Nash Conservatory and Orangery perfect backdrop for a magical day
The Nash Conservatory was the perfect backdrop for Joanna and Jamie’s beautiful wedding ceremony. The 19th Century glasshouse provided exceptional light and views of the botanical gardens, giving an outside feel and a unique ambience to the ceremony. The bride was picture-perfect, old-school elegance in a stunning lace-sleeved gown with classic cathedral train. She carried a loose bouquet which gathered summer blooms with pastel hues of rose, peach and sherbet lemon, mixed with foliage in shades of soft green, a theme echoed in the floral designs decorating the end of each row.
Following the ceremony, the wedding breakfast was held in the Orangery. The building’s arched windows and high ceilings offered the ultimate in elegant sophistication which suited Joanna and Jamie’s style perfectly. Grand and formal but not stuffy, the Orangery guarantees a very special atmosphere and a memorable experience for couples and their guests.
As darkness fell, lights twinkled in the trees beyond the Orangery, adding a final touch of magic to a wonderful day.
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