Every moment of Zoe and George’s unique vintage wedding was thoughtfully planned out, and the pure beauty and elegance can be seen in their stunning photos! From the subtle decor and lighting, to the cosy atmosphere, the whole day was simply gorgeous. They’re a perfect match, and both looked amazing as their guests enjoyed the live band and stunning macaroon tower. A truly unforgettable day!
Why Brympton House is a Unique Wedding Venue
As perfectly described by Zoe: “We wanted to find a wedding venue that was unique. We didn’t want to get married in a church but we did want some of the tradition. Brympton House had an old chapel next to the estate church that was perfect for the ceremony. This was a real deciding factor for us. It also had enough rooms to fit our friends and family the night before and a great little bar with a billiards table for the groomsmen. The grounds were spectacular and extensive. We wanted people to wander around with a drink and chat. The house has so many rooms to choose from and we used each one for a different part of the celebration.”
Zoe and George knew that Brympton house was the venue for them as it has the perfect combination of traditional and modern. It gave them that classic yet intimate and cosy feel that they wanted.
Zoe The Bride:
“I wore ‘Rose’ by Jenny Packham, a beautifully beaded tulle gown in ivory, with soft cap sleeves and a high scoop neckline. It’s a really timeless design that is both elegant and modern, with a beautiful etherial skirt that was very light and easy to wear. My earrings were absolutely beautiful diamond, pearl drop earrings, which were very kindly on loan from George’s mum. The pearl bracelet I wore was a present from George’s family a few years before. My gown was purchased at Blackburn Bridal.”
George The Groom:
“I wanted everyone to be comfortable and not too traditional. Thats my nature. It’s important for people to be relaxed so they can have fun, it’s a party after all. I’m in the design industry so I really enjoyed matching colours and patterns so the groomsmen and bridesmaids looked great together.”
The colour scheme:
“ Our colour scheme included lots of white and green punctuated with strong yellows, blues and pinky reds. Our decor wasn’t extensive but nicely subtle. We had small lanterns dotted around lining the grand staircase going up toward the ballroom. Flowers and beautiful lighting were the main features that we used to create the design and feel we were looking for.”
“Our wedding stylist (Ellie) hung fairy lights across the courtyard and put beautiful candle lit jars hanging from the trees. The beautiful design, combined with a hog roast, great music and fire pits finished the day beautifully.” – Zoe The Bride
George and Zoe’s wedding was a truly beautiful occasion. The images, captured by Matt Penberthy, reflected the timelessness of their special day.
Photography by Matt Penberthy
Dress Jenny Packham
Boutique Blackburn Bridal
Venue Brympton House
Florist Style By Design
Entertainment The Bryden string quartet