This colourful wedding theme is certainly lifting my mood on this cloudy Friday. Full to bursting with eclectic decor, including neon signs, ceramic vases, and retro stationery. Each detail planned and styled by Sally at Events by Design will bring you joy and have your pinning fingers twitching.
BUDGET £15 – 20K
Relaxed celebration meets glamorous party for this DIY wedding with brown bridesmaid dresses and a bespoke bridal dress. Rachel and Nathan’s big day was on December 28th, how else to perfectly round off the year! Set in their home town of Liverpool they tied the knot at St George’s Hall, before travelling in style in a friends personalised Mini to their a warehouse reception celebration. Complete with espresso martini cocktails, an epic pampas grass floral installation, and an asian inspired buffet meal. So much of this party filled day was created by the bride and their friends and family including the amazing stationary, table plan and bouquets. A great example of a DIY wedding filled with genuine love and character and all captured by Luis Calow.
BUDGET £15 – 20K
This intimate Oxford wedding is filled to the brim with personal touches and charm. The couple shared a special moment with a first look before walking down the aisle together whilst the harp played Toto by Africa, after exiting to the Jurrasic Park theme the couple then took a short walk through the back streets of Oxford with their guests to the reception. The Bodleian Library played host to the second part of their day and offered a stunning and dramatic backdrop for the evening celebrations which featured a period style mirrored table plan and an epic cheese tower cake. This personal and relaxed day is all beautifully photographed by Poppy Carter Portraits.
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A classic day followed by an epic party at this Kirtlington Park wedding. The couple thought about every little detail, wanting everything to reflect them as individuals and as a couple, so little things were important! The day began with a classic, romantic ceremony in the stunning stately home, where the bride wore a Liz Martinez wedding dress and the groom looked handsome in a tuxedo. This was followed by an amazing party where the bride had an outfit change and put on her second dress of the day, a glamorous Galia Lahav dress that she got from Brides Do Good, and the groom played the opening set on the decks. The atmosphere was electric and the room was definitely filled with love and laughter!
Back in 2011, just before I badgered my way into getting a job with Rock My Wedding, I had my very own multicultural wedding. That’s me up there. Allow me to indulge in the moment won’t you :). It was, up until that point (because I don’t want to offend my babies), the best day of my life. Having both of our family cultures combined through our decor ideas, sharing food that was reflective of both our heritages, dancing together to music from both our cultures. It was the best and I loved every second of it.