Bijou Partner, Party lights provided a canopy of twinkling fairy lights which swept across the beams of the Music room. Below this, the aisle was lined with hurricane vases and natural petals which tied into the colours of the Bridal bouquet. At 2pm, the Bride made her entrance with her Dad to the Jurassic Park theme music – certainly a memorable moment for everyone there.
After the nuptials, Laura and Adam took a moment to themselves to take it all in, they were able to enjoy those moments together over a glass of champagne whilst their guests mingled in the gardens. Shortly after, the newlyweds made their entrance into the courtyard to the cheers of their friends and family as they threw confetti over the new Mr & Mrs.
Laura and Adam said that this was unexpected but was an absolutely magical moment and they have some of the best photos from the confetti throwing.
The reception tables were decorated with low floral arrangements, designed by another Bijou Partner, Sonning Flowers – and tealights to add a romantic feel. The wedding flowers (including Laura’s bridal bouquet), featured champagne and burgundy coloured blooms, including roses, dahlia, astible, astrantia lisianthus and brunia berries, combined with lashings of foliage. Laura and Adam gave their guests individually wrapped parcels of truffles as favours, these were tied with burgundy ribbon, once again matching the colour scheme perfectly. The Cain Manor team provided the ivory chair sashes which completed the room.
After the wedding the guests watched as Laura and Adam danced their first dance as husband and wife to Tom Odell’s ‘Grow Old with Me’. Following that, the guests took the opportunity to get silly in the photobooth, the Bride and Groom said they have some fantastic photos from this.
Guests then danced the night away to the rock and indie tunes performed by the couple’s wedding band, ‘Season’.