This Tatton Park wedding inspiration reminds us how much we love glasshouse wedding venues. The light flooding through the windows and the botanical plants give you and your guests the opportunity to believe you're in a tropical paradise. Whilst the elegant black tie-attire with a tuxedo, beaded wedding dress and bow accessories by Recommended suppliers, Eliza Jane Howell and Rebecca Anne Designs screams red carpets, and Hollywood glamour. Now, that's a theme we can get on board with! There's also a grazing table and epic wedding cake, that almost look too good to eat. Almost!
Elegant black-tie Tatton Park wedding inspiration
Black tie elegance meets tropical paradise. A glamourous, inspirational wedding, set within the grounds of the Tatton Park Fernery.
Tatton Park Wedding
This aesthetically pleasing Tatton Park wedding venue is quietly nestled in the most unique and largely undiscovered grounds of the park. It offers a mix of exotic palm trees, oversized plants from New Zealand and a sultry climate which instantly warms your heart. The backdrop includes rich green tones and grand features such as the high glass roof known as The Crystal Palace. The iconic building, which was built in 1851 by Joseph Pactron, is one of the largest surviving ferneries in the country. It guarantees to leave a lasting impression on anyone who is lucky enough to visit it.
The whole look included tropical stationery, which complimented the entire Tatton Park wedding venue with a personalised venue illustration of the Fernery, minimalist structure, and foiled details. The exquisite bouquet and buttonhole created, captured the tropical feel of the venue, using lots of white florals and contrasting with the black-tie suit. The sumptuous grazing board and table complemented each other with lots of fresh appetisers and monochrome glassware. The amazing cake stood proudly and worked wonders in the orangery room. Not forgetting the black velvet banner, adding a modern twist to the day.
Our favourite type of wedding cake is one that makes a statement!
Keeping with the theme of elegance, glamour, and a feeling of whimsical charm we kept the colour scheme simple with black, white and gold dominating the styling and details. We used lots of elegant yet fun bridal designs including the embellished Bianca dress by Eliza Jane Howell and the timeless halterneck by Martina Liana. HMU was natural with dramatic eye makeup for the evening and a subtle ponytail adorned with an embroidered personalised bow created by Rebecca Anne Designs. Gold jewellery and a subtly painted jacket were added to both looks for a modern twist.