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Spell And The Gypsy Bridal Dress for Intimate Wedding with Pizza Making

BUDGET £5 – 10K

Childhood sweethearts Sophie and Paul got married in November with the bride wearing a beautiful boho style Spell And The Gypsy bridal dress. They originally planned for a big festival style wedding in the summer of 2020, however, after 10 years of being together, they decided that they couldn’t wait any longer and so instead had a very intimate wedding of just 40 guests in the same church that the bride’s grandparents tied the knot. They planned the new wedding in a couple of months and did everything as a team, from the invites to the cake and the flowers making everything all the more special. Cento Uno played host to the reception which was filled with pizza making, Aperol spritz cocktails and spontaneous dance-offs. This effortlessly cool couple created their perfect day topped with emotional speeches and lots of laughter and all captured by D&J Photography!

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Maggie Sottero Wedding Dress with Autumnal Flowers & Croquembouche

BUDGET £35-40K

A beautiful Autumnal wedding with seasonal tones, a glasshouse reception and a beautiful Maggie Sottero dress for the bride. The church ceremony, which had truly stunning Autumn toned flowers, was followed by a beautiful reception at the gorgeous Anran in Devon, with florals, candles and little pumpkins (very fitting for an October wedding) decorating the long banquet tables that the couple had hired from Virginas Vintage Hire – one of our handpicked suppliers. There was not one but two choices of alternative wedding cakes with a cheese tower and an amazing Croquembouche, how could you chose between them! A perfect couple of days for the couple to kick back, relax and enjoy their special day with friends and family.

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City Wedding with Marching Band to West Reservoir Centre Reception

BUDGET £25 – 30K

Carnival vibes for today’s London wedding at West Reservoir Centre, the bride and groom surprised their guests with a five-piece marching band to lead the couple and their guests from their town hall ceremony to the final celebration! 150 guests sashayed and spun their way through Clissold Park to the surprise beats of Das Brass Marching Band on one of the last sunny days in September, with the whole park joining in to create a magical experience, everyone was beaming! The bride looked amazing in a sophisticated split front gown teamed with a polka dot veil and a truly remarkable bouquet of beautiful David Austin roses. The perfect florals also dressed the venue for the evening party which was fueled by gin and laughter. Incredible, joyous and unexpected this celebration is all captured by Esme Ducker Photography.

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Emma Beaumont Dress & Balloon Installation For Relaxed Wedding

A bespoke Emma Beaumont Atelier dress and an epic balloon installation for this relaxed, Autumn wedding at St Stephen’s Trust, a deconsecrated church in Hampstead. The decor at this wedding is simply beautiful, the bride created the flowers using dried foliage for the table flowers and buttonholes along with a mixture of seasonal flowers including dahlias for the aisle decor and peach bouquets. The results are breathtaking and compliments the beautiful space in the venue perfectly which is steeped in history and elegance and the ideal place for this couple to celebrate their big day filled with love, captured by Miss Gen Photography.

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Side Ponytail & Daughters of Simone Dress at Destination Wedding in Italy

An Italian destination wedding where the bride looked beautiful in a lace wedding dress with a side ponytail clutching a foliage bouquet. Stunning views were the backdrop to the outdoor ceremony at Palazzo Mannocchi, followed by dinner in the historic square of Petritoli overlooked by the prettiest clock tower. The travel-loving couple knew they wanted to incorporate their passion into their day and what better way than renting a 32 bedroom house for their 70 guests in a small picturesque town in Italy for a week of laughter, fun, food and drink, ending with their wedding! Wanting to make it super personal, the couple made a lot of the decorations themselves, from their wedding invites to the personalised bedroom door signs for each guest’s rooms, even handwriting each guest individual notes that they placed in their bedrooms to thank them for coming!

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Marquee Reception at Wales Wedding Venue with Two Bridal Dresses

BUDGET £30 – 35K


Today’s celebration comes from the valleys at a Wales wedding venue with two beautiful bridal dresses and two special guests. The day kicked off in a Welsh chapel with a bilingual ceremony followed by a stunning reception where the bride’s dog and horse also made an appearance! Being a keen horse rider the bride decided to add equestrian touches to the day including the hanging stirrup displays and table place settings, this along with the floral decor perfectly suited the marquee reception and created a beautiful backdrop to the celebration all captured by Yana Photography.

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Celestial Wedding Dress and Details at Stoke Park Pavilions

There is something so mesmerising about the night sky, and it’s lovely when a passion for all things Celestial is illustrated beautifully in wedding decor and details; including on the day stationery, an embroidered wedding dress and an impressive dried flower crescent moon installation. Add the rustic tones of autumn and the spectacular backdrop of Stoke Park in Northamptonshire and you have one hell of an inspiration shoot to pore over and pin.

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Emerald Green Bridesmaid Dresses for Wedding at Morden Hall in London

BUDGET £25-30K

A taste of the countryside and beautiful greenery in London with delicate pastel florals and emerald green bridesmaid dresses. With guests travelling from all over the world to see this couple tie the knot at Morden Hall, a National Trust house with beautiful gardens close to the city. A real family affair with the bride’s mother and brother designing and painting the wedding stationery and the groom’s sisters playing the piano at the ceremony and handmaking biscuit favours. The bride wasn’t afraid to get her hands dirty too, drying the petals of all the bouquets she got in the run up to the big day, in order to use them for confetti! Having grown up in Australia, the bride wanted to incorporate this into the day so a mixture of Australian and English flowers were used throughout creating beautiful delicate displays.

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Intimate Oxford Wedding at Bodleian Library with First Look

BUDGET £15 – 20K

This intimate Oxford wedding is filled to the brim with personal touches and charm. The couple shared a special moment with a first look before walking down the aisle together whilst the harp played Toto by Africa, after exiting to the Jurrasic Park theme the couple then took a short walk through the back streets of Oxford with their guests to the reception. The Bodleian Library played host to the second part of their day and offered a stunning and dramatic backdrop for the evening celebrations which featured a period style mirrored table plan and an epic cheese tower cake. This personal and relaxed day is all beautifully photographed by Poppy Carter Portraits.

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