Brickhouse Vineyard wedding venue, a truly intimate day with eight guests. Trust us, you won't be able to get enough of this micro wedding. This may have been a small wedding but it was BIG in style. With smoke bombs, a neon sign and a flower installation with wow factor. And, the bride rocked two outfits, one being a bridal separate with a blush tulle skirt.
What Made Our Day Unique
We chose to have an intimate wedding, with only 8 guests present at our ceremony. Then celebrated at a laid-back reception with the rest of our friends and family, at our favourite restaurant in town. This meant we could focus our energy and budget on the things that meant the most to us. It wasn’t quite an elopement, but it wasn’t a big wedding either.
Brickhouse Vineyard wedding venue is ideal for small, intimate weddings, as Kate and James show us in true style. The venue is idyllic and unique, set in the Devon hills with the most picturesque views and 20-acres of woodland. Hello romantic elopement in the English countryside, yes, please.
Inspiration & Styling
The most important thing for us was to stay true to ourselves and keep the vibe authentic to our own personalities. I think your wedding is the perfect opportunity to express yourselves and let your own styles shine through. The first half of the day was as timeless and elegant. Then after the formalities were finished, we really let loose. ( Hence the outfit change!)
I have to shout out the designer of both my dresses, Chantel Lauren Designs. I wore the Kacey dress and the Mae dress in blush. Mae is such a classic (I think everyone’s seen the blue) but it was really exciting to see it in blush, especially as it matched our decor. For James, the most memorable part of the day was when we had the chance to see me in my second dress before any of our guests.
Kate and James show us in a true style that planning an intimate or socially distanced wedding can mean less stress and bring a more relaxed personal vibe to your big day. Looking for more advice from real couples? Here are a few we think you will enjoy. From How To Make a Wedding for 15 People A Day to Remember, to a Micro Wedding with Cake Smash and a Modern Barn Wedding.
Venue: Brickhouse Vineyard | Bridal Gowns: Chantel Lauren | Bridal Boutique: St Ives Bridal Boutique | Grooms Suit: Reiss | Fashion Accessories: Blossom and Blue Bird and ASOS | Bridal Shoes: Sophia Webster | Food: Wedding Events Angel | Cake: Edible Essence | Flowers: Emma Hewlett Floral Design | Makeup Artist: Emma Roberts | Stationery: Keady Row | Entertainment: Rob Hunt Decor and Hire: Keeping it Vintage | Bow Tie: Tom Ford at Mr Porter Cufflinks: Lee Renee | Hotel: Southern Hay House