Pretty in Pink Wedding


What color comes to mind when you think of romance, femininity, and love? Pink, of course! For Chloe and Lee, this was an obvious choice for their wedding palette. From their flowers to the bridesmaids’ dresses, shades of pink would be seen throughout this gorgeous, summer wedding! The only thing left to do, was to find the perfect venue.

Once the Bride and Groom toured Brympton House, they were immediately taken by the historical feel of the many venues they had to choose from. From their ceremony to dancing, Chloe and Lee knew they would celebrate with their loved ones in a chic, authentic setting. They were instantly inspired by the 33 acres of stunning parkland grounds, and could envision themselves, hand in hand, as husband and wife, sipping champagne on the elegant South Terrace, overlooking the serene lake.

It was decided! Together with the Brympton House Styling Team, Chloe and Lee began planning their Pretty in Pink, special day.  

The Wedding

It was obvious to the Brympton House exclusive professionals, that Chloe and Lee were a fun, yet sophisticated couple, and the Styling Team worked diligently to reflect that in their wedding. As a result, the day was filled with special touches, unique to the Bride and Groom.


Chloe and Lee said their “I dos” in the charming, Castle House. Glowing with the natural light of the sun pouring through the many windows, and adorned with foliage wound around the floor to ceiling posts, bunches of ethereal Gypsophila hanging from the ends of the pews, and a romantic dusting of classic white rose petals lining the aisle, Castle House was the perfect setting for the very first moments of husband and wife.

Guests dined together in the elegant Ballroom where conversation, laughter, and heartfelt toasts could be heard throughout. The Bride and Groom chose a wonderful menu to be prepared and professionally served by the inhouse caterers, and everyone enjoyed the excellent company and fine food.

The evening would end with fun, fun, fun, as everyone let loose and danced the night away on site, in The Stables Bar!

Color Scheme and Decor

May I just say, the soft tones of pink chosen by Chloe and Lee for their summer wedding were nothing less than stunning sophistication! From the pastels to misty rose to flamingo, touches of Pink were spotted everywhere! The Styling Team really understood the bride and groom’s vision for a pretty in pink wedding, and delivered with subtle chic elegance.

The ceremony took place in the Castle House, where the window sills were embellished with eclectic collections of silver candle holders holding antique white candles of various sizes. In addition to the radiant sun shining in, the candles emitted a warm, romantic glow. Together with the green foliage, and the classic white rose petals lining the aisle, the ceremony venue decor was rustic, chic, perfection.

Is there a better, more elegant space to dine with family and friends than an exquisite Ballroom? Chloe and Lee didn’t think so either when they chose this spectacular venue. The room was exquisite in its simplicity, allowing the subtle accents of pink to juxtapose with the crisp white textiles to create a warm, romantic feel.

Dancing in an Historic Stable? Yes please! Guest danced the night away in the gorgeous, rustic, Stables Bar. Chloe and Lee chose club style lighting to give their guests a truly fun, party experience. What a fantastic way to end the perfect day!


It's important to you that [your wedding day] is preserved in a way which captures the very essence and joy of the occasion, which you can relive for years to come. You need your wedding photographs to be beautiful, just like your day.”   Moments in Time Wedding Photography

The unique moments of Chloe and Lee’s special day were expertly and thoughtfully captured by Moments in Time Wedding Photography.

Flowers and Foliage

The bridal bouquet, created by Brympton House professional florists, was an exquisite arrangement of the softest, most romantic pink tulips surrounded by blooming country roses of the exact same shade. This classically beautiful arrangement complemented Chloe’s dress, fabulously!

The ceremony space boasted both greenery and fresh flowers, with lush green vines being twisted around the natural wood posts, and threaded through the nests of candle holders on the window sills. Arrangements of Gypsophila sprung from the ends of the pews and a delicate dusting of ivory rose petals lined the aisle.

For dining, guests were greeted by the table plan with a border of tightly packed Roses, Hydrangeas and Gypsophila, in classic shades of white and of course - pink! The gorgeous flowers continued through the Ballroom, gracing each centerpiece with the same subtle, romantic, tones.

We have to acknowledge the natural foliage of the venue itself. With 33 acres of lush green parkland, and natural summer blooms, this wedding was a true collaboration of the Bride and Groom, the Brympton House professional Styling Team, and mother nature herself!

Table Scape

The tables in the Ballroom were styled impeccably! Guest tables were dressed with centerpieces of tall, ivory candelabras, topped with a pale pink and vintage white rose garland, with a pop of green vine trailing down to the crisp white linen. Classic white china and polished silver cutlery, completed the luxurious tablescapes. Beautiful tightly packed flower arrangements of soft shades of pink and white, adorned the edge of the Bridal Table; simply stunning.


Final Thoughts

Chloe and Lee’s Pretty in Pink Wedding was as romantic and fun, as the couple themselves. From the sweet ceremony to the lively dancing in the Stables, the entire day to night was enjoyed by the most important people in their lives and will be forever cherished!

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