This joyful, balloon filled festival wedding at The George In Rye is just full of fun and quirky decor ideas to recreate for your own big day. Balloons always add a gorgeous pop of colour and I love the rose gold shade that Katy has sourced.
Like yesterday’s bride Roxy, Katy also wears a high street gown, with it’s gorgeous halter neck and slinky fabric, you’ll never guess where it’s from…
Aynhoe Park ALWAYS makes us smile. Every time I see a wedding featured there I always stumble across a new detail I love, and I NEVER tire of seeing the hanging giraffe. The incredibly unique decor was perfect for Hannah & Steven’s blush & white theme with unicorn details, giving an incredibly romantic feel to this achingly elegant wedding.
The colour scheme was even echoed in bride Hannah’s dreamy blush wedding dress. Plus she has an entourage of bridesmaids, flower girls and page boys in equally stunning attire that’ll have you wanting to increase your bridal squad immediately.
I can’t think of a better photographer than Lucy Davenport to capture this whimsical day, as her fine art style suits it down to the ground.
Oh my gosh this fairytale wedding is SO pretty. I simply adore the delicate palette of white, blush and grey filling Pennsylvania Castle in Dorset. The coastal views are absolutely stunning, as are the grounds and interior, making this one AMAZING place to say I do.
The colour palette of blush, peach, lavender, sage green and ivory is one of my favourites. Effortlessly timeless. And I know boutonnieres are not something I would normally get over excited about but, Steff and Sam’s are perfection. Seriously – you need to have yourself a butchers at THOSE.
I’ve been really, really, REALLY looking forward to sharing this fun, flirty and oh-so fashion forward shoot with you lovely lot. When a submission from stylish ladies Emma at Coco Wedding Venues and Katrina from Katrina Otter Weddings hits your inbox you just know it’s going to be something special and this time they’ve got the fabulous Rebecca Goddard taking the photos, AND it’s at Wimbourne House, an achingly cool East London venue run by Snap Studios.
There’s a kind of cool Copacabana meets 60s Siren vibe going on that I’m struggling to define – all I know is that I really like it!!! If you’re a Pinterest fan, you *may* be a little sick of seeing all those floaty and whimsical shoots with a sullen faced Bride standing on the edge of a cliff – I know I am – so it’s very refreshing to share something that is industrial, vibrant, a bit cheeky and a whole lot sexy…
And all of the suppliers who collaborated in this shoot are some of the very best in the business, so make sure you check out the links at the bottom of the post if any of the gorgeous details catch your eye!