Elegance is at the forefront of this Froyle Park wedding, with incredible white and green flowers arrangements, acrylic signs and a seven-tier wedding cake with edible gold leaf layer. The bride, bridesmaids and mother of the bride kept things crisp and sophisticated in white dresses and a suit, and the groomsmen complement them perfectly in dapper tuxedos. To honour Emma’s Swedish tradition, their meal took place over a number of hours and included more than 20 speeches. And being dancers, Emma and Martin treated guests to the famous Dirty Dancing routine! What a day captured by White Stag Wedding Photography.
Whether you’ve got a cropped pixie cut or a bob there are a plethora of wedding hair accessories for short hair. Our brides have kept it simple with a single flower stem and have also gone all out by adorning their locks with dazzling hair vines, clips and crowns. What will you choose? Allow us to inspire you.
A dreamy outdoor wedding in Italy with the bride wearing a Laure de Sagazan dress and delicate flower crown next to her new husband who chose a popping red suit for the day! The ceremony was held in the stunning grounds of the family-run venue, with readings and poems from friends and minimal decor allowing the unspoilt views of the Tuscan countryside to speak for themselves. The intimate outdoor ceremony was followed by an alfresco wedding dinner with banquet tables decorated in white and blush flowers under a canopy of festoon lighting. Dinner under the stars and the Italian scenery provided the most magical backdrop to this couples day!
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.
Are you pondering the idea of a two part wedding? If you are, this may be because of the recent easing of coronavirus restrictions. Or, this could be through personal choice or circumstance. Either way, we’re here to give you all the helpful tips, tricks and answers you need to successfully tie the knot, then host your celebrations at a later date.