The sun is shining and the love and emotion captured by Miss Gen at this outdoor Pynes House wedding is infectious. The gardens are in full bloom and the bride and groom are glowing with happiness. Wedding flowers are kept neutral to complement the venue, and the bride’s gown is a slinky minimalist number, and boy do they both bring the wow factor. We’d also very much like to be blessed with Sinead’s boho waves. Such a bridal beauty.
It’s always a treat to blog a wedding from Pynes House, it’s an incredible place with stunning grounds, set at the top of a valley surrounded by countryside. You really couldn’t ask for more from a wedding venue. This Pynes House wedding is extra special, because I was actually there and can confirm it was every bit as beautiful as it looks. The flowers were stunning, Jesse looked utterly gorgeous in her bespoke Suzanne Neville gown and the food from Pickle Shack was just top notch. But then with Katrina Otter at the helm of planning the wedding, I expected nothing less.
Look out for the dark green stationery from Bureau Design, so elegant and I think we’ll be seeing lots of this natural shade for stationery this year. The beautiful photographs come from Soph and John at John Barwood Photography – two lovely human beings who will blend into your wedding day like guests and take a fabulous set of images to boot.
Make sure you read all about Jesse and Ed’s separate trips to Rome…completely heartwarming, this pair are clearly meant to be!