Styled Wedding Shoot at Rococo Gardens

A styled wedding shoot at Rococo Gardens in Painswick Gloucestershire is the feature of this week’s blog. We pulled this shoot together to highlight some of The Cotswolds best wedding suppliers with a focus on bridal hair, country flowers, bridal make-up and millinery.

We chose Rococo Gardens as it is beautifully situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, has a great reputation and wonderful features for hosting weddings and civil partnerships.

The Independent has named Rococo Gardens as one of the top 50 locations to hold your wedding or partnership ceremony in the UK. Wow!

There are three prime locations in the gardens for your wedding plus a host of lovely features and settings for photographs and for you and your guests to walk around and enjoy before and after the ceremony.

The Eagle House – an intimate and romantic location, the Eagle House can offer a setting unmatched in the country.

The Red House – providing an ideal location for couples looking for a more rustic location as most of the ceremony can take place on the terrace outside. It has proven to be our most popular building by far, partly due to the lovely vista up which the bride can walk to the ceremony.  With the terrace providing a perfect stage, up to 80 guests can comfortably watch the couple say their vows.

The Orangery – accommodating 70 people. Situated near the entrance to the Garden, it has easy access for the disabled. It can also be used for your guests to enjoy light refreshments and drinks after the ceremony.

The wonderful wedding industry collaborators in this project were:

Headdress Design / Milliner Gemma Sangwine

Gemma has been designing and producing an exclusive range of fashion accessories since 2001, specialising in millinery and headwear for the last 5 years. All pieces are carefully crafted in her studio in the Cotswolds, each item is unique and no two pieces are the same.

Makeup by Helen S Makeup and Beauty

Freelance Make-up Artist specialising in Wedding Make-up, Make-up lessons, Special Occasions Make-up and Photo shoots.

Hair by Charlotte Parker

Cotswolds based specialising in Bridal hair, Events and Photoshoots.

Florist Louise Pritchard

Offering a hands on, personal, floral design service. Working closely with you, I take the time to understand your taste, style and the look you’re trying to achieve. Every one of your arrangements will be completely unique and personal to you.

A special thank you to our fabulous model Yasmin Luff – the dress was the model’s own and it is a Maggie Sottero.

It was a delight to work with Dominic at Rococo Gardens and everyone involved on this project. I’m very much looking forward to photographing weddings at this beautiful location later this year.

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Rococo Gardens in Painswick Gloucestershire is a top rated wedding venue with amazing features and is certainly worth looking at if you are looking to get married in the Cotswolds. Rococo gardens is open again on the 10th January until the 31st October, please contact them here for further information about hosting your wedding ceremony.

The lemon house wedding photography Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, offering you an unobtrusive approach to produce a collection of natural, beautiful, romantic and fun wedding images telling the entire story of your day which you will always treasure. I photograph weddings full time in Gloucestershire, across the Cotswolds and beyond. Please call if you’d like to discuss any aspect of your wedding photography – I love talking all things weddings and would be delighted to hear all about your plans for your day.

Booking heavily now for 2017 and 2018 weddings, please click here to get in touch so we can discuss your wedding plans.

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