Spring in the Orangery

Spring at Hayne House as featured in Your Kent Wedding Magazine

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The new Orangery at Hayne House was a wonderful setting for My Wedding Professional’s spring styled shoot. With natural light streaming through the lantern ceilings it was a perfect light and airy spring day.

The Orangery is nestled near the house with the gardens wrapping around it, creating the lovely blend of elegant inside space and stunning outdoor views.

To compliment the feel of the venue we chose a classic soft flowing gown, teamed with exquisite simple styling in blush tones that is very much on trend, then added deep raspberry to give vibrancy and colour.


How we got the look.

The Makeup

Elizabeth Joseph Love chose a pretty, pink shimmer for the eyelids to reflect the natural light, with darker pinks and browns to sculpt the crease. Long, bold lashes were added for extra drama and this monochromatic look was completed with a deep, raspberry lip.

The Hair

Angela from RKW Hair said she was inspired by the the venue grounds and the English garden feel.

“I went for soft and romantic hair to complement the soft fabric of the bridal gown.
Accessories were chosen with the colours complementing the flowers and venue colours/decor.”

The Dress

The stunning Stella York 6707 affectionately named at Victoria’s Bridal Boutique as “Mia” has a romantic skirt and boho lace bodice with a deep V-neckline, halter inspired straps and a jaw dropping completely open back.

The soft tulle skirt has a small train that makes dancing a breeze. It’s perfect for a bride looking for comfort and romance with a unique and modern twist.

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The Flower girls

Every little girl dreams of being a princess and with the Cindy flower girls dress, she can. These gorgeous little gowns are made from a soft lining for comfort, a tulle over lay and completed with an elegant beaded belt. They start at 6 months and go up to an age 12.

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The Stationery

By Blossom wanted to convey the feeing of being in the Orangery – half inside, half out… undercover but light and airy, just a step away from the beautiful gardens.

Our laser cutter allowed us to experiment with different shapes and we created the ‘garden gateway’ design, with windows reminiscent of the orangery, and roses and foliage inspired by the gardens.

The cake

Shelley’s Cakes creating an amazing 3 tier wedding cake that perfectly complimented the white and pink colour scheme. Not only was the top adorned with pretty flowers, the cake included ruffles and drip features, all very on trend at the moment!

The Flowers

Wild Idea’s Flowers used white and pink blossom to decorate the venue and give it a real spring feel.

The Details

From scented candles to chocolate favours, we made sure all the details were included for that final finishing touch. Our pretty favour boxes full of white chocolate and raspberry truffles were from Flutterbee Me and the scents of the summer were provided by Crystal Cole Candles.

The Ceremony

Karina from Simply Ceremonies can write your ceremony from scratch so that it is personal to you.

The Lights

As day turned to night Light It Up UK transformed the garden with light up letters and festoon lighting, adding a real touch of magic.

The Dancing

Finally, no wedding is complete without music to dance the night away to, Mint DJ’s gave us the atmosphere with up lighters and smoke.

The Photography

Photography by husband and wife team, Jeff Oliver Photography. Capturing all the moments throughout the day.

Get the look

If you would like to recreate our whole look for your wedding or are interested in any of the My Wedding Professionals service’s get in touch, we’d we happy to help you make your wedding day dreams come true!

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