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Shropshire Wedding Venue Iscoyd Park for Classic Wedding

Classic country wedding at Shropshire wedding venue, Iscoyd Park anyone? Because believe us you don’t want to miss out! There are incredible floral arrangements and installations in the chuch and marquee reeption. Plus, wonderful wedding portraits and moments of pure joy captured by Photography34. And not forgetting the bride and grooms traditional wedding attire. We can’t resit a cathedral length veil!

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Perspex Table Plan and Dried Flower Crown for French Wedding

BUDGET £30-35K

This wedding started with a beautiful rustic outdoor ceremony in the woodland of the picturesque French venue, followed by an equally charming wedding breakfast complete with perspex table plan and dried flower decor. Continuing the dried flower theme, the bride chose a delicate flower crown that she paired with her lace cap sleeve Elsa Gary wedding dress and wildflower bouquet. Dusky blue flowers were scattered throughout the wedding venue in France that had exposed wooden beams and festoon lighting.

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Pump House Gallery Intimate Wedding Ceremony With White Flowers

BUDGET £15 – 20K

Louise and Ben gathered 28 of their favourite people for an intimate wedding ceremony at the Pump House Gallery in Battersea Park; before heading to Pall Mall for a candlelit supper full of speeches, wonderful moments and lots and lots of laughter. They made everything personal and about their relationship, from the giant Dr & Mr light up letters to framed quotes, and not forgetting the wine tasting session accompanying their wedding breakfast. Louise swapped her wedding dress midway through the day but kept her crown firmly in place. What an absolute queen she looked in both gowns.

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Stella York Wedding Dress for Industrial Style Celebration with Neon Sign

BUDGET £20-25K

This wedding had so many different elements that we LOVE from the neon sign quotes to the Stella York wedding dress! The industrial-style wedding was held in The West Mill Venue in Derbyshire with guests watching on as the couple said their vows in front of a multicoloured ‘Crazy In Love’ neon sign. The civil ceremony was followed by a travel-inspired reception with a map table plan. Wanting to keep things simple and let the venue itself do the talking, the couple opted for foliage table decor and white flowers. Personal touches were scattered throughout, with photograph table cards and other DIY wedding decor, this day had the couples stamp well and truly plastered all over it!

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How To Choose A Wedding Band

Becky: I appreciate that this post is less useful to you if you’re planning a wedding in the coming months, but if you’re planning a post-covid-restrictions wedding or a second celebration further down the line, then hopefully you’ll be in a position to have a band at your wedding, should you want one. The question is, how do you choose a wedding band for your wedding? Where do you even start to find trusted bands who will give you exactly what you want? The easy answer for that is to check out our recommended suppliers where you can find wedding bands that we trust to give you the celebration you deserve. And to answer my first question we have enlisted the help of The List supplier Music HQ. Music HQ are industry specialists who can help you put together an impeccable entertainment package and we’re joined by Suzie to share her top 4 tips for how to choose a wedding band.

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Kinkell Byre December Wedding in Scotland with Enzoani Bride Dress

BUDGET £25-30K

There was only one theme to chose for the travel-loving couple at this Kinkell Byre wedding in Scotland. Having spent 9 months prior to their engagement traveling the world our bride and groom wanted to bring a bit of adventure to their guests including a map table plan and table names in different languages. The personal touches continued with both the mother of the Bride and the Grooms mother dressing the venue and what a beautiful job they did, the romantic blush florals, the gold arch that framed the couple as they said their vows during the humanist ceremony and the hoop table decor. When the couple had their rings made they combined gold from both families to signify the coming together of both sides and they also provided a program for guests so they could get to know the bridal party a little better – love this idea!

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Wedding in July 2020 with Intimate Church Ceremony in Suffolk

BUDGET <£5k

A little reminder that love isn’t cancelled and this wedding in July 2020 proves just that. Originally planning a large, marquee wedding and with this not being possible at the time, Beth and Ben decided against postponing and, as soon as they were able to, adapted their plans to fit the current restrictions, allowing them to tie the knot in front of their nearest and dearest at an intimate church ceremony in Suffolk. You can really feel the love at this small wedding with beautiful beach portraits. And for wedding favours? Well of course, homemade face masks!

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Ramster Hall Wedding with Gysophila Flower Crown & Blue Bridesmaids

A beautifully classic church ceremony followed by a romantic and elegant wedding breakfast at Ramster Hall in Surrey. The bride arrived at the church in a vintage white Rolls Royce wearing a Dana Bolton dress and a delicate Gypsophila flower crown. The bridal party – including two incredibly cute page boys – wore mismatched style powder blue bridesmaid dresses. This creative couple wanted to design and make everything they could! The bride designed the stationery and made the welcome sign and the groom made the giant garden games that helped keep everyone entertained. And as the groom is a beekeeper, there was only going to be one option for the wedding favours – honey (of course!) with personalised labels!

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Wedding Fashion Ideas Mixing High Street Fashion With Designer Labels

When it comes to wedding fashion there are no rules. If you’ve always dreamed of a bespoke wedding dress, go for it. Or if you’d rather spend less on your outfit and more on your honeymoon then that’s fine too. As always, it’s your day, your way. This beautiful editorial mixes high street fashion with designer labels and shows you how you can incorporate items already in your wardrobe to accessorise your look, as well making staple purchases you can wear long after your big day.

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