Peonies, cheese boards, and rosé all day? This Sonoma vineyard wedding, planned to perfection by…
This is what happens when a trained florist gets married under a marquee in Yorkshire in May. Peonies, roses, and sweet peas abound, plus who can resist a pastel color palette with cornflower blue and mint green bridesmaid dresses? The couple hired Eden at Broughton Hall for an entire week so that friends and family could help with preparations and enjoy the entire experience from start to finish.
Bistro lights and onion lanterns provided a classic lighting scheme for inside the sailcloth marquee, setup by PapaKata. In Hannah and Rob’s own words, the look of their marquee was extremely important. Here’s what they had to say about their marquee for hire search: “We spent ages searching for the right marquee and were so pleased to see PapaKata had started doing Sperry Tents. They had the clean lines, high ceilings, and beautiful added touches that we had been looking for. Having the clear sides meant we could make the most of our surroundings and see all the gorgeous green parkland.”
Congrats you two! Click here to see this wedding’s feature on the UK blog Rock My Wedding.
Setup: PapaKata // Images: Natasha Cadman Photography // Venue: Eden at Broughton Hall // Catering: Michael Kernall Catering and Pizza Fella // Florals: Emma Weddings and Events // Bridal Gown: Modeca design from Ava Rose Hamilton boutique // Bridal Headpiece: Emmy London // Bridesmaid Dresses: Ted Baker // Groom’s Suit: Norton & Townsend