The flowers at this Blairquhan Castle wedding are simply breathtaking. A mixture of 4 different cultures (Jewish, Scottish, Welsh and Christian) meant there were so many exciting parts to the day. The ceremony space looked truly stunning with the foliage and floral installations surrounding the couple as they said their vows and ghost chairs to allow the flowers to be centre of attention. Following this was a beautiful, cosy wedding breakfast littered with white floral arrangments, green glassware and romantic candles. The bride herself too looked beautiful, in a Suzanne Neville dress finished with a low ponytail tied in a delicate ribbon as she became wife to her traditional kilt-wearing husband. The guests were entertained by one of our brilliant handpicked suppliers – The Wedding DJ – along with a traditional ceilidh band! And can we take a moment to appreciate the amazing white and gold wedding cake, all six tiers of it!
As soon as we saw this colourful folk art wedding inspiration at Chiddingstone Castle styled by Pink Palm Events and organised and captured by Rebecca Carpenter Photography we knew we wanted to share it with you. Featuring colourful bespoke wedding dresses and accessories by recommended suppliers Emma Beaumont and Hermione Harbutt, as well as vibrant flower arrangements, a beautiful square wedding cake with tile motifs and complementing stationery designs. Intrigued? Then make yourselves comfortable, get your pinning fingers ready and enjoy!
Danby Castle wedding venue is set in the beautiful Whitby and was the perfect choice for this gorgeous celebration. The bride looked beautiful in an Emma Beaumont wedding dress (who is one of our amazing handpicked suppliers!) with lace detail and a pretty hairpiece, flanked by her four bridesmaids who wore grey multiway dresses all clutching foliage bouquets. The foliage was definitely the theme of the day, saying their I Do’s in front of a foliage wreath and the wooden wedding breakfast tables littered in eucalyptus leaves. Wanting to move away from traditions, the wedding speeches were held outdoors in the castle ruins followed by pie and mash served inside on wooden benches that the couple had designed themselves! They even did a ‘First Dance’ sweepstake and gave the guests 100 song options for them to guess their first dance number and the lucky winners took home £100! The photography was definitely important to this couple, as the bride and groom are amazing wedding photographers, Abbie Sizer Photography, and one of our handpicked suppliers!
When your family home just so happens to be Hawarden Castle in Wales there really is no doubt in your mind where you’ll have your wedding. Bride India looks every bit the princess in a stunning fitted wedding dress with off the shoulder detail, and her groom David by her side, the dashing prince in a traditional morning suit. Together they made all their wedding fairytale dreams come true.