We were delighted to be a part of Ali and Pesh’s beautiful day at the recently refurbished Baddow Park House. Both are doctors who have worked non-stop through the pandemic and have had to reschedule their wedding multiple times but they got there, and it was worth the wait!
Baddow Park House
Baddow Park House is a recently refurbished private wedding venue with the perfect blend of history and stunning architecture. It is GORGEOUS!
The ceremony was held in the stunning orangery. Full of natural light, and the space with views across the terrace to the vineyards beyond.
Ali and Pesh’s wedding had a fresh, contemporary, classic and elegant feel. We used lots of foliage and texture including eucalyptus and green foliage with white flowers and subtle hints of blush and soft blue.
We combined thistles for added texture and Scottish connection.
Alice’s bouquet was a combination of Roses such as café latte, quicksand and avalanche. Stunning white Peonies and hydrangeas. For texture, we added Astrantia, scabious and thistles, along with a huge variety of eucalyptus foliage.
The groomsmen wore avalanche rose which is perfect rose for a buttonhole, with eucalyptus. Which looks perfect every time. A little Tin shed favourite! We absolutely adored it with Pesh choice of suits.
The orangery was used for both the ceremony and reception, so we used all the arrangements for both stages, with additional stands and plinths for the tables. (part of our hire package)
We love a design that has more than one placement or purpose throughout the day. Although the ceremony is the most important part of the day, it is also the shortest. So, a good tip is to use the flowers again elsewhere if you can. For this wedding, we were able to repurpose the flower arrangements from the ceremony to the wedding breakfast.
Alice & Pesh chose a combination of high and low table centres which we are a huge fan of and find works perfectly with most venues. The high adds a ‘WOW!‘ to the room whilst the low ensures that there is pretty colour and florals at all levels. It creates a real feast for the eyes!
We provided vases to repurpose the pew ends and bridal bouquets. Once it is time to sit down for dinner the bridal bouquets are practically redundant, so it’s the perfect time to pop them (in water) in a nice vase, strategically placed by the LTS team. Not only does this add to your reception décor but it keeps them fresh to be enjoyed longer by the bridesmaids.
The gold frames have been a real hit in 2021 and an up to date look on a tall centrepiece. The gold is very muted and understated but at the same time adds another layer of texture and colour to the room. The flowers are high above the eye line so do not obstruct the flow of conversation allowing everyone to see each other, the frame itself just blends into the background, not obtrusive or overpowering. Alice and Pesh chose to add candles and bud vases with single stems to the base – adding colour and prettiness around the base.
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Photography & Photo Credit : Sally Rawlins Photography
Dress: The Bridal Barn Boutique
Suit: Hawes and Curtis
Flowers: Little Tin Shed Flowers
Hair: Leggy Bird Hair
Makeup: AS Bridal Make Up
Car: Land Rover
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