Wedding At Osborne House

Wedding at Osborne House

Jason, Sarah & Dean were an excellent team and even years later, we still love looking back at the moments they captured which then remind us of all of other special moments from the day that can often get forgotten as the years pass by. Not only this, but we also remember how they made us feel and on such a big day they were a calming influence that fitted seamlessly in to the running of the day; sharing helpful advice along the way and connecting with our guests to capture ‘real’ moments.

Describe your inspiration for your Osborne House wedding day

Summer solstice – a wonderfully hot summers day, full of sunshine, love and connection with friends and family.

Why did you choose Osborne House as your wedding venue?

I (Emma) often visited Osborne growing up and had many happy memories there, it also offered a lot of space regardless of weather (which you can never really rely on in the UK!) and we also loved the idea of a wedding venue that would hopefully always be there so that we could go back and reminisce on all the happy memories we made with our loved ones

What was the colour palette and why was it chosen?

Muted palette of white, ivory and pale pinks. I dreamed of an all white colour palette for simplicity however was encouraged by the florist to include some slight colour to give some depth to the flowers. It also worked well with the venue.

What was a unique about the venue that stood out in your memory?

Goodness everything from the calmness of the beach at dusk, to the stunning walled garden full of flowers to the beautiful terraces in the sunshine listening to the laughter and happy chatter of our guests.

Vendor List

Dress – @fmndesigns | Suits – @osbornesiow | Venue – @englishheritage | Photographer – @jasonmarkharris | Videographer – | Entertainment – Huxley the magician (highly recommend) | Tony Martin DJ | Hair and Make Up – @mua_lynzeymarie | Bridal party Favours – @littlejoyjeweller

Of course you need to love my work, but it’s not just about that. It’s a personal connection we’ll either have or we won’t. It’s that ‘we feel like we’ve known you for years’ familiarity that lets you feel comfortable to be yourselves. I might be that guy, or I might not be, and either way is honestly fine. But I’m dying to find out!