Euridge Manor Lost Orangery Wedding
Hursh and Bijal’s beyond beautiful wedding at Euridge Manor Lost Orangery
I first met Bijal and Hursh a few years ago at Bijal’s sister Mona’s wedding when she married Dipesh across three separate venues around London… So I was delighted when a message from Bijal dropped into my WhatsApp to tell me that Hursh had popped the question and they wanted me to be their photographer. This is their Euridge Manor Lost Orangery wedding and their Indian wedding at Offley Place is also on the blog here!
This was one of those wonderful British summer days where it was kind of raining but not enough to put people off being outside… I never ever think about the weather because I’ve never in all my years known the weather to negatively affect a wedding, and I’d so been looking forward to my first visit to this iconic wedding venue – Euridge Manor and the Lost Orangery and to seeing Bijal and Hursh and their family again.
Bijal and Hursh made sure they used as many parts of Euridge Manor and the Lost Orangery as possible. Getting ready in the manor house, ceremony down in the iconic boat house – the trademark British ‘fine rain’ actually added to the atmosphere down there I think! It was such a beautiful ceremony, and Hursh was so keen to say “I do” he’d said it almost before the registrar had finished saying “Do you Hursh…”.
We headed back up to the Euridge manor house and the famous outdoor chandelier for confetti and some group photos, before finishing the day in the Lost Orangery for dinner, speeches and some dancing. Absolute perfection all day long with these two wonderful people and their warm, welcoming families.
Special mentions to my industry friends who joined me on this Euridge Manor Lost Orangery wedding: Ray McShane Films, Maple Rose Weddings, Pip Hair Art, Makeup by Nadoosh, Jill Jeffries Flowers and Wild Fig Bath.