BUDGET £20 – 22.5K
If you didn’t make it to PapaKåta’s Autumn open weekend this year, don’t worry, you can catch up on all the inspiration and advice here. As usual they’ve enlisted the help of many talented suppliers to showcase their Sperry Tents and Tipis, and as usual, they look absolutely fabulous decorated with everything you need to have your own marquee wedding ceremony and reception. My favourite is definitely the flower clouds. WOW. Just. Wow!
Where to begin with this purple wedding? Let’s start with the rich colours and show-stopping floral moon gate which I’m sure you’ve pinned even before you’ve finished reading this sentence! Next, there’s a gold patisserie station full of individual treats that look, and I have on good authority, tasted divine. Plus the cutest cockapoo ring bearer and wedding party that totally rocked their Jesus Peiro and Needle & Thread dresses. When we deliver, we deliver, don’t we… You’re welcome.
Is your wedding booked for the Autumn months? Well, you lucky devil. The blooms of summer might be less abundant, but what replaces them is a resplendent display of rich tones and sculptural textures, found only in Autumn wedding flowers. Whether you choose to embrace the traditionally warm reds and oranges, decide to take advantage of the deep jewel colours or prefer a simple neutral or pastel palette, an expert florist will be able to guide you through the blooms available during this transition season.
Is there anything more intoxicating than the idea of eloping? The act of stripping everything back to what truly matters – you and your beloved, your promises, your passion – is supremely simple but heartachingly romantic, and this Hallstatt elopement will certainly leave you weak at the knees. Australian couple Sari & Daniel only have eyes for each other, which is just as it should be, and look breathtaking against the beautiful backdrop of the Austrian Alps. These stunning photos are intimate and exquisite, and feel as if they should be both private and public all at the same time.
Crunchy leaves. Bold colours. The last sniff of summer mixed with the first sniff of winter. Autumn is one of the jewels in nature’s crown, so it’s little wonder that this autumn wedding is so stunning. Claire & Jack wanted to celebrate the season in all its glory, and with foliage, festoon lights and a feast of pie and mash (nom), there is no doubt that they have done so. Captured in all its multicoloured magic by Katrina Bartlam, a member of our handpicked supplier directory The List, this is a truly elegant autumnal affair.
Today’s wedding is a cacophony of deep and rich autumnal colours – and we absolutely love it. The aisle, made from Persian rugs and leaves, has to be one of the best wedding walkways I’ve ever seen, whilst the open side of the barn creates an amazing indoor-outdoor feel. Utterly gorgeous. Throw into the mix vegetarian street food, a naked Waitrose-bought wedding cake, a bead embellished Needle & Thread dress and a surprise mariachi band – oh, and a couple of pugs! – for a knockout set of nuptials. Enjoy.
Kat and Ed’s big day at Pennard House is so much more than just a stunning wedding. Yes, it is bright and beautiful, with colourful dahlias and clear September skies. Sure, bride Kat looks ravishing in her Alexander Wang racerback dress and red Nicholas Kirkwood shoes. And yes, the food by Caroline Gent Events and the unlimited crepes served from a beautifully restored 1970’s Citroen HVan sound mouth watering. But do you know what is most impressive? Kat and Ed planned all of this is only three months. That’s correct, they spent just 9 weeks planning their wedding. And, it’s perfect.