Beaumont House is situated in the leafy, well established suburb of Beaumont, 15 minutes from Adelaide city. The immaculate and extensive gardens are maintained by dedicated volunteers and makes for a beautiful, garden wedding venue.
Beaumont House sported some of the best garden beds in Adelaide, full of spring blooms and tall, elegant trees. A fountain was in a pocket of the garden and was a great backdrop for some photos and gave the lovely bride and groom some time to sit and chat to each other. Beaumont House has paths leading all around the garden and house and then to the olive groves out the back.
Beaumont House don't restrict their couples from going anywhere around the grounds so each wedding can be individual to the couple and I was able to pick photo backgrounds that reflected the feel of the wedding day.
This lovely bride prepared for her day at her family home. She wore a stunning princess bridal gown from Adelaide Bridal Emporium with a full skirt and modest train. Her bouquet from Lily of the Valley were soft peach and cream tones that went so beautifully with the bridesmaids chiffon dresses.
Jonno and Chloe's ceremony was held on the front lawns of this historic home and afternoon tea was served as a generous banquet by Everyday Gourmet - platters and more and enjoyed by all the guests.
A large marquee was set up at the side of Beaumont House where a cafe styled reception was set up with couches and stools and wine barrels to sit around. Jonno and Chloe had printed some of their engagement photos off and displayed them in large frames around the walls of the marquee reception. Fairy lights lined the stairs near the reception so we even took some ethereal, romantic moments of the love struck couple dancing the night away!
More photos of this Beaumont House wedding can be seen here.
Location: 631 Glynburn Rd, Beaumont South Australia.