Working with some incredible local suppliers, I captured some details of the Healing Manor Wedding intimate setup for an online open day.
This reception is set up for 14 guests which at the time was the maximum capacity for wedding receptions due to covid-19 restrictions. We’ve just been given the news from Boris that by the 12th April we will be back to having 15 guests, by the 17th May 2021 we’ll be back to 30 attendees which is just fantastic news. The best news is that by 21st June, all restrictions on weddings will be lifted. I CANNOT WAIT! This past year has been about survival for everyone in the wedding industry. Lets hope we can all get back to doing what we love and are passionate about by June!
That doesn’t mean to say that small ceremonies are a thing of the past though my any means. How beautiful does this wedding breakfast look! Oozing romance and elegance, I didn’t know where to start. The barn at Healing Manor Hotel is just the dreamiest space to work with, especially when the sun trickles in through those high windows. I will be blogging the wedding of the Directors Charlotte and Steve Bennett shortly (when I get a breather from homeschooling these rascals of mine). Another intimate ceremony with 22 guests. Candle lit, flowers lining the aisle and dressed by the insanely talented Jack Loves Jill. If you like Lincolnshire sausage, be sure not to miss it 😉
Healing Manor Wedding intimate setup
- Venue- Healing Manor Hotel
- Styling- Jack Loves Jill
- Floristry- Treasured Bouquets
- Name details- Brush and Pen
- Cake- Katie’s cupcakes