Real Weddings 2018-03-13T16:37:47+00:00

Aine Mcquid & Anthony O’sullivan

From when Aine & Anthony first booked the The Walled Garden for their wedding reception in September 2016, they always had their heart set on a beautiful Catholic ceremony followed by an elegant and sophisticated reception. The Gribbons captured the Italian inspired wedding, which included the most amazing suppliers. Ultra elegant styling was provided by Imagine Events, who dressed The Walled Garden with grey table linen & napkins, peach chair sashes and detailed gold charger plates. Floral Deco added green foliage and peach peonies which resulted in a truly stunning colour palette. On arrival, Aine and Anthony treated their guests to strawberry daiquiris and canapés, followed by a delicious three course meal, which included pressed ham hock terrine, chicken in a wild mushroom cream, and our lovely Beeston Fields Pavlova. After their meal, Anthony announced in his groom’s speech that the couple are expecting their third child, which added such a lovely surprise for their family and friends. Yummy Little Cakes not only supplied a stunning 3 tier cake, but also a cookie wall, which proved to be very popular with all of their guests. Whilst guests tucked into pizza in the evening & enjoyed entertainment by live band Mansfield Avenue, the children could freely explore the garden.

The day was truly magical….

Louise Wilkinson & David Nichols

Outdoor ceremonies don’t get much better than this! It was a gorgeous sunny day for Louise and Dave who held their garden blessing and wedding reception here at The Walled Garden in May 2017. The guests took their seats around the bandstand, which was covered in beautiful blooms by Floral Deco, who also supplied pastel floral centre pieces. Following the ceremony, which was led by Ingrid Tapp who reflected the couple’s personality perfectly, guests were served pimms, peroni and canapés…The Walled Garden was dressed by Mad Philomena who provided geometric ceiling decorations, lazer cut place cards, perspex signs and rose gold table runners which added the perfect amount of sparkle to the marquee. For their wedding breakfast, Louise & Dave chose a prawn and mango salad, followed by a rack of pork with apricot and apple puree. The ice cream tricycle then opened on the back lawn following the speeches which featured lots of shots of tequila. A magician and DJ entertained guests and Italian Antipasti platters were on the evening menu, which included Milano salami, buffalo mozzarella and focaccia wedges served alongside wedding cake provided by the super talented Yummy Little Cakes.  It was clear Louise and Dave had a lovely vision of how they wanted their wedding day, and this was stunningly shot by Sarah Beth Photography.

Larah & James

Larah and James opted for a summer marquee wedding complimented with delicate shades of mint green and vibrant coral. The tables were filled with blooms from Floral Decoflorists and lanterns adorned the ceiling. Their ceremony took place in the Sun Lounge surrounded by seventy of their close family and friends followed by cocktails and canapes in the marquee gardens. Larah and James kept their wedding breakfast traditional opting for a sit down three course menu. For starter they had chicken and ham hock terrine, followed by French trimmed chicken in a white wine and wild mushroom sauce and dessert was a luxurious chocolate torte with Chantilly cream. After the meal tea and coffee was served and guests were treated to a stage performance from Looch who wowed guest with his mind reading and magic. The day was blessed with glorious sunshine which resulted in photogenick photography capturing these beautiful shots of the couple in the marquee gardens.

Luke & Zoe

Zoë & Luke filled the marquee with foliage, flowers and lots of cake! The couple opted for a pretty garden-inspired wedding theme with a beautiful outdoor ceremony followed by ice-cream and drinks. The talented bride added a personal touch to their wedding day by creating homemade Pimm’s jars for wedding favours. Zoe and Luke continued their garden theme inside the marquee. Their centrepieces were a selection of flowers that looked like they had been picked directly from a meadow and were put together by Marie from Fruits of the Florist. For the wedding breakfast slow braised shoulder of lamb was served. The garden theme then continued as the desserts of Belgian chocolate tart with a Chantilly cream were topped with edible flowers. The amazing Grace Elizabeth Photography was there to capture all the stunning details as the day unfolded.