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DREAMY PASTEL WEDDING INSPIRATION

Today on the blog I’m featuring a beautiful shoot which Jennifer Louise Wedding styled as Mediterranean romance meets English country manor. Located at the truly magical Euridge Manor, in the heart of the Cotswolds with destination wedding vibes and stunning views. Perfect for couples seeking inspiration for Mediterranean inspired wedding with a twist of English charm.


A classic pastel colour palette always looks gorgeous, a sweet feminine touch to the elegant venue. A pastel colour palette was used with pops of pale blue, soft lavender, blush pinks and soft gold for a Spring/Summer romantic hazy feel.


Talented wedding photographer Hannah McClune, was on hand to capture all the stunning details of this shoot.

Wedding venue Euridge Manor set in beautiful grounds in the Cotswolds

The signature castle arch with a crystal chandelier makes for the perfect photo spot amidst the crumbling castle ruins.

The signature castle arch at wedding venue Euridge Manor with a crystal chandelier.

The stunning thatched portico that overlooks the lake is the crowning glory of Euridge Manor. The charming boat lake features a rowing boat made for two, for a romantic ride on the wedding day!

The beautiful lake at Euridge Manor with a romantic rowing boat for the bride and groom

Romantic Wedding Table

For a romantic and intimate look, wedding planner Jennifer Louise Weddings styled the wedding table with colours and textures, including delicate lace, matt gold and white cutlery and pale-blue patterned crockery, pastel blue candles and geometric gold lanterns.

A romantic wedding table set up based on a pastel colour palette with lace, gold and white cutlery and pale blue crockery

Pretty pastels were used throughout the stationery in pink and blue tones to compliment the pastel colour palette. Each guest table setting featured a pale blue wedding menu, layered with vellum. I hand calligraphered each guest name on to hexagonal Perspex place names, with a layer of hand pressed blush pink flowers underneath.

A blue and vellum layered wedding menu, with a hand calligraphered hexagonal place name

Pastel Wedding Stationery

I designed the suite of wedding stationery in pastel pink and blue tones. Hand calligraphy elements paired with a minimalist white floral design and layers of vellum for a gorgeous look.

Pink and blue toned wedding stationery collection with a minimalist white floral design

Using vellum layers brings softness to any stationery suite, muting the tones and giving a romantic look. Styled here with the prettiest biscuits by Hayley Elizabeth Cake Design. The envelope for the wedding invitation also features a gold floral wax seal. I love adding luxury finishing touches to my designs and you can read my top 5 here.

Wedding invitation in pale blue with a vellum layer and gold wax seal on the envelope

Wedding Signage

I love getting creative with different styles of table plans. This one was printed on fabric which fluttered in the slight breeze and how incredible does it look surrounded by these stunning blooms by Rebel and The Rose?! An abundance of blush pink and mauve roses with handfuls of greenery.

White calligraphy printed on a grey fabric for the table plan, hung on a copper frame and styled with an abundance of pastel florals and green foliage

My calligraphy was printed onto the pale grey fabric and hung on the copper frame. Fabric table plans are amazing for destination weddings because they can be folded up into a suitcase too!

Close up of the wedding table plan with calligraphy on a pale grey fabric

Calligraphy can be incorporated into so many elements of your big day. As added here to this Perspex stand which housed a delicate set up of beautiful treats, featuring mini cakes, chocolate pyramids and biscuits, all of which incorporated the beautiful pastel palette.

Calligraphy added to a Perspex stand which held a selection of beautiful, sweet treats

Wedding Cake

The wedding cake for this shoot was incredible 4 tiered cake created by Hayley Elizabeth Cake Design and adorned with beautiful blooms.

A 4-tier wedding cake accessorised with pastel coloured flowers

Bride and Groom Outfits

The bride wore a plunge v-front, low back, slim fitted dress with a sweeping skirt by Suzanne Neville from The White Room. Paired with loose flowy curls by Parley Studio and natural make up by Tara Sanger for the gorgeous bride.

The bride poses holding her bouquet down amongst the greenery and scenic view of Euridge Manor

The groom wore a suit from The Cotswold Tailor including a navy jacket, beige trousers and waistcoat, white shirt and burnt orange tie.

The bride and groom embrace by the stunning floral arrangement, in front of the lake at Euridge Manor

Personalised Wedding Stationery

Are you looking for personalised wedding stationery for your big day? I have lots of inspiration for your wedding day on my Instagram account. There’s also a curated collection of designs available on my website which is a great starting point.


Get in touch here and let’s create your dream wedding stationery for your big day.


More images from this dreamy pastel shoot….

Close up of wedding menu and place name in pastel colours to seamlessly blend in with the pastel flowers and styling

A wedding stationery collection in pastel blue and pink tones, using modern calligraphy and a white minimalist floral design

Close up of the intimate wedding table styled with a pastel colour theme and floral arrangement

Close up of the bride’s table setting with a blue candle, hexagonal place name with pressed flowers and calligraphy and pale blue designed crockery

Credits:

Photography: Hannah McClune

Venue: Euridge Manor

Planning: Jennifer Louise Wedding

Floral: Rebel and the Rose

Cake: Hayley Elizabeth Cake Designs

Rentals: Luxe My Wedding

Linens: 88 events

Hair: Parley Studio

Makeup: Tara Sanger

Jewelry: Holly Robinson Jewellery

Tableware: The Wedding Shop and Burleigh Pottery

Furniture Rentals: Furniture4Events

Dress: Suzanne Neville from The White Room

Groom’s Attire: The Cotswold Tailor

Models: Nadia Achha and Oliver Fernandez

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