All you need is love and this incredible Sixties wedding inspiration loaded with wildflowers in bold colours, tassel bunting and retro furniture. Plus lots of quirky details including macrame decor, fabric signs, and a complementing stationery suite. There are also two brides who kill it in an applique bridal mini dress and boots, and a wide leg wedding jumpsuit with a bridal cape and platforms. Talk about goals!

Sixties wedding inspiration with wildflowers, macrame decor and two brides in a mini dress and jumpsuit with a bridal cape.

Step back to the days of carefree festivals, escape into music and spread a message of fun, unity and individuality.

Sam Bennett

An array of meadow fields, beautiful wildflowers, blossoming trees and farmland, a venue only the best festivals in the world could dream of. With its elongated driveway, perfect for the vintage powder blue fiat, and traditional British touches, Huntsmill Farm embraces its guests with its perfectly imperfect natural beauty. Alcoves, alleys and bridges, nestled within, frame the individual components of the day creating an intimacy that is evident in both image and film.

Sam Bennett


The colour pallet effortlessly flaunts the retro theme with psychedelic tones and patterns, combined with a soft floral touch of oversized Daisies and breathtaking moonrise peonies in pops of yellow. The original sixties wedding decor adds inviting notes of nostalgia and conversation throughout, from authentic vintage wallpaper to handmade dip-dyed tassel bunting and plant hangers. The smaller details collate to create an atmosphere that encourages the notion of gathering. An eclectic array of vintage mix and match seating, plates and soft furnishings add a personal touch, enhancing the closeness felt throughout.


With a strong Twiggy influence, a cropped sixties shape was key when sourcing the mini wedding dress. Alongside a powerfully sophisticated caped jumpsuit, the two outfits complement each other beautifully creating a feminine yet strong independence. Pops of colour were added from luxe velvet pink wedge heels and strong lip colour. 60’s chunky white faux leather boots add a statement against the delicate detailing of the sleeved dress. The loose plaits, waves, curls and oversized real florals in the hair add a gentle, yet proud nod to the festival style and frame the strong eye and lash detailing.

It's no wonder the sixties was referred to as the swinging 60s because everything about this inspiration is lively, exciting, and fashionable.

A collaboration of like-minded industry suppliers, welcoming a parade of colour, pattern and texture. With original 60’s decor and accessories, handmade touches and sweeping festival fields. A togetherness is created, in a world where society is so constraint with modern life, a nostalgic look at days that really could be ‘the best of your life.

Sam Bennett

This sixties wedding theme embraced colour, fashion and flowers, and couldn't have been more representative of the free-spirited decade. For lots more LGBTQI+70's and boho wedding inspiration filter our inspiration pages.

Lorna Shaw

Written by Lorna Shaw

Featured suppliers

Photo & film: Sam Bennett Photography + Film | Styling & Furniture: Nikkita P Designs + Hire | Florals: Sorcha Herbert Flowers | Cake: Natasha Collins | Venue: Huntsmill Farm | Dress & Jumpsuit: Bridal Flamingo | Hair & Makeup: Aga Rocks | Models: The Blonde Explorer, Rachael Newby | Signage & Flags: Daydreamer Creative Studio | Stationery: Love Paper Co. | Car: Lil + Blue | Macrame & Garlands: Ivy + Jones

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