top of page
  • Vanilla Orchid Flowers

Harlaxton Manor Wedding ~ Natasha & Pawel

Updated: Aug 30, 2019

The beautiful Spring wedding of Natasha & Pawel was held at the stunning Harlaxton Manor. The couple wanted the theme of vintage glamour with a slightly wild and dreamy feel. A colour mix of sky blue, white, green, pastel pinks and lilacs fused together beautifully with elements of classic vintage charm in its styling. Credit to Magda K photography ( for the beautiful wedding photography below.

Befitting such a grand venue, the bride looked absolutely stunning in her dress with two trailing matching veils. Natasha wanted a dreamy, slightly wild, pastel coloured bouquet with a antique finish to match with the theme of vintage glamour...and it's fair to say it didn't disappoint!

Using a gorgeous mix of pale blue hydrangeas, white astilbe, bombastic spray roses, secret garden, faith, amnesia, earl grey and sweet scented white o'hara garden roses with stems of eucalyptus gave it a wild and dreamy feel.

The couple had a fusion of Sri-Lankan accents to the wedding with their lively and stunning entrance to the venue lead by traditional Kandyan dancers. Her bridesmaids wore pale blue dresses which matched the colour scheme beautifully.

The theme carried through together perfectly for the venue styling. Using the same bloomy mix of varied eucalyptus types, pale blue hydrangeas, bombastic spray roses, amnesia, faith, earl grey, keano and secret garden roses to create a soft, dreamy feel with classic vintage charm. The floral arrangements were mounted on clear tall lily vases which gave them the appearance of being suspended in air, adding to the dreamy look along with the sky painted ceilings of the venue.

What a beautiful wedding day with charming, dreamy vintage style and sophistication for such a wonderful couple. It was a joy and pleasure to create their vision for their special day and to look back at these memorable moments captured beautifully by Magda K photography (

162 views0 comments


Commenting has been turned off.
bottom of page