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.
Come with us and escape to the gorgeous Oxforshire countryside for a late Spring wedding at Soho Farmhouse, because believe us you won’t regret it.
After travelling a short distance by horse and carriage, the bridal party arrive for a delightful barn ceremony with hay bales seats and cosy hanging light installations, It is then swiftly followed by a stunning PapaKata Sperry tent reception, all adorned with the lush greenery foliage and white florals.
Bride Anne looks heavenly in a Mira Zwillinger gown with delicate embroidery that glimmers beautifully in the light, and the pale mint shade of her bridesmaids Ghost gowns couldn’t be more perfect for the theme.
Marianne Taylor Photography really has captured the essence of this gorgeous day. So make yourself comfortable and enjoy.