Wonderful Weddings

Turning a canvas into a wedding masterpiece

An unusual quirk of our involvement in the wedding day process is that customers contact us at the very start, regularly speak to us all the way up to the big day and more often than not send us a thank you or come and say hello after the event. But we so rarely get to see the day itself. While erecting the wedding marquee is undoubtedly very high on the priority list those extra touches than come afterwards are what define a wedding and turn our canvas into a masterpiece.

Luckily many of our customers weddings are covered by professional bloggers, photographers and magazines so we at least get a chance to see what went on during the day. Here are a few of our favourites.

An exquisite Monique Lhuillier dress with full length cathedral veil at Sudeley Castle

Shared from Jay Rowden’s website
Photography Copyright (c) 2013, Jay Rowden

An Indian palace wedding in the Gloucestershire countryside.

Shared from Bridal Musings Blog
Photography copyright Ria Mishaal Photography,

Sezincote House wedding in the Cotswolds was a truly memorable occasion!

Shared from Weddings by Nicola & Glen
Photography copyright Nicola & Glen

Privately owned Elkstone Manor is a beautiful Gloucestershire wedding venue near Cheltenham.

Shared from the Tom Weller Photography
Photography Copyright (c) 2011, Tom Weller

Vera Wang elegance and Belle & Bunty bridesmaids dresses for a romantic Sudeley Castle wedding…

Shared from the Love My Dress Wedding blog
Photography Copyright (c) 2013, David Jenkins

A luxury Cotswold wedding at the exclusive Sezincote House, Gloucestershire.

Shared from the Planned to Perfection blog
Photography Copyright (c) 2013, Toby Lockerbie