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Today’s wedding styled shoot needs no introduction from me other than to say you’ll want to stop everything (perhaps grab a lovely cup of camomile tea) and slow your scrolling. The images by Red Maple Photography speak for themselves; the florals and styling are divine, the dress fit for a goddess. This is internet-winning, breathtakingly beautiful stuff. I hope you love it as much as I do!

Candyfloss romance from the secret garden at Barnsley House, image credit Red Maple Photography (1)

Your Barnsley House, Bibury wedding suppliers

Photographer – https://redmaplephotography.com
Stylist – http://www.my-eden.co.uk
Venue – https://www.barnsleyhouse.com
Dress designer – http://www.my-eden.co.uk
Florist – https://www.corkyandprince.com
Hair and Makeup – https://www.pollymortonmakeup.com

Candyfloss romance from the secret garden at Barnsley House, image credit Red Maple Photography (5)

The inspiration for our photoshoot was romance. Being four women wedding suppliers, our love for romance and the romantic flair that comes from the quintessential countryside, we wanted to do a mini shoot that showcased our true passions.

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Hey lovely! I hope you have some lovely bank holiday plans, and you’re making the most of the last day of the weekend!! We’re on our way back from a little Welsh adventure this afternoon, and I’m excited to get back to blogging this week (I have some gorgeous features lined up!) but first – an absolutely beautiful wedding from Gloucestershire which I know you will LOVE!!

Glorious bouquet and styling for an English Country Garden wedding, images by Unwerth Photography (20)

Rebecca and Laurence’s wedding took place at St Peter & St Paul Church of Northleach followed by a marquee reception. This was a very relaxed wedding with a Pimms garden party, band, gorgeous venue decor and a cake made by the couple’s friends. 

Glorious bouquet and styling for an English Country Garden wedding, images by Unwerth Photography (5)

The flowers were a huge joy. My best friend Kate loves flowers and had helped out with another wedding, so she reassured me we could do it ourselves. The ladies who arranged our church flowers were incredibly helpful and kindly agreed to pick up some extra bunches and offered to condition them (very important and we couldn’t have done it otherwise). We ordered blue hydrangea, cornflowers, irises, pink roses and delphiniums and used a lot of greenery from our mums’ gardens. The Friday before it was all hands on deck, me, Kate and helpers making large arrangements and jam jar centrepieces while two more friends laid the tables. We used lavender and rosemary sprigs, freshly picked, on the napkins which gave a lovely scent.

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Wedding blogs are a journey of discovery, of new places, photographers, designers and couples – and I love writing the English Wedding Blog so much. Today I want to introduce you to the Manor Hotel at Castle Combe – a grand country house in a tranquil Cotswold village.

Contact & Bookings: Jennifer Sinclair

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Hampshire Photographer Jennifer Sinclair knows the venue well. “The Manor House is set in the beautiful picturesque Cotswold village of Castle Combe.  The venue is amazing; such an idyllic and romantic choice of venue for a wedding.

Through the grand entrance gates, the long sweeping drive over the stone bridge, leads to the amazing 14th Century Manor House.  The Manor House is beautiful both inside and out.  With oak framed beams and quaint windows, the bedrooms are perfect for bridal preparations.

The Manor house is set in beautiful grounds and has the most amazing stone steps leading up to the upper grounds which makes an fantastic setting for not going only group photographs but also bride and groom photographs.