Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographer – Clementine & Olivier
Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographer
As a recommended Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographer, I’m lucky to shoot at Nonsuch Mansion several times a year. I’m always conscious that I need to give my clients fresh new images of their wedding and if you work at the same venue regularly – its important not to repeat what you did there the last time. The beauty of Nonsuch is the variety of locations you have at your disposal. I love working there, the inside is gorgeous and the grounds vast – there’s always something new to find.
Clementine and Olivier hired me as their Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographer earlier in the year and I was really excited to be working for them. The couple hired talented wedding planners Cherry Topped. Stacey-Marie’s attention to detail was fantastic. The bride and groom are both French and the cross-over between their french roots and love for London came through in the styling.
Stacey-Marie from Cherry Topped helped the couple fine tune their ideas and the overall result was truly beautiful. There was a subtle Mary Poppins theme, seen in the use of silhouettes stripes with bright and summery colours with mint green and sky blue to run through the stationery and ribbons. Bridesmaids in sky blue chiffon dresses and Groomsmen wearing blue ties. Miniature spirit bottles with gift tags – “medicine” and a quotation above the table which said “A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down”.
There was a Polaroid camera with fancy dress props together with guest book – straw boater hat, moustache, umbrella, bow tie and lots of other props.
The couples French influence came across with Champagne, French sweets in tins as favours, French stationery style “Ooh La La”, French „order of the day‟ and French readings during the ceremony. The English influence came across with tea bags in tins as favours, English food produce, an English Mansion House venue, red London Routemaster bus for guest transportation and a post-box for guest cards.
Clementine and Olivier’s shared love of travel and living in various countries to come through in “Jolly Holidays” and silhouettes of worldwide landmarks as table names. I echoed this with a silhouetted picture of them in the doorway of Nonsuch Mansion.
Their flowers were classic and simple with white roses and white baby‟s breath (gypsophila). The couple loved water so had floating candles as table centres.
One of the loveliest touches to see as their Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Photographer was Clementine’s personalised bridal bouquet made from cuts of her mother‟s wedding dress, her best friend‟s wedding dress and some flowers her mum had made.
The food of course was excellent – the brilliant team from Bovington’s were again at the helm!
Here are some of my favourite pictures…