfection.
Let us know which gowns you’re loving, and to find out where you can find the collection, all of the trunk show and stockist details are in the post…
Where do I begin with Polly and Rob’s gorgeous wedding?! The Lost Orangery is fast becoming one of my favourite wedding venues. It’s a little slice of Venetian heaven tucked away in the Wiltshire countryside and it can be hired exclusively for a whole weekend. If you’d like to see more, we also featured this stunning styled shoot from The Lost Orangery. Once you’ve seen the outdoor chandelier you’ll all be sold 😉
Not only is the venue picture perfect, but so are Polly and Rob! They just make such a handsome couple and both look deliriously happy and in love. Enjoy this joy-filled affair, it’s a total swoon worthy occasion.