lUXURIOUS & STYLE-LED WEDDING DESIGN & PLANNING IN OXFORDSHIRE, UK

About Me

My approach to crafting inspirational celebrations begins with truly getting to know you both as a couple, allowing me to build a wedding day which highlights the magic of your personalities. I have a passion for perfection, so strive to curate a wedding which evokes true heartfelt emotion and creates cherished memories to last a lifetime. We are so lucky to be surrounded by beautiful countryside in the South of England, and I love to draw inspiration for my designs from the great outdoors; embracing a variety of textures, colours and scents. Although I hugely enjoy the design element of planning a wedding, my favourite part is getting to know each of my couples so I can build a wedding that truly reflects their relationship journey. I feel honoured to have formed lasting friendships with many of my clients, and those precious few moments with my Bride just as they are about to walk down the aisle towards their Beau are right up there on my list of joys!

Following a successful career as an Events Manager for the Film Industry in London, my journey as a Wedding Planner began in 2012. My calm demeanour, meticulous attention to detail, and creative vision all play their part in enabling me to pull off a flawlessly executed event for each and every one of my clients. Since founding VRW, my work has been featured in The Knot, OnceWed, Magnolia Rouge, Rock My Wedding, and B.LOVED, to name a few.

To find out more about how I can help you in your wedding planning journey, read about my full planning service here, or send me an email to discuss your plans with me.                   


“We had the pleasure of working with Jeni for Jamie & Christian’s wedding at Voewood House in Norfolk. From the beginning of the planning process through to the delivery of the wedding, Jeni was an absolute joy to work with; always organised and professional with the most fantastic creative flair, the wedding looked simply breathtaking”

Florentina Catering | Voewood | May 2017