Quintessentially British

Updated: Aug 25, 2021

Summer roses and cricket bats, scroll down to see how this perfectly English wedding was what Alice and David dreamt of.

All great meetings start with a bottle (or two!) of Champagne, and this was no exception! Alice and I met after work one evening at The Botanist in Sloane Square and instantly knew we would have the most brilliant time planning together.

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The Wedding

I remember the day so perfectly, driving down the winding Hedsor House driveway. The hedges were plush with flowers, the birds were singing and the sun was in the sky.

Alice and her bridal party were arriving along with all suppliers at one of my favorite wedding venues. The catering team, as ever, totally smashed it. Caper & Berry and their team were a fantastic c

As guests tottered down to the church, the bride was getting ready to leave with her beautiful mother in a gorgeous white car.

canapés were served on the lawn, croquet and a gorgeous group photo

The table centre pieces were beautiful by and the table names beautiful written on tiny little cricket bats, perfect reflection of Davids love and past

dancing into the evening, guests enjoyed cocktails and something else


Venue: Hedsor House

Catering: Caper & Berry


Florist: Richard Elder Flowers



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