Gunnersbury Park Weddings

I live and work in the London Borough of Ealing so I was delighted to be able to have a look around the newly refurbished Gunnersbury Park House. It’s a gorgeous 17th Century mansion house set in parkland - and it’s recently been restored to its former glory for weddings of up to 180 guests.

I took part in a styled photoshoot here alongside some of Ealing’s finest suppliers, with cakes and dining in the main house and also the Orangery.

If you have booked your big day at Gunnersbury Park then please get in touch to talk about cake. I will deliver your cake here for FREE, set it all up in position, and do all the liaising with the venue and other suppliers.

Gunnersbury Park Wedding Venue - The Orangery
Gunnersbury Park Weddings
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Drawing Room
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Drawing Room
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Hermione gold leaf wedding cake
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Drawing Room
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Drawing Room
Gunnersbury Park Weddings - Drawing Room

Beautiful Photography by http://luciemltphotography.com/

Venue https://www.ealingvenues.co.uk/

Cakes by…me!

Floristry by http://www.thecrackedpot.co.uk/

Catering by https://www.richmondcreativeevents.com/

Make up by https://www.instagram.com/beautyrocksmeuk/

Wedding gowns by https://www.thebridalgalleryuk.com/

Chairs and tableware (via Richmond Caterers) https://co-ordination.net/blog

Hampton Court Palace

A quick post about Sunday! I don't need to tell you that Hampton Court Palace is beautiful, nor that it has a remarkable historical connection with the institution of marriage. Humm. Well, if we learned one thing from Henry VIII it would be that it's quality not quantity that counts when it comes to weddings!

Hampton Court Palace

I was lucky enough to be invited to the Hampton Court Palace approved suppliers wedding showcase. I took a few of the girls (Maya, Tootsie, Delilah and Greenery, to be precise) and a huuuuge pile of slices of chocolate and salted caramel cake.

I met LOTS of lovely couples - one couple who'd only been engaged for a week! - and lots of really incredible suppliers, including but not limited to: Gatsby-inspired girl group The WIld Tonics, Toastmaster Ian Low, Stationers Coral and Slate and Florists Lavender Green and Violets and Velvet.

1920s singers The Wild Tonics eating a whole wedding cake.

If you are getting married at Hampton Court Palace then get in touch. I deliver and set-up there for free!