What a gorgeous time of year to get married! India and Tymal were married on October 6th at Pelham House in Lewes. Pelham House has recently undergone a complete transformational refurbishment and looks really beautiful! There’s an Art Deco vibe with lots of palm plants and hints of gold throughout in the decor which really complements the Autumnal colour scheme that India and Tymal had chosen for their wedding. We really got involved with the season, using plenty of Autumnal foliages mixed with some rich burgundy reds and lots of paler nudes and blush pinks too. I absolutely love Autumn so am always really pleased to be able to really fully go for it with the seasonal treats that October brings. I was lucky enough to be able to get plenty of British grown still too including snowberries, dahlias, amaranthus, strawflowers, lisianthus, astrantia and all kinds of different textured grasses.
Thank you so much to Tim Lander Photography who has shared some sneak peaks from the wedding with me.
Below are my own photos from the day.
The bridal and bridesmaids bouquets above were filled with different Autumn tones and textures with plenty of Irish grown eucalyptus too. We used the most beautiful scented garden roses called Cafe Latte which is the central muted mauve/pink rose you can see above along with gorgeous cafe au lait dahlias and quicksand roses
Thanks India and Tymal for choosing me to be part of your day! What a gorgeous October wedding. I am looking forward to being back at Pelham House next wedding season.
Check out some more Autumn inspiration with deep berry tones, rich red and burnt orange colours in Toni and Charlie’s Pangdean Barn wedding or Desiree and James’ early Autumn wedding with lots of lovely yellows, oranges and mixed foliages.