Kirsty and Ross had the perfect mix of country classic and laid back festival vibes at their Kent wedding. With a marquee reception at Nettlestead Place featuring ‘wedfest’ table plan and table names to pay homage to their serendipitous meeting at Isle of Wight Festival in 2010 where their love story began. And, bringing the sophistication is groom Ross in a white dinner jacket and bride Kirsty in gorgeous bridal separates.
Our couple today wanted a relaxed, fun, informal day and this is the perfect example of how a venue can really compliment the feeling you want to create on the day. Justina and Simon chose one of our gorgeous List member venues as the backdrop for their wedding, and an Elmley Nature Reserve wedding is always a spectacular wedding. They used local suppliers for food and the bar, as well as creating their own mini sports day. Seeing Justina beaming from ear to ear in the middle of the sack race is going to make your day!
This lovely couple got married in rural Kent with the reception held at the Grooms Aunt’s stunning grade II listed country house. A true English country wedding.
We see more and more the use of a family members home as their venue and it really is so special and incredibly personal. I really love the use of floral wreaths in the interior decor of the sailcloth tent they used as their reception venue within the stunning grounds of the house. The florals were provided by The List members Florist in the Forest.