I knew from the moment I spoke to Sadie + Rene that their RHS Wisley Glasshouse wedding was going to be something very special and oh my days, it really was!
The glasshouse & gardens looked spectacular in the sunshine (although I’m sure they would look stunning in any weather!) I loved exploring Wisley Garden with these two especially finding the pretty hydrangea’s & gunnera (giant Chilean rhubarb), it felt like we were in Jurassic Park!
Entering The Glasshouse was like walking into a jungle – tree ferns, tall palms, lush-leaved creepers and dazzling flower displays give an air of expectation and drama, it even had a waterfall!!!!!
The building is set in the stunning grounds of RHS Wisley overlooking a lake at the front. All the glass makes the space so incredibly magical, you are transported to some tropical world, a million miles away from England!!!!! Sadie had decor nailed. She is a kickass florist working at WildAbout so I knew they the flowers were going to feature heavily and she didn’t disappoint, that mixed in with pineapples, vodka and sticks of rock, the place looked amazing and everyone said so. It was real WOW factor
Sadie + Rene’s family and friends were so so much fun, I really struggled to capture the speeches because I was laughing so much at the bestmen, it was one of the best, bestman speeches ever! Then at night the glasshouse changes again, it takes on a whole new character and it becomes and festival of light. The music was blasting (care of Sadie’s Dad, who was the DJ, I know – how cool!) some serious shapes were being thrown and everyone had a huge smile on their face including me!
Here is what they had to say:
How they met
Sadie + Rene met 6 1/2 years ago online, but turns out that they had the same circles of friends. There paths had crossed many, many, times, at many festivals, parties and night clubs!
What were they most looking forward to on the wedding day
Having all of there friends and family together to celebrate there special day. The relief that all there hard work/ planning has come to a hopefully successful end.