Wedding styling at Caswell House


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Caswell house is one of our very favourite wedding venues to work at, so we were delighted when we were contacted by them to create some stunning shots to launch their new website and wedding brochure. It was our pleasure to create a luxe, chic, chateau look which complimented Caswell house perfectly. Together with a fantastic line up of wedding suppliers and the fabulous Caswell house team we created a look that was just beautiful.

Wedding styling at Caswell House

Wedding styling at Caswell House

Creating a romantic garden walk way with masses of scented ivory rose petals and two large garden urns. This would be a perfect set up for a stunning ceremony.


Wedding styling at Caswell House

We love getting involved with the cake table and what a beauty Cake by Rachel had created! We wanted to compliment her handy work with similar tones and delicate foliage to fill the entire table, this would make such an impact and become a centre piece all by itself.


Wedding styling at Caswell House

A mixture of Low and Tall arrangements work fabulously in the barn as it keeps the relaxed feel yet adding some formality. The cut glass candlesticks avoid any obstructions to the guests below.


Wedding styling at Caswell House

Top table of dreams! This suspended design would completely frame your top table of guests, again, using gold metal frames this means all guests can still see the happy couple. Adding a garden border along the base of the table adds to the luxe feel.


Wedding styling at Caswell House
Wedding styling at Caswell House

Creative team:
Venue: Caswell House
Photography:Hannah Duffy
Catering: Indulgence Bespoke Catering
Cake: Cake by Rachel
Linen: Just 4 linen
Glassware and China: Duchess and Butler
Stationary:On cloud Nine

 

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