Perfect Summer Wedding

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Imagine a wedding inspired by the brilliant glow of the summer sun. That is exactly what Jasmine and Ted did upon touring Brympton House. They knew the stunning 33 acres of parklands and gardens were the perfect match for their desired summer wedding.

In the theme of classic, elegant simplicity, and together with the Brympton House Styling Team, Jasmine and Ted chose subtle, chic, tones of blush Peonies and country garden roses to adorn the rustic ends of the pews in Brympton House’s, charming St.Andrews church. The floral arrangements carried through to dress the centers of the crisp, white, table linens in the exquisite Ballroom. The natural light of the sun poured through the windows, creating a grand setting for the guests to enjoy the magnificent wedding breakfast.

David Jenkins photography captured all the special moments for the bride and groom, family and friends, to cherish and remember the incredible celebration of Jasmine and Ted’s celebration of love.

The Wedding

After seeing Brympton House’s stunning garden and grounds, the decision was obvious; Jasmine and Ted would marry on a perfect summer day, in the venue of their dreams.

Venue

Brympton House is an historic and romantic medieval manor house, located in the rolling hills of Somerset. The Mansion, with its exquisite Tudor front, stands majestically among 33 stunning acres of parkland, a romantic walled garden, an orchard, a Japanese garden, a tennis court and a cricket pitch, so lots of choices as to pictures and numerous various spaces for every part of your special day.

Color Scheme & DecorPerfect Summer Wedding    Imagine a wedding inspired by the brilliant glow of the summer sun. That is exactly what Jasmine and Ted did upon touring Brympton House. They knew the stunning 33 acres of parklands and gardens were the perfect match for their desired summer wedding.   In the theme of classic, elegant simplicity, and together with the Brympton House Styling Team, Jasmine and Ted chose subtle, chic, tones of blush Peonies and country garden roses to adorn the rustic ends of the pews in Brympton House’s, charming St.Andrews church. The floral arrangements carried through to dress the centers of the crisp, white, table linens in the exquisite Ballroom. The natural light of the sun poured through the windows, creating a grand setting for the guests to enjoy the magnificent wedding breakfast.   David Jenkins photography captured all the special moments for the bride and groom, family and friends, to cherish and remember the incredible celebration of Jasmine and Ted’s celebration of love.   The Wedding  After seeing Brympton House’s stunning garden and grounds, the decision was obvious; Jasmine and Ted would marry on a perfect summer day, in the venue of their dreams.   Venue  Brympton House is an historic and romantic medieval manor house, located in the rolling hills of Somerset. The Mansion, with its exquisite Tudor front, stands majestically among 33 stunning acres of parkland, a romantic walled garden, an orchard, a Japanese garden, a tennis court and a cricket pitch, so lots of choices as to pictures and numerous various spaces for every part of your special day.   Color Scheme & Decor Jasmine and Ted chose a sophisticated palette of blush tones and vintage white, to compliment the rustic chic Brympton House venue. Natural golden sun provided the perfect lighting for this afternoon wedding. The sprawling lush gardens offered a stunning backdrop to complete a picture perfect day.

Jasmine and Ted chose a sophisticated palette of blush tones and vintage white, to compliment the rustic chic Brympton House venue. Natural golden sun provided the perfect lighting for this afternoon wedding. The sprawling lush gardens offered a stunning backdrop to complete a picture perfect day.

Photographer

“I want your photographs to be filled with your spontaneity and feel like a collection of art uniquely about you and your families.” David Jenkins photographyDavid Jenkins photo collections are nothing less than spectacular authentic, representations of the special moments of your memorable day. This is what made the decision so clear for Jasmine and Ted to choose David Jenkins photography as their wedding photographer.

Flowers & Foliage

The Bride and Groom chose the subtle blush tones of Peonies, and country garden Roses which Brympton House’s professional in house floral department then arranged into beautiful bouquets to adorn the aisles of St Andrew’s Church as well as the table center pieces for the Ballroom breakfast. The bride’s bouquet was a romantic, combination of the same, soft, ethereal, Peonies and Roses which complemented her gown in the most sophisticated way.

Celebrations

Jasmine and Ted’s day began with guests meeting and mingling in the Library Bar & Morning Room in anticipation of the ceremony which followed in the romantic, 14th century, St. Andrew's Church. Family and friends were then invited to a lovely reception of games and cocktails on the spectacular South Terrace. Breakfast and speeches were held in the Ballroom, where guests celebrated with incredible food, warm conversation, and heartfelt toasts to Jasmine and Ted. To complete the celebration, the Bride, Groom, and guests gathered in The Stables Bar to dance the day away!  

Tablescape

The Ballroom tables were elegantly set with stunning low level centerpieces of a clear glass hurricane lantern, set within a floral ring of blush, and classic white peonies and country roses, set atop a crisp white linen to maintain the elegant, classic feel. The tables were completed with silver flatware, white china, and clear glass, with each setting having a minimalistic votive candle. Styling, by the Brympton House in house Styling Team, was kept simple, classic and chic, just as the Bride and Groom had envisioned.

Final Thoughts

Jasmine and Ted’s special day was graced with love and laughter from the most important people; family and friends. Everything about their day, from the decor to the dancing, was exquisite and uniquely them.

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