Set in the incredible Bristol Mansion House, this grand Victorian dwelling is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Bristol.
It’s said to be a hidden wedding gem of Bristol, with luxurious interiors, sweeping staircases and crystal chandeliers.
The garden is stunning to match with long whimsical grass, beautiful trees and even includes a garden house for outdoor wedding ceremonies.
Cory and Gergely travel the world taking photographs and writing blogs about the places they visit.
It soon became apparent that as a fellow blogger with an eye for detail this was going be a fantastic wedding.
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As I arrived Corey was in the midst of doing her own make up with help from mum and bridesmaid.
The wedding shoes were a delightful royal blue satin which set off the lace wedding dress perfectly.
Corys petite frame looked incredible, the strapless dress and full skirt complimented by a delicate tiara and ringlets in her hair.
This helped encapsulate the Royal wedding theme that they wanted for their perfect day.
Everything was very relaxed during bridal preparation.
Gergely wasn’t worried about traditions as he greeted his bride as they descended the staircase into the taxis.
The taxis headed to Bristol registry office where the ceremony took place and with a few tears and lots of smile the couple were officially husband and wife.
We walked through the bustling market capturing photographs as the couple received congratulations and cheers.
Back at Mansion house the sun was shining, but the Grand Hall was so stunning we took the family photographs inside.
It was really lovely to see Cory’s and Gergely Eastern European families communicating in the language of love.
I found it amazing that the bride and groom didn’t actually speak each other language so opted for English instead!
The evening meal was fine dining at its best and as the drinks flowed the couple and I strolled into the gardens to capture the whimsical evening sunlight.
A quirky signpost depicted the couples love of travel while the soft sunlight added to the romantic feeling in the air.
It is the perfect example of how a small intimate Wedding can be royally grand affair.