Kew Gardens is somewhere I’d always wanted to visit. So often I have walked along the perimeter wall and wondered what I might find the other side. It’s like a secret garden, a hidden magical world and the perfect spot for Laura and Gary to get married.
I began my day with Laura and her maids at The Petersham Hotel in Richmond. The mood was perfect and the girls were great fun. There was a lot of laughter, and a few tears. Laura looked incredible in her Pronovias lace gown and amazing Manolo Blahnik shoes. The girls wore Coast two piece outfits and all of them were adorned by bespoke Gillian Million accessories.
The chosen spot for the ceremony was The Nash Conservatory within Kew Gardens which was perfect – light, airy and very very pretty. It was dressed perfectly with exquisite flowers and the sound of the string trio filled the space perfectly. The ceremony was lovely and outside guests created a tunnel of bubbles for our newly weds to exit.
Whilst the guests made their way to the Prince of Wales conservatory for their drinks reception, Laura, Gary and I took some time to get some photos around the amazing gardens. After this we headed for the Orangery for a delicious banquet, some fabulous speeches and a sweet first dance. Kew Garden weddings now hold a very special place in my heart.
Laura and Gary thank you so much. The incredible amounts of effort you put into your magical day was epic. Everything was picture perfect and I loved recording these memories for you to live time and time again x
Venue: Royal Botanic Garden, Kew
Bridal Gown: Pronovias
Bridal Shoes: Manolo Blahnik
Bridesmaid Dresses: Coast
Hair and MUA: Lucy St John
Groomsmen Suits: Ted Baker
Florist: Katja Berg
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