Sam and Adam tied the knot last July in London with the beautiful bride in glasses and a stunning Rolling In Roses dress. The Old Dairy played host to their special day which they covered in the most amazing flower arrangements, a copper arch and fabulous table decor which added lots of colour to this industrial venue dressed with festoon lighting. Opting for DIY touches to make their day even more personal this couple made lots of the decor including the wooden welcome sign and the custom confetti bags. Casual and industrial was the theme for both the ceremony and the reception with a hint of The Simpsons! To continue with the fun this bride and groom also hired a mariachi band which paired with the Mexican street food truck and was all finished off with some delicious doughnuts tieing in with The Simpsons theme perfectly. This fun-filled day is captured by Chris Barber Photography.
Angie and Matt created a beautiful rustic wedding at The Ferry House Inn last summer. The bride and her thirteen bridesmaids made perfect use of The Mocketts Farm Cottages and stayed over the night before the big day before travelling in a vintage red tractor to the reception. Opting for an outdoor ceremony the couple said ‘I Do’ with views over the estuary creating the perfect backdrop for this celebration with the bride wearing a stunning off the shoulder embellished dress teamed with a delicate bouquet. The entertainment certainly did not disappoint, the bride’s fathers band played whilst the newlyweds danced back down the aisle together kicking off the evening excellently before an epic white bouncy castle and a romantic sparkler exit all perfectly captured by Indiego Photography.
Childhood sweethearts Sophie and Paul got married in November with the bride wearing a beautiful boho style Spell And The Gypsy bridal dress. They originally planned for a big festival style wedding in the summer of 2020, however, after 10 years of being together, they decided that they couldn’t wait any longer and so instead had a very intimate wedding of just 40 guests in the same church that the bride’s grandparents tied the knot. They planned the new wedding in a couple of months and did everything as a team, from the invites to the cake and the flowers making everything all the more special. Cento Uno played host to the reception which was filled with pizza making, Aperol spritz cocktails and spontaneous dance-offs. This effortlessly cool couple created their perfect day topped with emotional speeches and lots of laughter and all captured by D&J Photography!
Carnival vibes for today’s London wedding at West Reservoir Centre, the bride and groom surprised their guests with a five-piece marching band to lead the couple and their guests from their town hall ceremony to the final celebration! 150 guests sashayed and spun their way through Clissold Park to the surprise beats of Das Brass Marching Band on one of the last sunny days in September, with the whole park joining in to create a magical experience, everyone was beaming! The bride looked amazing in a sophisticated split front gown teamed with a polka dot veil and a truly remarkable bouquet of beautiful David Austin roses. The perfect florals also dressed the venue for the evening party which was fueled by gin and laughter. Incredible, joyous and unexpected this celebration is all captured by Esme Ducker Photography.
A bespoke Emma Beaumont Atelier dress and an epic balloon installation for this relaxed, Autumn wedding at St Stephen’s Trust, a deconsecrated church in Hampstead. The decor at this wedding is simply beautiful, the bride created the flowers using dried foliage for the table flowers and buttonholes along with a mixture of seasonal flowers including dahlias for the aisle decor and peach bouquets. The results are breathtaking and compliments the beautiful space in the venue perfectly which is steeped in history and elegance and the ideal place for this couple to celebrate their big day filled with love, captured by Miss Gen Photography.
Cool, creative and urban styling for this Sheffield wedding, the theme was sequin disco rave and even the brides dress suited perfectly. Melissa & Dave married on stage in front of their friends at The Lantern Theatre, after saying ‘I Do’ the band crashed the ceremony and joined the couple to kick off the festivities. They partied the night away at their very cool, industrial styled warehouse reception which featured amazing tropical flowers, festoon lighting and neon signs. Zero traditions, no white dress and no cake just a wild party with friends and family filled with personal touches and a night not to be forgotten!