Elegant and exclusively theirs, this romantic setting at the heart of Northumberland offered this couple a beautiful botanical backdrop.
Here Comes the Sun…
On the hottest day of the year, Shelley and Craig started the next chapter in their love story, six years in the making; under a cloudless sky.
Horton Grange’s four acres of intimate, manicured grounds provided a laid-back space, with both indoor and outdoor nuptial spaces, for the couple to take their first steps into married life. With a strict one wedding per day policy, Shelley and Craig were able to spend their special day with all of their loved ones.
An Open-Air Ceremony
After watching one of her best friends get married wearing a gown from The Wedding Dress Company, Shelley knew that it was the place she would find her ‘I do’ look.
Shelley’s most memorable marriage moment was when Craig saw her in her Stella York gown for the very first time, before saying their vows in front of Horton Grange’s romantic, duck-egg blue gazebo. The venue’s generous outdoor space was more than accommodating enough for all of the bride and groom’s guests.
‘I’ll never forget the moment I reached the bottom of the aisle; when everyone turned to me and I could see Craig at the end.’ – Shelley
Relaxed and Refreshing
Horton Grange’s relaxed and refreshing style lent itself effortlessly with the couples rustic theme and pastel colour palette. Delicate hessian and wooden accessories, along with whimsical bunting complimented the Grade II listed county house’s distinctive mix of contemporary and traditional décor and allowed for the fun-loving and easy-going atmosphere Shelley and Craig had dreamed of.
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