Leanne and Nick enjoyed a magnificent wedding reception in the garden of their own beautiful home in Essex, following a ceremony in the Orangery at Langtons House.
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These simple styling ideas for an elegant garden party wedding are so dreamy. The combination of different shades of green with peach and white evoke thoughts of the great outdoors.
Country gardens make a perfect setting for a wedding as they are essentially a blank canvas. Here are some top tips for styling a country garden wedding table.
Jessica and Antony had a clear vision of how they wanted their wedding day, and they created the most beautiful vintage styled wedding.
This French garden wedding shoot will make you dream of sunny days in France. The ethereal details and pretty tones of pink, grey, green and ivory are so romantic.
Country garden weddings evoke imagery of tea and scones, bunting, and croquet on the lawn. But which wedding cakes suit a country garden wedding?
Freya and Chris created a festival style wedding in Freya’s parent’s back garden which was bursting with colour, fun and personality.
Eleanor and Gareth’s fabulous wedding took place at All Saints Church and The Garden Barn in Little Bradley, and featured some truly beautiful details.
Kerry, Chris and their guests enjoyed a fun and relaxed marquee wedding reception in Kerry’s parents’ back garden, complete with funfair.
Bunting, country flowers and jam jar decorations turned the garden of the bride’s family home into the perfect setting for this rustic country themed wedding.
With landscaped gardens and manicured lawns, here are eight garden wedding venues to consider if you want to enjoy the outdoors on your big day.
With help from the special people in their lives, Kali and Hansel created a very colourful, personal wedding in Hansel’s parents’ back garden in Calverton, New York.
Katie-Jane and Philip’s wedding was a handmade affair, with the reception taking place in the bride’s parent’s back garden following a church ceremony.
If you are having a spring or summer wedding, why not make the most of the weather (fingers crossed) and have an English garden party theme?