Mandy & Simon had a wonderfully creative and fun summer wedding with heaps of budget friendly beauty including giant balloons, pin badges and picnic baskets. This DIY extravaganza took place in South Farm in Cambridgeshire. I love the bright colour scheme but what really comes across is just how much fun everyone is having. It’s a perfect day.
Karen and Steve married in the Dordonge at the Fairytale Chateau and what a fairytale it was. There are so many beautiful vintage inspired details in this gorgeous day. I love the table decor. So much thought and consideration has gone into making the prettiest centrepieces. And the menu idea is just the best!
With her Allure Bridals gown Karen is stunning.
I think that every wedding should have hand fans. Who knew they had their own secret language? Such a great idea and lots of fun! So, steal away people and enjoy as you get whisked off to beautiful France.
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The flowers though.
Have you ever seen anything quite like them? the perfect mixture of beautiful natural tones and undone rustic glamour. Stephanie’s bouquet looks exquisite next to her sophisticated Ian Stuart gown, a match made in bridal fashionista heaven.
The venue is the stuff of dreams, an outdoor ceremony surrounded by lush greenery followed by reception decor that’ll take your breath away. Choosing the images for the gallery and which one of Stephanie’s super helpful DIY idea tips was ridiculously difficult so I have included LOADS (of both.)
Did I mention the flowers?
We’re taking you off to an intimate orchard for an outdoor humanist ceremony, but luckily for us we don’t have to endure the torrential rain guests did before the heavens decided to clear and the ceremony was able to begin. Every cloud has a silver lining they say and this silver lining brought a beautiful double rainbow to mark the celebration.
Guests travelled by tractor up to the reception marquee in a field and enjoyed plenty of live music and garden games including a bit of beer pong! The marquee was beautifully decorated with glass jars filled with wild flowers, bunting and more and created the perfect rustic venue.
Niamh and Merv and their wedding party looked absolutely fabulous in all their attire. Niamh’s fitted satin Charlie Brear wedding gown and bespoke veil suited her perfectly and there was clearly a lot of thought gone into everyone’s outfits.
A relaxed, fun, happy day with lots of charm and personal touches.