Combermere Abbey Weddings – Open Day 30th April
I am absolutely delighted to be a Combermere Abbey Recommended Photographer! Combermere is one of my favourite venues to photograph – rain or shine – and it doesn’t matter which season of the year! Why? There are several reasons why to be honest! I LOVE how well looked after this beautiful Shropshire venue is. It is transparent how much the gardens are cared for, the grass is well kept (with the lines in from the petrol lawn mower!), gorgeous flowers and plants that smell delightful as you walk around the walled gardens anytime of year. They produce fruit juice from the apples and pears from the maze outside the Glasshouse, the cottages are stunning (and incredibly sociable if you want to make your wedding last the whole weekend!) The staff are brilliant! I could go one on and on.
I was invited along on Sunday to join in with the Open Day. Combermere Abbey invite some of their recommended suppliers along to join in with the Open Days to meet all you lovely newly engaged couples who are looking for a wonderful Shropshire Wedding Venue.
Spring has sprung!!
As you can see, Combermere is full of gorgeous blossoms! The Glasshouse is beautifully framed as you walk up the well maintained path ways.
The tulips look so incredibly vibrant in front of the Pavillion with the splendid blue sky as the backdrop!
Inside the Pavillion is where we -some of the suppliers, set up for the Open Day amongst the spectacular displays from Red Floral.
The Pavillion at Combermere
I really liked the way the Pavillion was set up on Sunday. For those reading this blog and have a large amount of people at your top table, take note of how the room was set up (in the photos!) Great way of keeping everyone together at your wedding breakfast (bridal party and family)
The Restored Edwardian Glasshouse
The Glasshouse was all set up for a real life ceremony, beautifully decorated and fantastic again for all weathers that we do experience on wedding days!
Combermere Abbey Recommended Photographer and Suppliers include: