We are so excited to share with you this breathtaking Millbridge Court Winter Wedding Day recently featured on Rock My Wedding.
J+S chose Millbridge Court as their Venue not long after the build was completed & brought together a host of wonderful industry professionals to make their dream day a reality.
Knowing that flowers are harder to come by in November the couple decided to opt for more foliage & planting than blooms, with the main centerpieces being creatively centered around rooms that you find in the home.
Menus, place cards, the table plan & table names were all beautifully handwritten by MBC Partner Judy Broad Calligraphy & their blush & navy colour palette was complimented beautifully by Kalm Kitchen’s coloured napkins.
J+S also had lots of DIY aspects to their styling, such as the ‘Welcome’ pallet & unique table plan (see rustic door & post box below) which added a wonderfully personal touch to the day. They are so impressive that unsurprisingly, the Bride has started designing & creating styling items for Wedding Day’s in her spare time!
Thank you J+S for allowing us to be able to share in your Wedding Day; it really was magical from start to finish & a complete & utter joy to be a part of. Thank you also to the talented Richard for sharing all of your exquisite images with us, but before you get to see them, here are some lovely words from the Bride herself. Xx
About Millbridge Court:
“Millbridge Court sells itself really, I would be very surprised if I ever met someone who had stepped inside and didn’t like it. The atmosphere, the rooms, the food and the staff are all better then we could have ever asked for. Finding them was a real dream come true!”
About The Food:
“If you are lucky enough to experience any of Kalm Kitchen’s creations then I can promise you won’t forget it. They deliver a treat for the eyes and the tastebuds as each of their exquisite canapés are served in creative and fashionable ways. Our guests have all said to us how incredible the food was and I’m sure we will think of some reason in the future as an excuse to try them again.”