Has & Jim’s wedding took place during a gorgeous Summer’s day at the majestic Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Their civil ceremony was conducted in the iconic Nash Conservatory. Following the marriage ceremony, the couple were treated to an escorted buggy ride through the lavish and world-renowned gardens at Kew. Accompanying them, along with their wedding photographer Mark Bothwell, we were offered a great opportunity to capture those magical moments before the bride and groom joined their guests for their wedding reception in The Orangery.
Even on a very wet May weekend, Kew Gardens looked as stunning as you would expect. The persistent rain did not dampen the celebrations that were to ensue and Rachita & Gareth had the most amazing day. Their Civil Ceremony was held in The Nash Conservatory which was originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace and moved to Kew in 1836. The interiors looked gorgeous, styled beautifully with flowers by Mary Jane Vaughan. After the marriage ceremony the wedding reception took place in the spectacular Orangery. It’s always a pleasure working with truly great photographers and Mark Bothwell never fails to impress. With his unique and understated approach to weddings, he manages to capture stunning images which truly capture the real essence of a wedding.
During the hotest day of the year, Claire & Daniel were married at the world-renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Set within 300 acres of beautiful gardens, the World Heritage site provided a stunning backdrop to Claire & Daniel’s Jewish wedding. The Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contract, was signed amongst close family and friends in the Sir Joseph Banks Building. The Jewish wedding ceremony then proceeded to the Nash Conservatory, finishing off with the huge reception party in the Orangery.