Charlotte and Kurtis were forced to postpone their wedding due to Covid lockdowns, however it was a celebration that was well and truly worth the wait. Being a quintessentially English, springtime wedding, they needed a venue that offered luxurious grandeur, whilst still having an exclusive, countryside feel, and Eastnor Castle ticked every box.
The day started with a traditional church wedding, where Charlotte walked down the aisle to the sounds of a string quartet. Their guests then made their way to Eastnor Castle for an outdoor champagne and canapé reception overlooking the Malvern Hills. Dining took place in the historic Great Hall, where we created an intimate, romantic atmosphere with an abundance of soft candlelight. Dickinson & Doris designed an array of floral installations, featuring spring florals in a pastel toned colour palette, which we continued throughout their styling. Their flowers were emulated in an incredible 5-tier wedding cake by MonAnnie, which sat beside a decadent patisserie table for guests to help themselves to after dinner.
Later in the evening, guests were treated to a surprise performance by an Elvis impersonator - a nod to the couples' love of Las Vegas - who sang their first dance and kicked off the evening's festivities. The party continued with a 90's themed band and a DJ, ensuring that the dance floor was full all night, before the celebrations came to a close with a surprise fireworks display for their guests.