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.
Big, bold, boundless and pink is the way this alternative wedding inspiration at iconic wedding venue, The Giraffe Shed is described and it couldn’t be more accurate. With neon signs, flower installations, glitter balls and a real show stopper of a wedding cake! Plus, real brides-to-be Jade and Cara strutting around looking killer in a pink tulle and gold glitter gown.
The Old Rectory Estate is a gorgeous Georgian house set in Italian themed gardens, meaning you can enjoy a little bit of the Mediterranean right here in the U.K. Stylist Natasha and Photographer Natalie have made full use of the picturesque setting by hosting an intimate outdoor ceremony conducted by celebrant, Jennifer Patrice and Italian themed micro wedding reception complete with elegant flowers and decor. Plus, the couple looks incredible in a romantic lace and ruffle wedding dress, Pamela straw hat and beige suit channelling those sun-filled Tuscan days.
I’ve been guilty of singing 70s disco anthem D.I.S.C.O whilst putting this inspiration together for you today. It’s such a fabulous era to take inspiration from, with iconic fashion, makeup and colour scheme. All of these symbolic attributes have been accredited beautifully by Kerri at Off Duty Weddings, including floral jumpsuits, sequin dresses and glitter balls. There are even roller skates! And, what could be more representative of the era than warm autumnal hues.