When Hayley got in touch to ask if I would be interested in photographing her wedding at the Lost Orangery I was delighted and intrigued. I’d not heard of the venue and there was little online about it. Weddings are new to this space but Euridge Manor and gardens have a rich history. From the moment we arrived we were blown away by the incredibly light space and wonderful gardens.
Hayley and Lawrence were a joy to photograph. After their beautiful ceremony in Newton st Loe’s church we all returned to the drinks reception held looking out over the Cotswolds and the beautiful boathouse. After drinks, guests were treated to the delights of Alexis’ cooking inside the orangery which had been decorated by Tattie of Tattie Rose Flowers. A mixture of Orange trees, peonies and wild foliage combined with contrasting blue candles and napkins made the space look even more incredible.
Hayley and Lawrence then had the run of the gardens for some portraits and we made sure we checked out all of the spaces including the walled gardens, the boating lake and the topiary edged paths.
In the evening, after the wonderful food, everyone enjoyed a cocktail hour out on the terrace looking out over the walled gardens as the sun set.
What a delightful place to celebrate a wedding – if you are looking for an intimate space for your celebration we couldn’t recommend the Lost Orangery more highly.
A wedding at The Lost Orangery suppliers:
Photographed on film using Fuji 400H and Kodak Portra
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