There’s no doubt about it this pink and gold wedding is delicious, and what makes it even more special is it was all held at the brides family home, with DIY geometric decor, stunning flowers and a fabulous home baked wedding cake.
Both the bride and her best girls looked stunning in separates. Ellen wore a Catherine Deane Havanna Corset and Ankia Skirt which was the perfect choice for this stylish, but relaxed celebration, and her bridesmaids wore pleated TFNC skirts with different tops & shoes to suit their personalities.
Capturing this PIN-tastic back-garden wedding was the lovely Jess Soper, whose photography style makes this sentimental day radiate even more.
Oh my this wedding party are one seriously stylish bunch.
Bride Emma wears a fabulous backless gown designed by her friend of Bon Bride, and her best girls look beautiful in pleated navy skirts and white top separates. Plus you have to check out their shoes! And the perfect place for all this style was at home for a super fun back garden marquee reception filled with gorgeous botanics.
The skies may be grey but the spirit, love and personality of this gorgeous couple shine through, beautifully lighting up the page and images captured by Craig Williams Photography.
The wedding of Bride Terri a.k.a Summer Lily Studio to her beau Paul is simply stunning. When you view the tablescape you’ll be forgiven for thinking it’s a shoot it’s that perfect. Pan out to to whole marquee reception and you can see a whole lot-a-love, style and planning was put in to make it so special.
Cue help from industry friends Claire Clarke Weddings, White Emporium, and not forgetting Terri’s mum who by the sounds of it was an absolute legend and quite a dab hand with a can of spray paint, and you will understand even more why everything is so beautiful, and ran so smoothly.
Terri looks absolutely stunning in both her bridal gowns. I love the tulle and lace on the Pronovias gown and the backless feature on the Katie May gown is absolutely breathtaking. I think if I had the chance to wear both I would have definitely jumped at it too. As for her best girls, I don’t think she could have found a more apt. peach, sequin gown from ASOS, perfectly mirroring the colour scheme and cooper and rose gold decor and details at the wedding.
An absolutely gorgeous display of rustic romance and dreamy fine art photography captured beautifully by Terri’s friend Lauren from Sung Blue Photography.
My heart is literally bursting with love for this at home wedding. Captured beautifully by Maryanne Weddings Photography, I genuinely feel like I was there having the time of my life along with our gorgeous couple. There is so much emotion and happiness in each and every image not to mention rustic pretty you’re are going to want to view time and time again.
Every detail is truly divine, all styled, DIY-ed and put together by Emily & Chris’s more than willing family and friends. From the bar, to the floral arch and fabulous hanging display in the tipi reception, to the naked wedding cake, borrowed vintage wedding car and home of Emily’s parents.
If all this wasn’t enough, it also comes with an adorable tale of how they got together, the sweetest proposal and some wonderful advice.
Arranging a DIY filled, tipi, at home wedding is no mean feat, let alone when you are seven months pregnant. But beautiful Bride Jane and her Groom Keith took it all in their stride, with everything made easier by helpful family and friends. There are hay bales, fire pits, pom poms, and a fabulous polaroid picture table plan featuring every guests picture. Every detail adds charm to this sentimental venue and is bursting with love.
Despite the 30 degree Suffolk heat, Bride Jane (and bump!) looks an absolute vision in her Lucille Eliza Jane Howell embellished gown, as does Groom Keith in his bespoke Cad & The Dandy suit. Together they enjoy every moment of their wedding day, and are the last to leave the dance floor in the early hours of the morning. Jane you are an absolute legend, and simply stunning to boot.
Our gorgeous couple David and Pippa met on a play date with their two girls. A year to the day they had their first date they held a truly beautiful, emotional wedding full to the brim of stunning details, perfectly telling the story of their romance, and the best part it was all in their back garden!
First came the ceremony at Hammersmith Town Hall which captures some of my absolute favourite moments by O&C Photography of this new family unit, as well as showing off Pippa & David’s undeniable style. Pippa looks uber chic in a Ghost gown, and how fabulous is her feather bouquet. Their girls look equally adorable in tulle skirts from Marks and Spencer, wands and headbands, and together there is no denying all the love and happiness.
This wedding has well and truly warmed my soul. I always love a big-day held at the Bride or Grooms family home and the location of Charley’s parents house is simply idyllic. The fact that the sun shone down on them all so they could hold their speeches outside was just the icing on the pastoral cake. The whole wedding was a family affair, with the gardens, flowers and bunting all being lovingly prepared by Charley and Liam’s nearest and dearest.
Jess Soper has captured everything beautifully too – those couple portraits at sunset are perfection. Forehead kisses forever!
(Oh and before I pass you over to our lovely couple, I think lots of you will be able to relate to the phrase ‘Bucking Funting’ it certainly made me giggle…)
We love sharing at home weddings with you all. They are always absolutely full of sentimental touches and DIY details.
Emily & Pete’s marquee wedding is no exception with it’s vintage motorbike and side car to satisfy the petrol head in the groom. Then there’s the surf simulator because you know he surfs too. Emily’s influences can be found in the decor with cream & copper spray painted tin cans and delicate white blooms. Plus her and her maids gowns add a touch of glamour to the country vibe with sparkles and sequins.
The garden wedding culminated in everyone having a wonderful time dancing the night away to The Deloreans with Camilla Arnhold Photography capturing all those special moments.
There is nothing more heart warming than reading the place in which our gorgeous couple got married is none other than the local church that has married generations of family members too. And to top it all off their tipi reception was also nestled in the family garden.
The rustic decor coupled with the crips white blooms look out of this world. Not to mention all the festoon & fairy lights that lit up the garden after dark, turning the space into a truly magical place to celebrate, with the fire pits, photo booth, face painter and popcorn & candy vendors bringing an element of fun to this rustic country wedding.
Everyone is full of smiles with all the loveliness of this sentimental day captured by White Stag Photography.