Hannah & Sunny's Crumplebury wedding looks beautiful with that epic dried flower cloud from Recommended supplier, Forest and the Flowers. The couple decided to break almost all of the normal wedding traditions and just focused on what was important to them. They had no bridesmaids, no groomsmen, and no cake! Hannah & Sunny opted for a humanist ceremony with Recommended supplier and humanist celebrant, Nat Raybould. The finer details, like Hannah's pearl headband and bag, are from Recommended supplier, Six Stories! Plus, the confetti was also from a Recommended supplier, Flutter, Darlings! Hannah & Sunny chose Recommended supplier, Prezola, for their gift list.

Crumplebury wedding with no bridesmaids, no groomsmen and no cake!

We found a lot of our suppliers on Instagram and via recommendations from the ones we had booked. We knew what we were looking for, so it was easier to find the right person.

Hannah & Sunny


Hannah & Sunny's wedding was modern, chic, and autumnal! They decided on Crumplebury because of the architecture. The building has lots of glass and black cladding, which the couple reflected in their choice of the cabana, vases and perspex details. The autumn season means a lot to Hannah & Sunny, and the autumnal colour palette added some softness to the more modern elements throughout the day. Like that gorgeous and epic flower cloud! We've got serious heart eyes! The couple removed a lot of traditions from their wedding. They had no bridesmaids/groomsmen and no cake. They felt like they were ticking boxes rather than including things that were actually meaningful to them. None of their guests minded on the day - it was perfect for them. 

Humanist Ceremony

One of Hannah's fave moments was the ceremony and seeing Sunny for the first time during the 'first look'. The couple decided to walk into the ceremony together. 
Their private first look also gave them time to take everything in together. The ceremony itself was by the wonderful Nat Raybould, who incorporated the couple's personal take on a traditional Hindu Saptapadi. Rather than walking around a fire, they had plinths with candles and modernised the joint vows. When Hannah & Sunny first got engaged they wrote a list of things they wanted to include in their day.  They ended up with a fairly short list. But one of the main priorities was having a humanist ceremony and so many people commented on how personal, unique and perfect it was for them as a couple. 

Who needs traditions? Hannah & Sunny’s day at Crumplebury is beautiful without them!

Camila from Forest and the Flowers really outdid herself. She was a pleasure to work with and was so helpful throughout the wedding planning. It felt like a really collaborative process and she understood my vision for the flowers and decor straight away. We gave her creative freedom to create some amazing 'wow' moments, including the table plan in the entrance foyer and the beautiful cabana above our head table. We were blown away by how it all came together.

Hannah & Sunny

Hannah & Sunny's Crunplebury wedding may not have all the traditional elements of a wedding. But we are so in love with the couple's choice to exclude things that don't have any personal meaning to them. If you'd like to know more about what a humanist ceremony actually is, then take a look at our informative article about humanist wedding ceremonies. The real show stealer from this day is that dried flower cloud! We've got plenty more flower installation inspiration, so don't go anywhere!

Leah Blundell

Written by Leah Blundell

Featured suppliers

Venue: Crumplebury | Photographer: Laura Martha Photography | Band: Thrill Collins | Florist: Forest and the Flowers | Makeup Artist: Julian Ramirez | Wedding Dress: Alyssa Kristin | Wedding Dress Sleeves: Charlie Brear | Bridal Boutique: The White Closet | Headband & Bag: Six Stories | Groom & Groomsmen's Suits: Clifton Suits | Shoes: Charlotte Mills, Loake | Stationery: Crum & Co | Celebrant: Nat Raybould | Confetti: Flutter, Darlings!

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