The Fig House, a summer wedding.
Oh me oh my, if you are like me and LOVE walled gardens, flowing fabric and understated style with a bohemian undertone then this wedding is for you.
First up my absolute favourite venue, The Fig House & Kitchen Garden at Middleton Lodge. The garden is just utter perfection. I have had the joy of shooting in this garden in all seasons and whatever the weather/season is doing there are always areas of intrigue and beauty. You can see a winter wedding at Fig House here.
Louise & Andy wanted their day to be super relaxed with hints of romance. A candle lit ceremony and flowing greenery in the Boiler House, followed by champagne in the kitchen garden. Guests were then treated to scrumptious seasonal food in the gorgeous Fig House with its huge Georgian windows and fig vines climbing the original lime plaster.
Louise looked beyond elegant in her Pronovias gown with a super chic cowl back and buttons. A dust of sparkle from her Jimmy Choo’s and oh that utterly gorgeous white floral headband. Super talent Louise not only made her headband but also her stunning gold celestial inspired necklace (I am currently badgering Louise to launch her own jewellery line as she currently designers for other Uk brands). Louise also made bespoke pieces for her maids and mum, just the sweetest touch. The brilliant Emily Hawkes bridal was on hand styling Lousie’s locks, go check Emily out here she is all kind of wonderful and never fails to nail that super natural look.
Any readers of the blog or followers on insta will know I am a floral addict. Louise chose the brilliant Katy over at Ginger Rose for her wonderful undone, lots of greenery wild style. I loved Katy’s creation in the Boiler House for the ceremony too.
If you are planning your Middleton Lodge wedding do explore