Parma Violet: A Maximalist Editorial At Eaton House for Rock n Roll Bride Magazine

Joanna Bongard Photography

January 12, 2024

When dreaming up the editorial for the maximalism themed issue, there was only one location that we felt could truly fit the bill – the outrageously creative, fairytale paradise that is Eaton House Studio.

Located in the Essex countryside, ‘The Pink House’ with its technicolor surroundings, lovingly adorned with flowers, sparkles, neon signs and art, is an ever-evolving art installation and really has to be seen to be believed. Previously they’ve been host to Paris Hilton, Little Mix, Vogue and Hello Kitty… and now Rock n Roll Bride too!

They also do weddings and events of all kinds. The lavish abode the perfect place for wowing your wedding guests or having a hen do to remember.

The house can accommodate up to 60 wedding guests but there’s also space for a marquee outside if you want more. For hen dos or weekend-long events, there’s space for 20 to stay overnight across their seven themed bedrooms and cosy caravans. The house also has an eight-seater hot tub, a wild west themed saloon bar and a beautiful pink and white function room perfect for your ceremony and wedding breakfast.

Their goal is to offer magical, unique experiences with various private dining, bar and entertainment options. Anything is possible – just ask! For more details visit their website or drop them an email at


Dress: Muse by Berta via The Wedding Club
Crown: AnnieMagenisMillinery
Ring & Bracelets: July Child Jewellery
Shoes: Public Desire


Dress: Berta Privée via The Wedding Club
Earrings: Wolf and Moon
Ring & Bracelet: July Child Jewellery
Sunglasses: Stylist’s Own


Dress: Gala by Galia Lahav via Browns Bride
Crown: Wolf and Moon
Ring & Bracelet: July Child Jewellery
Shoes: Azalea Wang


Dress: Lucy Can’t Dance
Earrings: Wolf and Moon
Ring: July Child Jewellery
Shoes: Azalea Wang


Dress: Berta Privée via The Wedding Club
Earrings: Club L London
Bracelet: July Child Jewellery
Shoes: Stylist’s Own

This shoot was originally published in Rock n Roll Bride magazine, issue 53. You can still order a back issue of that edition via our shop, or subscribe so you never miss an issue!