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Satin Bridesmaid Dresses for Botanical Wedding in a Great Conservatory in Essex with Bride in Lace Emmy Mae Wedding Dress at Syon Park by Julia & You Pin Image

Satin Bridesmaid Dresses for a Botanical Wedding at Syon Park in West London

BUDGET £40-50K

A botanical filled wedding featuring taupe satin bridesmaid dresses and contemporary marble details. The Great Conservatory at Syon Park provides an abundance of natural light and is adorned with palm trees and exotic flowers, bringing the outdoors in for today’s gorgeous couple! With sentimental and personal handmade touches throughout, guests who couldn’t be there were most definitely a big part of the day still. All beautifully captured by our recommended supplier Julia & You Photography!

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Glasshouse Wedding Venues {The RMW Edit}

Glass house wedding venues are everywhere at the moment – they really are the place to be getting married. It’s no surprise really, an integral part of country houses and estates for years as somewhere to house exotic plants and entertain guests. With glorious light due to all that glass, but protection from the notorious British weather, they make the ideal place for a wedding ceremony or reception.

But where to find these hidden gems? We’ve scoured the UK to find the very best wedding venues with glass houses and orangeries for you. Also making our list, those high-end nurseries that also offer an airy plant filled space, but with more rustic vibes…

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Orangery Wedding Inspiration

We’ve all gone totally bonkers for glasshouse, orangery or clear marquee venues at Rock My HQ, it’s not hard to see why when they literally light up your wedding and illuminate every inch of the decor and details.

The lovely Holland Park, Kensington, London was the perfect backdrop for such elegant proceedings. From the immense hanging floral installation by Blue Sky Flowers, to the elegant tablescape, complete with ghost chairs and romantic candle light.

Every elements was planned and styled beautifully by Katie Stocks of The Events Designers, and working her magic behind the lens was Eva Tarnok Photography.

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Emma & Jake

If you caught Emma & Jake’s Barbican engagement shoot by Fern Edwards Photography, you’ll know we’ve been pretty excited to see their actual wedding day.

Set in the gorgeous Horniman Conservatory with eucalyptus, ferns and all manor of gorgeous foliage framing the aisle and altar, not to mention making up the majority of the bouquets, along with some protea stems for an added pop of colour.

Bride Emma wore a simple, but incredibly chic Charlie Brear gown, and her bridesmaids looked fierce in white and nude asymmetrical AQ/AQ dresses.

The whole wedding is a botanical dream, and will have you swooning from start to finish.

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