A garden marquee wedding for me is the ultimate backdrop to a wedding day. There is something so personal about having the blank canvas to really put your own stamp on things. Georgie & Rob chose to host their big day at the brides family home – and how utterly perfect it was.
The bride wore a timeless Badgley Mischka dress which had a modern, oversized bow detail on the back. Everyone loves a bow as much as me, right?
Manolo Blahnik shoes brought something blue!
Florist Claire Vickers created a beautiful floral arch at the church entrance.
Just next to the church, was this amazing dovecote set amongst wild grass. It really was the most stunning setting for Georgie & Robs bridal portraits.
Garden marquee wedding
Rob & Georgie had a large, clear marquee with a clean, classic tablescape look. Someone does need to run the show for a marquee wedding. Fortunately, Stones Events did just that, providing not only the amazing catering, but also co-ordination on the day. I have had the pleasure of working with Stones Events at several weddings now and they have a huge amount of experience within the wedding and events world. It never fails to amaze me what level of food can be produced in a marquee.
The generous sized garden provided ample space for the guests, enabling them to enjoy an outdoor drinks reception, along with acoustic music in the background.
British Summer at it’s best – guests wearing sunglasses inside the marquee as it was still so sunny. Bliss!
The top end of the marquee was blacked out, giving the evening a transformation for the party and signature cocktails were in full flow.
This home garden marquee wedding has been featured in You & Your Wedding magazine.
Wedding Style magazine have featured this gorgeous wedding. Fantastic to see two double page spreads showing their big day.
Are you considering a garden marquee wedding? Why not look at this Edison light bulb and hanging hops decor for inspiration!