Cornwell Manor is a feast for the eyes! As a photographer it’s always great to shoot at a new venue, those fresh eyes you have and the excitement to go from one room to the next. The opportunities it holds, exploring the grounds for the perfect setting for bridal portraits. Cornwall Manor did not disappoint!
Natalia wore gown from Ingrid Bridal, the tulle was stunning and the veil completed her bridal look.
With my mum living in the next village I know Kingham well so it was a treat to photograph Natalia & Tom’s ceremony in the church there. The floral arch by Green & Gorgeous created the perfect entrance.
Green & Gorgeous are floral masterminds and they created full floral displays in the church. The foxgloves and cascading greenery gave a real country feel. See more of their work here at a wedding I photographed last year at Newington House.
This has to be one of the prettiest captures of the wedding car driving from the church to the reception venue. With winding country lanes and lush greens there was no mistaking the Cotswolds.
The main entrance to Cornwell Manor provided the perfect backdrop for capturing the family portraits. How pretty are the bridesmaid dresses too?
The beautiful grounds and landscaped gardens allowed guests to mingle during the drinks reception. There is the most amazing view across the valley which you’ll see further down.
We took full advantage of the various backdrops for the bridal couple portraits. Natalia and Tom are the sweetest couple, and embraced some time together. They didn’t feel too out of touch from their guests though as they were able to hear them and occasionally catch a glimpse of the fun.
With Tom’s family in the palette business it was only right that they had such a personal touch! How good is this table plan? The industrial look is softened with cascading greenery, in addition the church flowers had been cleverly transported and used again.
The LPM Bohemia marquee was really quite something. Look carefully at the interior of the marquee sides! I love the greenery chandelier too, creating a real feature for the marquee.
One of Natalias super talented bridesmaids created this cake masterpiece below. Here are the marquee sides from a closer view too!
The view…. Cornwell Manor wedding photographer dreams!
With 4 long rows of tables, it was a hugely sociable wedding with the bride and groom in the middle on the centre row.
A dance floor and stage for the band were at the far end of the marquee.
This whole day was superbly coordinated by Amy from Raspberry Rhubarb. Thank you also to Charlotte at Cornwell Manor for being so welcoming. I hope to be back soon.
I’m delighted that Rock My Wedding have featured Natalie & Tom’s Cornwell Manor wedding.
Are you wanting to host a Cotswold marquee wedding? You should definitely visit Cornwell Manor! For more inspiration, head over to this Newington House sperry tent wedding.