Tom and Ali’s Wedding, Nonsuch Park

Mantelpiece at Nonsuch Mansion

Mantelpiece at Nonsuch Mansion. Photo: Eddie Judd Photography

Tom and Ali’s wedding at Nonsuch Mansion was truly magical. Nonsuch Mansion is situated in the grounds of Nonsuch Park, the site of one of Henry VIII’s favourite palaces.

The wedding flowers were informal with a touch of the classic – the bridal bouquet, pale pink peonies with antique pink roses, last of the season forget-me-nots and Limonium.

Wedding bouquet with pale pink peonies with antique pink roses

Wedding bouquet with pale pink peonies with antique pink roses. Photo: Eddie Judd Photography

A bicycle basket overflowed with pots of herbs and foxgloves and the mantelpiece was filled with pots of foxgloves, Campanula, Veronica and lupins.
Bicycle with foxgloves

Bicycle with foxgloves. Photo: Eddie Judd Photography

Each table had three cracked silver candle votives of various sizes filled with Viburnum, mint, peony, forget-me-nots, rose, Nigella, Campanula and snapdragons.

A wedding that embraced the wealth of plants and flowers available in late spring/early summer.


Bouquets. Photo: Eddie Judd Photography

Wedding table flowers

Wedding table flowers. Photo: Eddie Judd Photography

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