The epitome of luxury, this Cotswold wedding was flawless. The combination of the setting, suppliers and planning skills created an unforgettable celebration.
Starting with a traditional church wedding ceremony within the grounds of Sudeley Castle, guests were then treated to the sounds of a string quartet playing in the grounds of the venue. Exquisite canapés and chilled champagne spoilt guests even further.
Sweetpea & Blossom created a stylish marquee wedding reception that defined luxury and romance, featuring a split roof double height marquee with a transparent end that slotted seamlessly into the castle ruins. Decorated with an array of oversized chandeliers, ghost chairs and a giant glitter ball, the marquee was overflowing with an abundance of blooms and softly scented candles.
Sweetpea & Blossom also designed a smaller marquee that boasted an all-white leather chill out area, featuring candles, lanterns and a plethora of fresh white flowers. It was a stylish yet relaxing space away from the wonderful chaos of the wedding reception.
With a subtly covered dining area to provide shade from the summer sunshine, guests enjoyed the finest food and drink during the wedding breakfast. A transparent bar added to the modern feel of the reception while the party area provided the perfect space to dance the night away with a view of the stars.
A collection of cocktails kick-started an evening of celebrations with music from a range of talented singers and DJs, before guests made their way home in the early hours.
Every single detail had been carefully considered at this luxurious wedding in the Cotswolds. From the table styling to the Jo Malone toiletries, everything had been thought of by London Wedding Planners, Sweetpea & Blossom. They took the client’s brief and ideas, transforming their visions and executing a perfect wedding day – the one they had always wanted.
The wedding planning process was stress-free for the couple, allowing them to sit back and enjoy every single second. The couple and their wedding guests were simply blown away.