An early 18th century Georgian manor house set on the edge of the pretty village of Bredon, on the border of Gloucestershire/Worcestershire. Surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens, and jaw-dropping views of the River Avon and the National Trust’s 14th century Tithe Barn, Bredon Manor is a truly magnificent place. A much-loved family home, Bredon Manor is an exclusive use venue – we want you and your guests to feel at home here too.
Born Agency were approached by Bredon Manor, An early 18th century Georgian manor house set on the edge of the pretty village of Bredon, on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border – to create a truly bespoke set of illustrations for their wedding venue.
Creating a foundation
After meeting with Charlie, Peter and Amelia and going through the site plan, we sketched out some initial plans of the buildings and garden layout. This created a solid foundation for things to come. Once the initial sketches were approved, we then transferred these onto the tablet and started to develop the look and feel of the illustrations. We explored different finishes and agreed on a water colour finish which reinforced the clients tranquil ethos.
Bringing the floor plan to life
Once the illustration map had been created and well received we then moved onto the floor plans and illustrating the various layouts of the venue. This was created with the same digital brushes as the illustration map to create a subtle consistency across the media. The illustrations have been used across multiple platforms for the venue as well as printed versions dotted around the venue acting as wayfindings. The designs were very well received by the client and their customers.