An Indian-English fusion wedding in Kent
Oh how VERY excited I have been to share this wedding with you from back In August.
When Nain and Daniel got in contact following us meeting at Most Curious Wedding Fair last year I knew immediately it was going to be special. They had such a clear idea of the aesthetic and feel they wanted to achieve and after hearing all their plans to merge Indian and English traditions I know it was a dream brief I could not possibly pass up.
Nain and Daniel tied the knot at Knowlton Court on the 18th August last year. The ceremony took place in the breathtaking Great Hall followed by the wedding breakfast and reception in the outside marquee. Nain and I discussed at length her ideas for her flowers. The general palette was to be soft rust and blush pinks with dried elements ( I mean, how gorgeous!) We kept things romantic and slightly wild as always, incorporating big blousy roses, dried grasses and honesty, and pops of white to keep everything fresh.
The marquee itself was a real pleasure to work in, I have never seen a marquee transformed so beautifully. This was down to the incredible styling from the one and only Lo and Behold Bespoke. Their subtle use of bohemian details throughout worked beautifully alongside our floral table centre pieces.
My favourite arrangement to create on the day however was our large installment which took centre stage as you entered the marquee. We suspended a plank from the ceiling of the marquee and decorated it with huge swags of greenery and roses hanging down underneath for all the wedding guests to see when they were dancing the night away.
And of course last but not least all the details of the day were captured by the fantastic Lee Garland who has become one of my favourite photographers after meeting for this wedding. His ability to capture the emotion and love of the day is just insanely perfect and beautiful.
Here’s a few of my faves………..