Alice & Adam's Primrose Hill wedding is full of fun and unique ideas like their Jenga wedding guest book, doughnut wall, pina colada cocktails, a completely handmade wedding dress, and they also used flower decor as favours to give away to guests at the end! The couple wanted a low-waste wedding with plenty of botanical vibes at their outdoor wedding ceremony. On hand to capture the special and unique day was Recommended supplier, Poppy Carter Portraits. Providing the entertainment was Recommended supplier, Entertainment Nation.
Primrose Hill wedding with Jenga wedding guest book
Don’t sweat the small stuff! As long as you have the main elements sorted don’t stress over the little things. Enjoy every moment!
Jenga Wedding Guest Book
Overall this wedding day was botanical and chilled! Alice & Adam wanted to complement the natural surroundings of Primrose Hill Farm and all its beauty, with neutral tones and little details that made it extra special. The couple also wanted to have a low-waste wedding, so the plant pots and flowers were all given away to guests at the end of the evening. Alice's favourite part of the day was walking down the aisle. When she turned the corner and saw all the beautiful flowers and Adam standing at the bottom in his tux. Aww! The couple had an outdoor ceremony, which allowed for the flowers to be a standout part of the day complete with a flowing bridal cape. A unique aspect of this wedding day that we're obsessed with is the Jenga wedding guest book! What a fun idea!
Handmade Bridal Outfit
Alice & Adam just adored every part of their day. From having all of their favourite people be present, to the chilled, relaxed vibes of the whole day. But most of all, Alice's sister designed and handmade her wedding dress, bridal cape and accessories. Being able to have something entirely custom and made from their shared vision is something Alice is so grateful for. The bridal outfit was complete with hand-sewn beading and lace pieces, so it had the perfect amount of sparkle and elegance! Having her sister make the most important outfit of her life meant that she could have exactly the kind of wedding dress she envisioned. To complete the chilled vibes of this black tie wedding was a doughnut wall, pina colada cocktails, and epic smoke bomb portraits along with the Jenga wedding guest book.
Doughnut walls…decor and dessert! Heart eyes!
We tried to use local suppliers and independent businesses as we know how important it is to champion local. We tried to have calls and face-to-face meetings to make sure we shared the ‘vision’ of what we wanted. Trust was a key factor in our final choices as we wanted the planning process to be as stress-free as possible.