I love Pynes House. It’s just the perfect wedding venue. This stunning Georgian mansion is renowned for its architectural elegance and timeless beauty. Originally built in the 18th century, the house is a prime example of Georgian architecture, featuring classical columns, sash windows, and intricate detailing that epitomizes the period’s style. And with its literary connections. Pynes House is believed to be the inspiration for Barton Park in Jane Austen’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’. You really couldn’t get anything more elegant and romantic than a Pynes House wedding.
An Anna Kara Dress To Swoon Over
The bride wore a beautiful Anna kara dress. It was a long heavy crepe dress. With a cross over front and a side tie. Shoes were pretty little silver flats with a sequin and diamante finish. The Bridesmaids wore pretty pastel blue dresses to match the blue of the men’s’ suits. The bouquet was stunning with blush pink and white Roses, Ranunculus and Lisianthus with lashings of green foliage.
A Romantic Ceremony
The ceremony room at Pynes House is a space of timeless beauty and sophistication. Bathed in natural light that streams through large sash windows, this room exudes an aura of elegance and charm. Its classical Georgian architecture, with ornate moldings, and tall ceilings. The beautiful fireplace is adorned with a large gold mirror and is almost tailor-made to be accessorised with stunning floral displays as was the case today. The burgundy and soft pink florals created by Sophie Millington Flowers looked incredible and the aroma in the gorgeous sunny room was delicious.
After a beautiful and heartful ceremony, the couple exited to a shower of confetti. Whilst guests mingled in the rose garden enjoying drinks and canapes. The happy couple had a few photos with their family and bridal party. Then it was time to sneak off for a few of their own photos.
Elegance and Grace at Pynes House Wedding
The iconic tree-lined drive with the magnificent house was the perfect spot for a few portraits. And also a perfect chance to relax and enjoy those firsts moments alone as Mr and Mrs.
Literary Details To Fall In Love With
The wedding breakfast room looked beautiful. It was adorned with vases full of blush pink roses. Little wedding favours of damson Gin were at each place setting. And gorgeous literary touches were everywhere. A homage to the venue and the Brides job.
Pynes House Wedding with Dancefloor Magic
Abundance cake made the stunning iced sponge cake. Sugarcraft flowers decorated the tiers. Guests enjoyed it with tea and coffee as they chatted away. Then it was time for the couple’s first dance. Where they tore up the dancefloor with an incredible and energetic dance. before all the guests joined them to party the night away.
Pynes House Wedding FAQ’s
Pynes House is situated approximately 3 miles from the centre of Exeter. It has easy links by road, rail and air. The postcode for Pynes House is EX5 5EF, which is spot on.
Yes, there is accommodation available at Pynes House. They have 12 luxurious bedrooms. Each individually decorated and finished with goose down duvets and pillows for guests to enjoy.
Pynes House is a unique wedding venue in Devon. It’s a large Grade II listed Queen Anne Style country house. And offers exclusive use for weddings.