We were delighted to host Graham and Theresa’s beautiful wedding ceremony on a very hot day in July.
As for many couples who were planning on getting married in 2020, Graham and Theresa faced many hurdles but, we were so pleased that with flexibility and adjustments (some very last minute!) they were able to final say “I do” surrounded by close family and friends with the most beautiful of ceremonies.
Theresa loves flowers and wanted our Ceremony Room to be filled with an abundance of blooms so it looked like being in a garden. We were happy to help! With all flowers and foliage cut from out gardens we were able to create displays bursting with fresh greens, blues and whites. The large heads of hydrangea “Annabelle” together with blue agapanthus, verbena and phlox provided a summer garden feel and were complimented by Theresa’s garden gathered bouquet.
The wedding guest list may have been smaller than originally hoped for but, Theresa still wore the most beautiful wedding gown and looked stunning. Graham chose to wear a traditional morning suit proving that small ceremonies can still be filled with tradition and wedding style.
Graham and Theresa chose our small wedding ceremony option and whilst a normal drinks reception was not possible due to restrictions, they were able to enjoy our gardens and grounds after their ceremony. There were speeches outside (socially distanced!) and lots of gorgeous images were captured by Lucy from Lucy Lloyd Photography .
Whilst the main celebrations may be hold for awhile we were so pleased that Graham and Theresa could continue with their wedding ceremony as planned. We wish them all the very best for their future life together.