Blenheim Palace has announced the reopening of its Orangery following vital £2 million restoration.
You’ve said, “Yes”, and now you’re in search of an exceptional wedding venue to say, “I do”. Where better to celebrate your nuptials than at the UNESCO World Heritage Site which includes its beautifully restored Orangery.
The Orangery, restored to its former glory, now embraces a captivating bar area and opens onto the Italian Terrace overlooking the private Italian Garden. This harmonious merger of contemporary chic with timeless charm amplifies the allure of this historic venue, creating a unique and memorable setting for your special day.
I’m wondering this morning if any other weddings could ever rival the joy and celebration of an Indian wedding. There’s just so much going on, so much happiness and laughter. Today our blog is all about Guppi and Gan’s wedding weekend, which has me grinning from ear to ear at all the amaaazing moments. They chose award winning documentary wedding photographers York Place Studios to capture both days, and we invite you to grab a cuppa and scroll slowly… because this is a wedding with so much going on, all captured thoughtfully and beautifully.
Join me this morning as a virtual guest at one of England’s most breathtaking wedding venues. Blenheim Palace is an impressive world heritage site, and a masterpiece of Baroque architecture. It’s also the place where our stunningly beautiful bride & handsome groom decided to say their vows in front of their nearest and dearest.
Wearing an elegant Suzanne Neville bridal gown, Kate carried peonies, sweet peas & roses down the aisle to meet her handsome husband to be. The cherry blossom was out in full force providing the most breathtaking backdrop to an already beautiful day! Kate, the youngest of 3 sisters was supported by her siblings who were both maids of honour, and one of whom had traveled from Australia to be there for her sister.