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Today’s real wedding is one of those timeless celebrations which I know I can blog now, and brides in 2025 will still be turning to it for inspiration. It’s sheer luxe and so beautiful – Rebecca is breathtaking, her husband Dominic looks fabulous, and the venue is out of this world! Wow.

Luxury wedding at Greenwich Painted Hall with Claire MacIntyre for Bardot Weddings (33)

The venue was magnificent and required minimal decoration. Our florist decorated both the day and evening rooms. The evening venue was the Queen Mary Undercroft at the Naval College which had pillars in it. Our florist put fairy lights and ivory up around the pillars and we had two large pedestal flower sprays which were at the entrance.

Luxury wedding at Greenwich Painted Hall with Claire MacIntyre for Bardot Weddings (24)

The little details are as wonderful as the overall look of the day… it’s perfect. Images of the day are by lovely Claire MacIntyre for Bardot Weddings. Discover more here:

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Luxury wedding at Greenwich Painted Hall with Claire MacIntyre for Bardot Weddings (40)

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Every wedding is different: the details make a day different and so do the memories… and every bride and groom have something amazing to offer a wedding blogger like me. Today’s stunning bride Kirsty surprised me with this: “At the end of the night when everybody had left we sat on the head table with a bottle of bubbles for an hour just chatting about the day. We could still feel the buzz from the room from the day which was really quite incredible, it was a really special moment for us.

Real wedding in Kent by Parkershots Photography (51)

How many of you can imagine doing this after your big day? What a wonderful memory… and for this beautiful bride and gorgeous groom it’s one of so many special moments to treasure.

Real wedding in Kent by Parkershots Photography (12)

Kirsty and Rod had a lovely rustic wedding at Winters Barns near Canterbury, captured on camera by photographer Nick at Parkershots. Do take a few minutes to discover Parkershots for yourself…