I love Middleton Lodge estate and my new favourite part of the estate has to be The Fig House.
The Fig House with its exposed plaster and brickwork has just the right amount of sympathetic renovation to bring it right up to date for the contemporary couple seeking an elegant, laidback vibe and was perfect for Laura & Will.
Laura & Will held their cosy, late afternoon winter wedding in the boiler house followed by a relaxed feast in the Fig House. Lots of beautiful candle light and great music added to the relaxed atmosphere. We were very lucky to have had a beautiful crisp winters day and although the ceremony was later we were able to make a quick dash outside to the amazing gardens for some confetti and a few portraits.
Laura wore a stunning chic design from Andrea Hawkes bridal paired with a gorgeous pair of glittery Jimmy Choos. Laura’s sister, bridesmaid Emily wore a dark bottle green dress from one of my favourite American clothing brands Reformation. Beautiful florals were by Weddings & Events.
Here are some kind words from Laura & Will:
‘We wanted a very natural, documentary style of photography so we trawled the internet looking for someone who fitted that bill. When we came across Georgina Harrison’s site we loved everything about her style of photography (relaxed, documentary with a romantic quality) and knew she would be perfect! We met Georgina a few weeks before the wedding and realised that we had the same taste in almost everything! On the day, Georgina was amazing, so professional but also really fun. She made us laugh so much which really helped us relax into the more “staged” shots and so many of our guests have commented on how great she was. Georgina captured the day perfectly and our photos have such a beautiful quality to them. We really couldn’t have asked for a better photographer!’