Holly and Jack met at Wake Forest University in the USA 5 years ago and wanted their wedding to be a huge celebration, colliding their two worlds. Euridge Manor set amongst the roaring hills was the most beautiful venue for their blend of American bravado and English tradition, with American guests getting dress inspiration from Peaky Blinders. The images by Joab Smith capture light and love in equal measures making this sunset wedding off the chart adorable.
The saying goes “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” And what better “something blue” than your best girls; In gorgeous halterneck dresses I might add. I love that these beautiful ladies carried hoop bouquets rather than traditional posies, and the portraits of them walking through the fields are just adorable. As is the whole of this teepee outdoor wedding at the bride’s parents farm.
We get very excited when wedding inspiration from Coco & Kat enters our inbox. Quite rightly so wouldn’t you agree? Their vision, expertise and connections always seem to bring out the best in every venue they style. The Beech Dell at GreenAcres is no acception, absolutely dripping with ideas to style and host your own woodland wedding, with amazing florals from JenniBloom Floral Design, and unbelievable stylish bridal fashion, hair and makeup, that I just might adopt for the weekend ahead!
Firstly, that bouquet, secondly, that doughnut wall, and thirdly THIS boho wedding! I don’t know about you, but I’ve fallen hard for the florals and relaxed vibes. Plus, is that an umbrella I spy? You’d never know there was rain judging by the smiles and captures and that’s exactly how it should be, but if you’re fretting about things going wrong, have a listen to our latest Podcast.
Get ready for your jaw to hit the floor as we share with you a super cool and vibrant tipi wedding. Bride Sorrel and her maids look fierce in tulle and leather. Former GB Olympian Groom Ed rocks a burgundy suit. And the flowers and decor are out of this world. If you aren’t sitting comfortably, grab yourself a chair and sit back and enjoy.
Gone are the days of the bog standard PVC marquee wedding. Today’s brides have a myriad of super stylish choices laid before them. Canvas marquees, bell tents, tipis (we have an excellent post full of tipi tips from World Inspired Tents here), yurts, Sperry tents and clear span frame marquees are the main contenders. Although, creative variations are always popping up (ahem). You may be considering a traditional venue with a permanent or hire marquee as part of your wedding package. Or you may be going the whole hog and planning a tent wedding on your own land or land you’ve hired. Either way, this post is LOADED with inspirational images to get those creative ideas flowing. With a marquee or tent wedding, you will truly have the perfect blank canvas. And about halfway through the post, you’ll also find a list of 5 ways to use tents, teepees or marquees on your wedding day to give you some ideas.
Girl goes on holiday aged 14 and falls in love with the Anassa Resort, hoping one day she will be married there. Fast forward a few years and her dreams come true at this truly stunning Cyprus wedding. Everything was planned and styled to perfection by Splendid Events including adding ghost chairs and clear platters to the al fresco reception which reflect light beautiful under the canopy of fairy lights. We’ve also fallen head over heels for the immense floral arch framing the doorway to the venue. Oh my!
There is a secret princess in all of us that wants to wear the perfect gown and get married in a castle. And Bride Alice did exactly that in a gorgeous homemade wedding dress to her perfect groom Francois. The whole Highcliffe Castle wedding is full of atmosphere and emotion, captured beautifully by Carrie Lavers Photography and featuring confetti and entertainment from Shropshire Petals and DiscoWed, both of whom are on our reccomended supplier directory The List. Keep your pinning fingers ready for the immense King Protea bouquet and wedding flowers too!