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Summer at Sezincote wedding inspiration with must see floral details!

I’m so excited to finally share this Summer at Sezincote wedding inspiration with you. I was instantly spellbound by the Sezincote Estate. I’ve spotted it before between the Cotswold hills but the drive up to the House is probably the most magical for a wedding venue. You’re then lead up to the big reveal of the 200 year old Mogul Indian palace which is simply breathtaking. What a setting for a wedding!

The Sezincote wedding

I was able to explore all of the hidden gems within the romantic landscape as well as see the stunning Orangery first hand before planning this styled shoot. This setting is so inspiring, and consequently I knew the team would raise the pretty bar! I’m thrilled that what we produced has been featured on Style Me Pretty

sezincote inspiration, bridal dress and bouquet.

Sezincote inspiration, bridal dress and coloured wedding dress.

The concept and styling for this shoot was brought together by Kerry Poulter, a fabulous wedding planner who is cool, calm and collected and everything you’d want in your wing woman for your wedding day….not to mention her passion and inspiration which she brings by the bucket load.

Sezincote inspiration, bridal dress, bridal shoes, bridal hair.

Sezincote inspiration, long sleeved bridal dress. Floral details on elephants.


For the florals we needed someone who wouldn’t be overwhelmed by the number of options that a Sezincote wedding could offer. Fiona Perry brought an exciting dimension and creativity to the shoot, incorporating elements such as the Indian ‘phants’ (above) to pull together the theme and location. Fiona’s way of thinking is epitomised below, with the floral over the shoulder arrangement. Wow!

Sezincote inspiration, bridal dungarees from Needle & Thread. Floral garland.

Sezincote inspiration, tablescape in the orangery. Cutlery detail.

The curved orangery, with foliage walls was the perfect setting for the tablescape. The colour palette was soft blush, peach and grey tones with hints of gold in the cutlery and clear quartz crystals.

Sezincote wedding, tablescape for wedding, orangery. Candles and place settings.

Sezincote wedding, bench at tablescape, orangery, crockery and stationery.

Princess Patisserie produced two cakes, both with clean lines and consequently able to echo the tablescape and soft colours. Most noteworthy were the pink ruffles and gold bands as well as a striking gold leaf embellished cake with real flowers added. The Meringue Girls colour punch and gold leaf tipped meringues added the sweetest detail – they’d make gorgeous favours!

Wedding cake and Emmy shoes inspiration, Sezincote wedding

Sezincote wedding, meringue girls and wedding cake.

The Sezincote wedding look

The bridal looks were key for this shoot. Louise Seymour took the reins for hair and make up. I trust Louise implicitly, as a result of working with her numerous times at other shoots and weddings.
LA Bespoke were our first choice of boutique as they created quite a stir in the industry! Amy Chmielewski has opened her beautiful boutique in Worcestershire. Although LA Bespoke had been established for less than 1 month at the time of the shoot, Amy has some incredible designers to offer. As a result we were lucky enough to use a number of pieces from Australian designer, Suzanne Harward.

I have obsessed over Sophia Kokosalaki’s designs for several years now and the muted colours and exquisite tulle were the perfect compliment for this shoot (under the bridge water shot).

Also taking the wedding industry by storm both for bridal and bridesmaids is Needle & Thread. Those delicately embroidered and embellished dungarees are just incredible, aren’t they?! The ideal outfit change to party the night away in.

Sezincote inspiration, floral details in the orangery by Fiona Perry.

Tablescape with floral details, crockery and stationery for Sezincote wedding

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Planning & styling: Kerry Poulter
Venue: Sezincote
Floral design: Fiona Perry
Bridal boutique: LA Bespoke using Suzanne Harward
Bridal designer: Sophia Kokosalaki
Dungarees: Needle & Thread
Shoes: Emmy
Trainers: Florence
Hair/MUA: Louise Seymour
Jewellery: Sarie Joynes
Cakes: Princess Patisserie
Meringues: The Meringue Girls
Ribbon & Table runner: Kate Cullen
Table Linen: Table To Dine For
Furniture: Wedhead
Crockery & Glassware: Summerill & Bishop
Cutlery: Amara
Stationery: Oh Wonder Calligraphy
Model: Kirsty-Anne
Film Lab: Carmencita

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