Two beautiful weddings for Natasha & Jason at North Cadbury Court, with Smiling Tiger Studios

Published by Claire Gould on

2 days, 2 looks, 2 cultures – Natasha & Jason’s wedding is out of this world. I love it! I want to see ALL the Hindu weddings on our blog – I’m not sent nearly enough and they are BEAUTIFUL! Today’s gorgeous couple chose North Cadbury Court as their venue for the weekend, and Somerset wedding photographers and videographers Smiling Tiger Studios to capture both days of their wedding. The results are amazing – as always, I had far too many stunning photos to choose from so you’ll find more of my favourites on @englishweddingblog on instagram!

Wedding photographer’s website

Somerset wedding photographers Smiling Tiger Studios

Wedding photographer review

Linus and Tom were brilliant from the get go! They captured both of our ceremonies beautifully, including the intricate details of our Hindu ceremony.

Your best wedding moment or memory

Walking into the ballroom for our wedding breakfast with the hundreds of balloons hanging across the ceiling was beautiful.

Venue name + review

North Cadbury Court – their reputation precedes them. Beautiful venue, amazing staff, and wedding planning. As it was dry hire we were able to tailor and creat our wedding exactly to how we wanted to. From the styles of both ceremonies to ordering our wines for both events. They took the stress and hassle away from us and made our guests feel welcomed and taken care of.

We had two ceremonies. A traditional Hindu Bengali wedding, where ceremonial head pieces are worn by the bride and groom. Followed by civil ceremony the next day.

Dress or suit shop name + review

Civil ceremony wedding dress: Grace Loves Lace

Cake maker name + review

Cake Design by Holly. Communicated with us throughout the planning and made a beautiful wedding cake. Best flavour .. raspberry and elderflower, delicious!

Any crafty projects or homemade styling touches?

Creative Collections brought our idea to life to fill the ballon ceiling with balloons for the wedding breakfast and were able to source sustainable balloons.

Wedding readings?

This will be our year – The Zombies

First dance song? Playlist recommendations?

Jamie Lawson – I wasn’t expecting that.


Claire Gould

Claire spends her days writing - either in beautiful calligraphy or online. She lives on the edge of the English Lake District only minutes away from the beach, where she loves to escape and unwind. Claire's calligraphy can be found at Claire launched the English Wedding Blog in November 2009 - it's been a top 10 UK wedding blog ever since, with a regional focus we hope you LOVE.


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