Modern and minimal was the innovation behind this wedding inspiration at The West Mill in Derbyshire. With stylish brides wearing bridal jumpsuits, blazers and short dresses and the venue decorated with a few well chosen floral installations, neon signs and chill out areas. Sometimes less is more, and in this instance we couldn’t agree more.
BUDGET £15 – 20K
An intimate, laid back and love-filled wedding at Stoke Newington Town Hall followed by a pub reception at The Londesborough with DIY styling, beautiful florals and a rustic naked cake. Creating a relaxed celebration was extremely important for this couple as they wanted to create more of a gathering for all of their closest friends and family to eat amazing food and drink great wine. Flowers and foliage dressed the venue to create a special forest styled backdrop, mixed excellently with chalkboard signs and white paper lanterns. Alix wore a stunning Halfpenny London dress layered under a romantic tulle skirt which she whipped off for the evening of dancing, the groom described the vibe as ‘Peaky Blinders’, he and his groomsmen nailed this perfectly in their grey three-piece suits. All in all a fun-filled day captured by Kitty Wheeler Shaw.
BUDGET £40 – 50K
BUDGET £25 – 30K
BUDGET £25 – 30K
If you’ve been contemplating having a socially distanced wedding, but aren’t quite sure if you want to wait or just go for it?! Then this Deer Park Country House wedding in Devon, planned and styled by Fern Godfrey Weddings and photographed by Emma Pilkington Photography is not only the epitome of elegance but truly shows you how amazing your day can be. It features all the wonderful wedding day moments and details you’d expect from a pre-COVID wedding. Including an outdoor ceremony, candlelit reception, cutting the cake and first dance. And what’s more, bride and groom, Shanice and Stephen look incredible in their black-tie wedding outfits. What a wedding and what an inspiration.