When Azar first got in touch and talked about her tastes and choices for her wedding, it was obvious it was going to be a very stylish day. The couple were planning everything from all the way over in Australia where they live (no easy task!), but I was impressed with everything they’d organised so far. And basically, I was sold as soon as antlers and a birch-pole arbour were mentioned…
The venue for the whole day, Axnoller, is a relatively new addition to the Dorset wedding scene, and was seriously wow-ing couples, guests and suppliers alike all season long. It’s beautifully renovated and a great place to take over for a entire weekend. And the marquee there is just the sort I love- Indian raj tent style!
The main event took place outside on the terrace, under a stunning arch that Azar and Dillan commissioned for the occasion. Azar’s mum trained as a celebrant in order to perform the ceremony, so it was incredibly personal; the setting and weather just put the icing on the (wedding) cake.
The reception, under a canopy of twinkling lights in the marquee, was decorated with white stag antlers, flowers and hundreds of candles, running along the trestle tables. And check out those beautiful geometric print table runners. It was so awesome and blog-worthy, I nearly died of some sort of cool-shock.
Nice right? Such great flowers and choices of decor for a very beautiful venue. Azar and Dillan, congratulations again, and I hope you’re loving married life on the sunnier side of the planet. It was great working with you.