Intimate Autumnal Wedding Inspiration Set In An Orangery
The beautiful Autumnal Wedding at Euridge Manor is the setting for this decadent shoot; opulently styled with vibrant colours, echoing the rich tones of Autumn.
Euridge Manor is a one-of-a-kind venue, that’s both magnificent and magical – just the place for a fairytale wedding. Hannah Snowsill, Director of Maple Rose Events knew it would be the perfect backdrop for this styled shoot. Set amidst enchanting private grounds, complete with castle, rose lawns and sparkling water features – this was the dream setting for a lavish shoot to inspire an Autumnal ceremony.
Décor details include jaw-dropping floral styling by Paula Rooney Floral Design. Paula and her team created all sorts of breathtaking displays using an abundance of foliage and florals in an earthy palette of orange, blush and dusky pinks in all sorts of textures, both dried and fresh.
For the tablescape, heaps of candles set the warmth with gorgeous touches such as burnt orange linen by The Embroidered Napkin Company, stationery by Millie Stone alongside luscious rattan charger plates and glassware by Whitehouse Crockery.
“I wanted to create a shoot that captured the best parts of Autumn, the vibrant colours, fresh air and autumn warmth, something that I believe was captured perfectly by Stuart Wood. The venue for me was a simple choice. Euridge Manor is a gorgeous venue with the most amazing views, incredible outdoor spaces and an iconic Orangery perfect for an intimate Autumnal wedding. Once the team of suppliers came together, I knew that we were going to create something special.
When creating the design, we decided to use the details on the beautiful water feature in the Orangery to inspire the theme. This consists of hundreds of shells and pearls and you’ll see these little touches running throughout the shoot on the stationery, jewellery and smaller personal touches.
We used a selection of dried flowers and foliage throughout the design and incorporated fresh flowers, including roses and orchids to keep a luxurious feel. You’ll see the focal point of the day was the incredible dinner setting with the floral structure running above the table, wicker lamps and the striking Edison bulbs to continue the warm feel.”
Paula Rooney says;
“The inspiration for this amazing shoot came from the incredible venue. We drew on the gorgeous tones and colours of the venue, especially the orange from the walls in the orangery and the pinks, corals and creams from the shells dotted all around.
Wanting to create a sustainable look we used a lot of dried flowers mixed with fresh in the shades inspired by the venue which gave a beautiful whimsical, romantic yet modern look to the shoot.
There is a real playful element to the designs with the colour palette and different textures but a sense of luxury too with the abundance of the designs and by adding in classic flowers such as roses, which also symbolise romance and love.”