By On Sep 06, 2018 ideas
It’s important that your venue is equally as brilliant by night as it is by day, given that your celebrations might well extend into the early hours. This is where The Hangar at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall really comes into its own, thanks to its twinkling starlit ceiling that promises to make your first dance truly magical, as well as your photographs.
When you are getting married in a country house, you’re often already blessed with high ceilings, grand interiors and lots of space. Kirsty and David certainly were when they married here at Iscoyd Park, making the most of both their ceremony and reception rooms by introducing tall blossom trees, drawing the eye upwards and adding a romantic, fairytale finishing touch.
Echoing the glistening glass chandeliers that make Danesfield House so stunning, Anouska and Greig added shiny silver candelabra to their tables to complement their venue’s existing style. Finished with elegant roses, softening gypsophila and garlands of crystal beads, they enhanced the glittering effect of the chandeliers above. And the result? A wedding reception that was chic, stylish and super luxurious.
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