Today on the blog is the fabulous Easter wedding of Charlotte and Chris at Compton Verney. Bridal preparations took place at Walton Hall – a magnificent 16th Century mansion not far from the wedding venue – Compton Verney in Warwickshire. I photograph many weddings at Compton Verney – eight in total this year – it really is such a fabulous wedding venue as you’ll see from the photos below!
There was an Easter theme for the wedding with personalised Lindt bunnies for the table and cake top created by Charlotte’s mum. On the tables were Meant to Bee personalised seed favours by Wedding in a Teacup. Compton Verney was looking glorious as always and Passion For Flowers did a fantastic job making Adam Hall look even more beautiful. The addition of Narcissus daffodils lining the aisle added to the Easter feeling. I really enjoyed the live music performed during the ceremony (Melisma Music) with pieces including L’Onde by Einaudi. In fact that reminds me I remember telling Charlotte during bridal prep that I could play that piece by Einaudi on the piano (badly, admittedly) which she couldn’t believe! To my shame I am a Classic FM fan – but don’t tell anyone… The classical music continued during the drinks reception with Midsummer Flute and String Quartet performing beautifully, entertaining guests while they drank champagne. Live music was the order of the day and featured in the evening with the Zuzumen playing Florence and the Machine’s “You Got the Love” for Charlotte and Chris’ first dance. Jonathan’s Fireworks provided a fantastic finale to the day with a spectacular show over the lake – all in all a fantastic wedding! How I love my job! Congratulations Charlotte and Chris! x
You may recognise these two faces on the cover of the Compton Verney wedding brochure!
Gown: Jesus Peiro from Isaac Charles Bridal
Shoes: Antonia Courts by Rainbow Club also from Isaac Charles Bridal
Hair: Fay Smith from HairHostess UK
Makeup: Nives Bradley
Flowers: Passion For Flowers
If you’re looking for a Compton Verney wedding photographer do get in touch – I’d love to hear from you!
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