As a Wedding Photographer, Euridge Manor has been top of my venue bucket list since I started out in the industry. Also known as The Lost Orangery, it’s situated near the famous village Castle Coombe. With extensive areas for photo opportunities, including an impressive dark pool and boat house. This quirky and theatrical estate was Sir Walter Raleigh’s hunting lodge and in many ways is quintessential British. However parts of the venue boast southern European vibes. And some ruined walls remain to create a dramatic backdrop. Milkshake Kisses Workshop organised this shoot and they did an amazing job of bringing South of France destination wedding vibes to the UK.
Ashleigh from Pink Palm Events designed the styling, with a mission statement is to modernise the British Wedding Industry. Fun, creative touches like iridescent wine glasses put a subtle twist on the traditional table-scape. Moreover, the venue has a huge array of plants and flowers in the gardens. Bud Flora then worked to enhance these. For instance the ceremony set-up has a magnificent arch that the floral installation blends seamlessly into what is already there. Flowers also elevated photo opportunities like the row boat.
Storme Make Up and Hair specialises in natural bridal make up and soft romantic hairstyles. The models mostly wore loose waves for an effortless but polished look.
The dinner table set up amongst a pergola intertwined with roses. The banquet table fits in perfectly here, also with an array of flowers in pinks, oranges and purples.
Euridge Manor Wedding Photographer: Jade Touron Photography
Workshop: Milkshake Kisses
Videographer: Russell Kent Nicholls
Designer: Pink Palms Events
Cake Artist: Sugar Plum Bakes
Florist: Bud Flora
Make Up & Hair: Storme Make Up Artist
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