As most of the wedding took place outside in the wonderful landscaped grounds, the English country garden party theme was most fitting.
The theme was complemented with pretty accents of nude pink, which co-ordinated with the Little Mistress bridesmaid dresses and nude pink groomsmen ties.
At the reception, the seating plan turned into a game where guests had to decipher where they were sitting from a selection of clues.
Each table was named after a place that had significant meaning to Jenni and Andy, along with a short story about why the place was chosen.
The gardens were the perfect backdrop to the day which, naturally, was filled plenty of stunning floral details. Certain flowers were even homegrown on the estate especially for Jenni and Andy’s wedding décor.
In addition, Somerleyton Hall introduced the couple to florist Julia Knights from Fernside Flowers, who created the buttonholes, the floral halos for the hurricane lamp centrepieces and the bridal bouquet - which consisted of pastel pink roses and white hydrangea.