BUDGET £27.5 – 30K
The saying goes “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” And what better “something blue” than your best girls; In gorgeous halterneck dresses I might add. I love that these beautiful ladies carried hoop bouquets rather than traditional posies, and the portraits of them walking through the fields are just adorable. As is the whole of this teepee outdoor wedding at the bride’s parents farm.
You can literally feel all the love and happiness oozing out of the captures by Katie Ingram Photography at this festival wedding in Wales. From each family hug and candid moment with friends you’ll be dreaming up your own boho chic day in a field.
The bridal party look gorgeous in different powder blue dresses and matching wellies and I love the layers and layers of organza on bride Jenny’s gown. Not to be forgotten is groom Seb who looks effortlessly dapper in a navy suit teamed with a crisp white shirt and tie. There’s not may wedding parties that could pull off such a refined look in such a laid back location, but these gorgeous folks have done it perfectly.
If you’re already missing the weekend and looking to cure your Monday blues, this wedding is the ultimate remedy. Enjoy.
Every so often we like to dip our inspirational toes into the creative waters that make up bridal trends and this week folks is one such example.
Having passed the half way point of 2104 we thought it would be as good as time as any to take a retrospective look at some of our favourite bridesmaids trends that have dominated the bridal world this year and which we’re as sure as sure will certainly see us out until the bright lights of 2015.
Be it metallic maidens, bridesmaids in blue, the little black dress or the ever popular neutral colour scheme we’re pretty sure that there’s something for everyone.
Come and take a look…