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ROMANTIC SPRING BARN WEDDING

Chantelle and Marcus held their wedding day at Hyde House, a Victorian house and barns in the heart of the Cotswolds. Wedding Photographer Siobhan Beales captured all the details of the day, including the romantic styling by Wedding Creations. Cotswold Blooms supplied an abundance of stunning florals, including this incredible floral arch featuring pastel pink and white roses, peonies and hydrangea. I love the blush pink colour palette touches throughout the day.

Bride and groom stand and pose in front of a floral arch

The ceremony took place in The Grange at Hyde House, with gorgeous daylight streaming through the windows and rustic oak beams.

Wedding ceremony set up in a barn with lots of pastel florals and rustic wooden chairs

Wedding Breakfast Set Up

For the celebration of the wedding breakfast, the barn was set up with a long top table and round tables for the wedding guests. Accompanied with rustic wooden chairs, crisp fresh white linen and stunning pastel floral centrepieces on tall stands.

Wedding breakfast round tables with rustic wooden chairs, crisp fresh white linen and pastel floral centrepieces on tall stands.

For each guest place setting I hand calligraphered the place name in gold on white card, which was layered on a blush pink wedding menu and secured with a contemporary pin.

Wedding guest place setting with gold calligraphy on a white place name card, layered on a blush pink wedding menu and secured with a contemporary pin.

Wedding Signage

Chantelle and Marcus welcomed their guests to their big day in style with a wedding welcome sign, designed with black calligraphy on a white background for a contemporary look. The sign was tied to a white stand with silk ribbon.

Wedding welcome sign designed with black calligraphy on a white background for a contemporary look. The sign is tied to a white stand with silk ribbon.

The monochrome palette continued through to the order of the day signage with a touch of black calligraphy and personalisation for the couple. I love the styling here with the white frame, candles and pastel florals.

Wedding order of the day sign with black calligraphy on white card. Placed on a white frame, styled with candles and pastel florals.

The table plan used touches of calligraphy in black, ready for guests to discover their seat.

A white table plan designed with touches of calligraphy in black, held on a white stand.

Wedding Outfits

The beautiful bride Chantelle wore a stunning dress with floral lace applique detail, a deep v neckline, stunning back detail and a full skirt. Her hair was styled into glamorous waves, combined with a radiant make up look.

The bride leans into the groom as they pose outside in the grounds of the wedding venue

Chantelle’s bridesmaids looked gorgeous in matching blush pink maxi dresses.

The bride with four bridesmaids in matching blush pink maxi dresses, all holding bouquets

Groom Marcus and his groomsmen all wore a blue three-piece suit with white shirts and blush pink ties.

The groom and groomsmen in matching 3 piece blue suits.

I was delighted to be a part of Chantelle and Marcus’ wedding day and wish them all the happiness for their future together. Here’s a few more photos from their romantic day….

Outside photo of wedding venue Hyde House with florals and a wedding welcome sign.

Close up of the bride’s bouquet with foliage, blush pink and white delicate flowers

The bride and groom cut their wedding cake together

Luxury Wedding Stationery

Are you feeling inspired by Chantelle and Marcus’ beautiful wedding day and planning your own big day? Let’s create your dream wedding stationery! I have a curated collection of designs on my website which can all be customised to your colour palette which is a great starting point.


If you’re looking for more inspiration then have a browse through my Instagram and Pinterest accounts. Please get in touch me here with any questions.


Credits:

Venue: Hyde House

Photographer: Siobhan Beales

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