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A few of our special days 
Just a few of the days we've be delighted to share with our brides and decorate these magnificent venues - dressed to perfection - just how our brides wanted it......
Lucy & Boyd
Hedsor House

I can't really decide what was more spectacular - the colour scheme or the huge 3 foot helium balloons??  The colour scheme of coral, lilac and ivory came together wonderfully with the delicate shades of the roses, fresh lavender and the amazing delphiniums - an all round gorgeous combination (if I say so myself).  As for the balloons - they were great - a real fun element to the magnificent dining room of Hedsor House and certainly a talking point amongst guests.  The stunning photography was by Phillip Allen


Jay & Teresa
Stoke Place

Ivory, Lime and navy were the colours of this gorgeous summer wedding.  Following a church service at the historic Penn Church, the guests were transported by vintage double decker buses to the classic and contemporary setting of Stoke Place.


Every inch of this gorgeous wedding was adorned by huges peonics, delicate rose petals and twinkling tea lights. 

Anthony & Bex
Pinewood Studios

Peacock feathers, deep purple and touquoise, classic cars - all completed this gorgeous 1920's themed wedding.

Set amongst Pinewood Studio's stunning backdrop of the grand panelling of Heatherden Hall the table names seemed most at home being famous films of the 20's.


The day was captured beautifully by aptly named photographers

Sarah & Phil
Monkey Island 

This wedding at our gorgeous church of Old Beaconsfield was followed by a beautiful afternoon on the river at Monkey Island where the sun shone and even the peacocks made an appeareance to compliment the colour scheme !! 


Fabulous huge peonies and brilliant cobalt blue delphiniums adorned every inch of the fine dining room as guests enjoyed the reception and watched the boats sail by on the Thames. 

Nicky & Alan
Stoke Park

Simple elegance were

personified in this wedding at the stunning Stoke Park Club.  The classical clean lines of the calla where complimented by a sprinkling of orchids and lillies for the table centres all in crisp clean ivory and deep green.

Richard & Karen
Wasing Park

A gorgeous wedding at Wasing Park, where the beautiful historic church set the scene for the ceremony whilst the stunning barn hosted the breakfast and reception.  A real feel of romance ran throughout the day, and the beautiful colour scheme of ivory, coral and blue mixed the romance with a contemporary twist and a nod to the scottish roots of Karen with the use of the erynigium thistle. The venue was finished off with fresh rose petals

adorning every inch of the candlelit barn.


Gorgeous photography by award winners:


Ilgin & David
Notley Abbey
Another beautiful wedding at the gorgeous venue of Notley Abbey and another beautiful day of sunshine and laughter.  Throughout the wedding there was a theme of hot pink and limes - two shades that compliment each other amazingly.  The flowers added stunning strong colours to the candlelit barn.  The day was a lovely family affair and the bride and groom where joined by a host of beautiful flower girls with wands made of fresh roses.   
Nav & Luke
Hedsor House

Striking gold and green bought the magnificient setting of Hedsor House alive for this stylish summer wedding.  The numerous banqueting halls were decked with flowers in tall and short martini vase table centres, whilst the fireplaces where dressed with lanterns, rose balls and petals with tea lights. 


Jo & Alan
Stoke Park

The infamous Stoke Park Club was the backdrop to this stunning vintage themed wedding. Shades of pink through to lilac were bought to life with gorgeous large bloom roses and candelabra dressed with flowers adorning the tables.  This most beautiful theme ran throughout everything on the day and was complimented by the most magnificient cake made and decorated by Jo's very clever Mum!   

Liz & Nick

Notley Abbey
Amazing weather coupled with this truly gorgeous venue was a recipe for a wonderful day.  Liz & Nick had chosen Notley Abbey  to follow on from their church service and yellow was the accent colour.  The colours looked stunning with Liz's bridesmaids wearing a beautiful green.  From the church to the Abbey - the sun shone and the colours looked sensational.   
Lucy and Robin
Hedsor House

What can I say, the stunning Hedsor 

House played host to this lovely wedding.  The gorgeous shades of the vintage rose added to the regency glamour of the internal and external architecture of the house.  The bride chose the unique carmen rose bouquet and hydrangeas, David Austin roses where used through the grand rooms.  To finish off the vintage theme, rose balls, lanterns and candles galore....