Romantic country wedding
Mr and Mrs Stevenson’s or “Soph & Pickle” as we now know them celebrated their marriage in the village of King’s Sutton on the border of Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire. After a beautiful service in the church of St. Peter & St. Paul the wedding party made their way to a near by deer park where amongst the ridge and furrows we had set the scene for their romantic country wedding to continue.
This wedding was one of our favourite events from the summer of 2019. Sophie & Pickle’s wedding was a dreamy outdoor marquee celebration which pulled together a wide range of people that we had great fun working alongside.
Sophie had big plans for this special day and the process began back in May 2018! A prompt site visit kicked things off and the planning process came into full swing. Sophie had a great list of ideas for the wedding and from there we were able to help piece together this beautiful country celebration.
For additional chill out space Sophie wanted to have an indoor lounge area and an external area with cover from the sun . We included some chesterfield sofas with a coffee tables to one end of the tent and outdoor seating in the form of wooden patio tables & chairs with parasols externally.
Our marquees are beautiful simple structures and look incredible with or without much decoration. However weddings are all about adding a bit of character. A few personal touches that S&P added included this brilliant mirror table plan hand drawn on the day and their custom neon sign.
As the day approached, a heat wave arrived – a dream for an outside wedding but requiring some last minute changes of plan. A 9m round tent was added to provide some welcome shelter for the band to perform in and the team were able to put up both tents on the same day.
This open air feel to the wedding created a relaxed and super fun feel for the day. Inside Green and Gorgeous Flowers had provided elegant flower arrangements and dressed our large flower rings beautifully. The stunning tableware adding the perfect final touch.
As day turned to night, festoons inside the marquee provided the lighting with additional coloured spotlights and a large disco ball. Outside, the flying festoons across the top of the marquee and lit walkways came in to their own.
With Rick Astley providing the music the first dance went off with a bang and dance floor was full all night long.