Historic but modern!
Chicheley Hall, beaut as ever, served as the picturesque canvas for a wedding that seamlessly blended a bit of a fancy historical venue with contemporary flair. We’ve been a recommended supplier at Chicheley Hall for some time now, and we still love it just as much.
In a world of cookie-cutter vows, this couple wrote their own lovely promises that were uniquely theirs. The exchange of personalised vows always adds a genuine touch, its a nice way to make a registrar led wedding a bit more personal to you both.
This always goes down well – bursts of colorful smoke for some couple photos after Jen changed into her docs and got her leather jacket on, adding a bit of grunge to an otherwise ‘bridgerton style’ venue. We really loved the clash!
Sleek: Monochrome Colour Scheme
The choice of a monochrome color scheme kept things looking uber sophisticated. Jen has her own leather and stationery company on Etsy so made everything herself, from ring holder to the vow booklets, cute! From elegant black and white décor to the sleek outfits of the bridal party, every detail was carefully curated to fit the theme, creating a visually stunning atmosphere.
Tradition Meets Personality at Chicheley Hall
In the end, this wedding at Chicheley Hall was a perfect blend of tradition and personality. The venue provided the timeless backdrop, while the couple’s personal touches and creative choices made it a day that was unique to them both and a bloomin’ pleasure to photograph!
Venue: Chicheley Hall
Dress: Sabina Motasem from Sass & Grace Bridal
Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Dr Marten
Bridesmaid dresses: Oasis
Hair: Jennie Oxley
MUA: Sade Morland
Flowers: Adrienne’s flowers
Cake: Pangbourne Cheese shop
Stationery: Digby & Brooke
Band: The Blue Rinse