BUDGET £20 – 25K
Well if this wedding at Nancarrow Farm in Cornwall doesn’t scream ‘fun’ I don’t know what does! The bride and groom have constantly got the biggest smiles plastered on their face along with all their guests and that wandering acoustic wedding band looks so entertaining, getting the party going! The bride looked stunning in an applique wedding dress with a long sleeve layer which could be removed halfway through the day! The humanist ceremony was followed by drinks outside and a superb wedding breakfast – it had a lot to live up to with the groom being a chef himself! Even the evening food was incredible, with guests enjoying delicious toasties and porchetta buns around the cosy fire under lanterns!
This couple decided that one day was not enough time to celebrate with their loved ones, so a week under the Tuscan sun at Villa di Ulignano with a wedding in the middle was a perfect idea! The ceremony was held early evening in the gardens of the Italian villa, perfect for a relaxed afternoon getting ready, and even a dip in the pool! This was followed by the stunning alfresco wedding breakfast that was served on a long banquet table littered in yellow and pink florals and all the peonies! The bride chose an off the shoulder Watters wedding dress that complemented the Italian vibes beautifully and added her own pop of colour with pink hair that perfectly matched the bouquet!
Cool, creative and urban styling for this Sheffield wedding, the theme was sequin disco rave and even the brides dress suited perfectly. Melissa & Dave married on stage in front of their friends at The Lantern Theatre, after saying ‘I Do’ the band crashed the ceremony and joined the couple to kick off the festivities. They partied the night away at their very cool, industrial styled warehouse reception which featured amazing tropical flowers, festoon lighting and neon signs. Zero traditions, no white dress and no cake just a wild party with friends and family filled with personal touches and a night not to be forgotten!
Entering through the floral moon gate arch and following the festoon lit path, guests were met with a marquee decorated with bright hanging flower installations and rustic wooden wedding signs. Choosing to have the wedding at the bride’s family home meant months of preparation and watering the garden to get it looking as lovely as it did on the day! Formal and heavily curated was not this couple’s style, so choosing a much more low key celebration and mixing up traditions suited them much better, allowing everyone to relax and thoroughly enjoy themselves. Complementing the wildflower theme, were the blue bridal party who wore blue Rewritten bridesmaid dresses – who we love and are one of our handpicked suppliers – and of course the bride who opted for a lace sleeved dress from Mademoiselle de Guise. Perfection!