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Champagne was very much on the minds of this couple, who made it the theme for their 3 day mid-week wedding celebration at the stunning Whatley Manor in Wiltshire.

Mosts guests travelled from afar to attend the wedding so made a stay of it with casual dinner and drinks in the bar the night before. Kelly enjoyed getting ready in the spacious suite at Whatley Manor as their guests gathered underneath The Loggia which provided a beautiful and rustic country setting for the couple to exchange their wedding vows. The Loggia was the perfect location to dress in a champagne style as climbing wisteria is a permanent feature and touches of white were added by way of pew/chair backs, rustic cream painted ‘reserved’ signs and then white French chateau chairs: naturally all things champagne must be French!

The dining room was filled with lots of natural whites, foliage and grapes to create a calm, elegant and crisp setting for a veritable feast…

Guests took in the immaculate beauty of the Whatley Manor gardens in the sunshine whilst indulging in some fine rosé champagne as the notes of the acoustic guitar wafted over them. Many took time to marvel at the very unique seating plan which took in the use of green bottles, wine labels, trellis, trailing foliage and bespoke tags, to create a vine feel of course.

The dining room was filled again with lots of natural whites, foliage and grapes to create a calm, elegant and crisp setting for a veritable feast. The couple are big foodies so the menu was very important to them as were the wines of course. And whilst the adults dined in style, the kids were having a party of their own. They made use of Whatley’s cinema for a movie afternoon complete with burgers, ice cream and popcorn! It went down a treat.
After dinner, the couple were keen to create a different feel for the evening and to build a really contemporary and stylish bar area to continue the party. The bespoke marquee contained lots of perspex, angular furniture, a show-stopping bar, mirrors, more champagne and, as night fell, lots of blue uplighting to create a cool and chilled area adjoining the thronging dancefloor inside.

Kelly and Jason then celebrated their first full day as Mr and Mrs with a laid-back afternoon-long hog roast in the Loggia of Whatley Manor before waving off their guests.