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Rustic Wedding Inspiration - Hanging Gardens at Maunsel House

Images by Helen Lisk Photography.

Fancy an alfresco summer wedding party? Then take a look at this gorgeous outdoor space at Somerset wedding venue Maunsel House. I adore the terracotta tones in this editorial designed by Nikki, the wonderful stationer and stylist behind Knots & Kisses.

Notes from the Stylist

Nikki says…

I was totally inspired by the beautiful pergola at Maunsel House and its existing florals. The idea of having the majority of the floral decorations for a wedding hanging from above rather than on the tables lead to a ‘Hanging Gardens’ theme, incorporating not only beautiful hanging floral arrangements but also the interiors trend for hanging pot plants.

This theme followed on into ideas for a hanging ‘floating’ cake and also a hanging fabric table plan… both of which worked amazingly with the already stunning roses on the pergola.

Colour inspiration again came from interiors trends and I really wanted to introduce an on trend terracotta colour into a traditional palette of blush and burgundy to give the colour scheme a bit more of an edge.

Credits

Venue Maunsel House

Styling, Stationery & Co-ordination Knots & Kisses

Photography Helen Lisk Photography

Cake Edible Essence

Florist Blooming Divine

Tableware Keeping It Vintage

Hair & Make Up Tracy Pallari

Dresses & Accessories Olivia Hooper

Furniture Virginias Vintage Hire

Napkins & Ribbons Beyond Vintage

Rings Erin Cox Jewellery and Molten Wedding Ring Company

With thanks to Model Amy

Maunsel House

Somerset, South West

 

The romantic charm of Maunsel House lies in the family home atmosphere; full of character, history and beauty.

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  • Couple's choice
  • In-house
  • Sleeps 66
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Emma Hla

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Emma Hla

Emma is the founder & curator of these award-winning pages. Passionate about venues, interiors and a good Whiskey Sour. You'll also find Emma working as a Creative Director consulting for wedding venues around the UK.

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