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Deer Park Country House Socially Distanced Classic Wedding

If you’ve been contemplating having a socially distanced wedding, but aren’t quite sure if you want to wait or just go for it?! Then this Deer Park Country House wedding in Devon, planned and styled by Fern Godfrey Weddings and photographed by Emma Pilkington Photography is not only the epitome of elegance but truly shows you how amazing your day can be. It features all the wonderful wedding day moments and details you’d expect from a pre-COVID wedding. Including an outdoor ceremony, candlelit reception, cutting the cake and first dance. And what’s more, bride and groom, Shanice and Stephen look incredible in their black-tie wedding outfits. What a wedding and what an inspiration.

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The Old Kent Barn Wedding with Bride in Off The Shoulder Wedding Dress

BUDGET £25 – 30K

Just 24 hours before Elsie and Nuno were due to get married at The Old Kent Barn, the U.K was put into Lockdown. Even though they had to cut short their wedding day, and some of their family and friends couldn’t make it, they had the best day infused with their Guinea-Bissau and Zimbabwean cultures and were so joyful and thankful to just be married.

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Old Marylebone Town Hall Socially Distanced 2020 Wedding

BUDGET <£5K

Due to Coronovirus restrictions Shivani and Jiten had to postpone their originally planned destination wedding from July 2020 to July 2021. But as they weren’t living together, they wanted to proceed with their civil ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall as soon as it was legal, so they could begin married life. Shivani looked like a goddess in her off the shoulder wedding and blew Jiten away at their post ceremony first look, and those family members that were able to attend couldn’t not be happier for the newlyweds. “COVID has shown us that it’s important to be resilient and spend every day we have together. The wedding was a pocket of joy in a tough year, for us, our family, and friends.

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White Rose Bouquet for Summer Church Wedding with Tipi Reception

BUDGET £30 – 35K

Eleanor and Alastair opted for a traditional English country wedding featuring a beautiful white rose bouquet. The day began with a church ceremony and an epic confetti exit before travelling in style to a relatives garden for a summer tipi reception. All the flowers were home-grown including the pretty table arrangements styled with a wild meadow theme and a touch of bold colour. Along with the beautiful flowers the couple also dressed the tipi with fairy lights and had black and white polaroid images hung with pegs creating such a personalised touch. Making the most of their rural surroundings the couple stole a moment away from the celebration and created the most beautiful sunset shots, all in all, a wonderful, joy-filled day captured by Carrie Lavers Photography.

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3D Flower Wedding Dress by Viktor & Rolf for Florence Celebration

BUDGET £60K+

We don’t know where to start with this wedding, from the 3D flower wedding dress to the amazing views at the Florence venue, everything is so so gorgeous! This couple had two ceremonies, the first a private Italian civil ceremony held in a chapel designed by Michaelangelo (no biggie!) and the other a stunning Persian/Baha’i ceremony with their guests, looking over amazing views with the sun slowly setting – you can’t get more romantic! With their joint love of films and as the groom is a film maker, this was the obvious theme of the day with the groom actually making 3 short films that were screened at the wedding itself under a canopy of fairy lights on the lawns of the venue with the views providing an amazing backdrop – what an incredible experience!

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Pink Wedding Suits for a Romantic Same Sex Wedding in Paris

BUDGET £10 – 15K

Hiram and Ben both looked amazing in pink wedding suits at their romantic same-sex wedding in Paris. Every detail emphasised there French, Italian, American, and Puerto Rican roots and even included loved ones who had travelled from all over the world. After an emotional first look, the couple officially tied the knot at an intimate wedding ceremony all finished off with a bubble tunnel exit. Their second ceremony was officiated by two of Hiram and Ben’s closest friends and included a beautiful handfasting ribbon ritual. At the end, the couple toasted their celebration with a champagne reception followed by an intimate dinner, all in all, a wonderful day filled with personal touches and love.

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Shropshire Wedding Venue Iscoyd Park for Classic Wedding

Classic country wedding at Shropshire wedding venue, Iscoyd Park anyone? Because believe us you don’t want to miss out! There are incredible floral arrangements and installations in the chuch and marquee reeption. Plus, wonderful wedding portraits and moments of pure joy captured by Photography34. And not forgetting the bride and grooms traditional wedding attire. We can’t resit a cathedral length veil!

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Kinkell Byre December Wedding in Scotland with Enzoani Bride Dress

BUDGET £25-30K

There was only one theme to chose for the travel-loving couple at this Kinkell Byre wedding in Scotland. Having spent 9 months prior to their engagement traveling the world our bride and groom wanted to bring a bit of adventure to their guests including a map table plan and table names in different languages. The personal touches continued with both the mother of the Bride and the Grooms mother dressing the venue and what a beautiful job they did, the romantic blush florals, the gold arch that framed the couple as they said their vows during the humanist ceremony and the hoop table decor. When the couple had their rings made they combined gold from both families to signify the coming together of both sides and they also provided a program for guests so they could get to know the bridal party a little better – love this idea!

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Ramster Hall Wedding with Gysophila Flower Crown & Blue Bridesmaids

A beautifully classic church ceremony followed by a romantic and elegant wedding breakfast at Ramster Hall in Surrey. The bride arrived at the church in a vintage white Rolls Royce wearing a Dana Bolton dress and a delicate Gypsophila flower crown. The bridal party – including two incredibly cute page boys – wore mismatched style powder blue bridesmaid dresses. This creative couple wanted to design and make everything they could! The bride designed the stationery and made the welcome sign and the groom made the giant garden games that helped keep everyone entertained. And as the groom is a beekeeper, there was only going to be one option for the wedding favours – honey (of course!) with personalised labels!

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