The Wedding of Sarah and Tom
What We Did:
The day started in the family home of the bride, a place she loves and has fond memories of, we drew inspiration from the garden roses in her own family home and the the stunning gardens and old world feel of Ripponlea Estate. Flowers en masse, cut crystal details, velvet furniture and watercolour stationery all topped off with a brassy band a champagne tower of vintage coupe glasses instead of a cake cutting. This wedding really was a beautiful affair
“IT WAS THE WEDDING NIGHT OF OUR DREAMS; WE HAD THE BEST TIME CELEBRATING WITH OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR EVERYTHING!”
A Ceremony in the Garden
The bridal parties arrival through the beautiful gardens of Ripponlea was in a old school vintage Bentley. This was a request by the bride and what an entrance they made. The groom waited in anticipation for her to step out of the car and what a moment when her saw her for the first time.
Taking inspiration from the properties rural setting the wedding of Claire and Jules was one to remember. The sailcloth marquee hosted 300 of their nearest and dearest. A custom outdoor bar and dancefloor where guests danced under the stars, the speech where the father of the bride gave the groom a camel.