Hertfordshire | UNITED KINGDOM
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Set in the magnificent North Mymms Park estate, this winter wedding is characterised by a variety of cinematographic scenes. The mansion itself, with its impressive architecture and history, as well as it’s grounds plays a key role in setting the scene for this luxury black tie wedding, which featured an array of old world charm: from vintage whiskey to couture fashion and even a one of a kind vintage 1964 Austin Martin DB5 fit for James Bond.
The bride’s hair and makeup, together with her gorgeous dress by Eva Lendel oozed old school Hollywood glamour, well fitting with the filming history of this unique house. The bridesmaids added extra brightens to the day with uniquely picked sequinned dresses, which matched the sparkles on the bride’s silver Jimmy Choo heals.
We also had our share of unique surprises, which are always fun as they add even more personality to an event. Singing waiters performed an impressive west end routine and got the evening entertainment started in style.
It’s safe to say that this North Mymms Park wedding was definitely fit for a glamorous Hollywood blockbuster.
We loved shooting every minute of it and can’t wait to be back at North Mymms for more weddings!
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THE VENUE: NORTH MYMMS PARK
Just 30 minutes away from London, North Mymms Park is one of Britain’s finest country estates, set in several hundred acres of picturesque countryside in Hertfordshire, UK. Its architecture is unique and impressive, ideal for luxury weddings looking for a quintessentially old world charm. With its original Elizabethan Mansion House, ornate Jacobean staircase and Flemish historical tapestries, North Mymms Park provides a unique backdrop for any wedding. Its cinematic quality has not gone amis and has featured in many films, including the highly popular Netflix Bridgerton series.
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This wedding was featured in The Times on Saturday May 21, 2022.
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