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WEDDINGS AT HUNGERTON, LINCOLNSHIRE

December 6, 2018

Back in June, I met with the lovely Isabel and Chris at Hungerton Hall after being recommended to them be a wedding supplier I worked with a few years ago. They were looking to work with an experienced wedding planner, who they got on with and understood their ethos and future plans for the hall.

After a proposal was put together, they asked me to organise a styled shoot for them at the end of September.  Timeless, classic, romantic and dreamy was the inspiration for the shoot.   It really was about finding the ‘right fit’ with the suppliers (full credits below), which will hopefully form a very important future for Hungerton Hall.

Thank you so much to all of the suppliers that were involved with this shoot and to Isabel and Chris for their amazing hospitality during the day, what a fabulous day it was.

As a result of the styled shoot and our growing relationship, they have also asked me to assist and manage their marquee weddings that they are planning for next year and beyond.

Here are some gorgeous images from our styled shoot to help promote their gorgeous grounds and idyllic setting.  A truly perfect setting for an elegant country wedding with a beautiful church within a couple of minutes drive.

THE DREAM TEAM

Planning, styling, organisation – Amaranthyne Weddings
Photography – Lusina Photography
Flowers and floral styling – Limewood Flowers
Bespoke wedding dresses (with the exception of the lace sleeved one, which was Rose’s grandmothers) – Sheena Solis Bride
Men’s suit – Vow Bridal
Make-up – Kokoshka Makeup
Hair – The Bridal Hair Professionals
Table stationery – Polka Dot Creations
Wedding cake – House of Cake
Table and chair hire – Every Occasion Marquees
Models – Rose and Joe, with a special appearance by Cloudy the puppy

If you are interested in the lovely marquee weddings planned at Hungerton, please get in touch with me through my website.

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