SPRING OPEN WEEKEND IN PICTURES: PART 1
Following a busy and fun-filled Spring Open Weekend in the beautiful surroundings of Escrick Park Estate, we wanted to follow up with a summary of the weekend and share images with you all. For those of you who were able to join us, this will be a helpful reminder of the furnishings, styling and practical elements of the set-up. For those who weren’t able to attend, this edit of images should hopefully give you an overview of the weekend and inspire your own event.
We were lucky enough to be joined by a line-up of the industry’s finest suppliers, with the very talented photographer Natasha Cadman capturing the weekend in all its glory! Natasha did such a fabulous job we thought we would share memories from the weekend in a succession of blog posts.
First up we have images of our Sperry tent, with its timeless silhouette and clear sidewalls flooding the interior with natural light; the open weekend florals by Hart Company couldn’t have been more fitting. With a simple but apparently somewhat “seasonally challenging” brief of ‘Enchanted Garden’, Susie at Hart Company created truly enchanting, fresh and contemporary tablescapes. With silver birch pedestals giving height to the centrepieces and creating a beautiful link between our Farmhouse tables and the warm oyster-coloured luxurious canvas of the Sperry Tent.
Blowsy white hydrangeas were used to keep the styling crisp, clean and spring like and an abundance of fresh green foliage brought the outside in and helped the garden theming come to life.
Stationery by Rigby Design House further added to the botanical theming, with simple calligraphy on warm cream stationery, softened by hand painted details.
Our luxury portfolio of furnishings and finishing touches were showcased against the back drop of the Sperry. Whilst softening the overall look, fresh green foliage and hydrangeas in Farrow & Ball painted pots offered an effective and simple styling detail.
We can’t wait to share more information, details and images of our newly designed chuppah and ceremony arch, but until then here’s a sneak peek to leave you with…