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Colourful Wedding Theme in a Boat Shed with Kitsch Decor & Details

This colourful wedding theme is certainly lifting my mood on this cloudy Friday. Full to bursting with eclectic decor, including neon signs, ceramic vases, and retro stationery. Each detail planned and styled by Sally at Events by Design will bring you joy and have your pinning fingers twitching.

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December Wedding with Brown Bridesmaid Dresses & Dried Bouquets

BUDGET £15 – 20K

Relaxed celebration meets glamorous party for this DIY wedding with brown bridesmaid dresses and a bespoke bridal dress. Rachel and Nathan’s big day was on December 28th, how else to perfectly round off the year! Set in their home town of Liverpool they tied the knot at St George’s Hall, before travelling in style in a friends personalised Mini to their a warehouse reception celebration. Complete with espresso martini cocktails, an epic pampas grass floral installation, and an asian inspired buffet meal. So much of this party filled day was created by the bride and their friends and family including the amazing stationary, table plan and bouquets. A great example of a DIY wedding filled with genuine love and character and all captured by Luis Calow.

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Navy Tuxedo for Wedding at Contemporary Industrial Warehouse in Italy

BUDGET £35-40K

A contemporary, flower-less wedding with two grooms looking extremely dapper both wearing a navy tuxedo for wedding at super cool industrial warehouse. With one groom an architect and the other a designer, there was no doubt this wedding would be sophisticated and stylish. Clean lines, modern decor and meticulous attention to detail with tropical leaves taking centre stage during the chic wedding breakfast in the old textile factory venue in Italy. The clean lines and minimalistic approach were carried through onto the wedding stationery and invitations and seating chart that incorporated the industrial feel with metal numbers and dark wood. A memorable day not just for the couple but for the guests as well who were in awe of the stylish day!

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Australian Wedding with Monochrome Industrial Vibes and Botanical Decor

If the Groom is a singer at the Opera house, you know the entertainment at the wedding is going to be pretty special…and it definitely was at this Australian wedding. Following their first look in the streets of Melbourne, the couple got married in a stylish city venue surrounded by 75 friends and family, who were treated to champagne on arrival and serenaded by the gorgeous voices of fellow opera singers. The bride looked elegant in a lace detail Demetrios Bridal wedding dress, accompanied by her bridal party who wore white peplum dresses. While the groom donned a classic black and white tuxedo for the occasion changing later into a white dinner jacket. The monochrome feel was carried through the day with contemporary wedding signs and stationery mixed in with the botanical decor and industrial vibes!

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Haarlem Mill Wedding With Geometric Decor And Neon Signs

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BUDGET £27.5-30K

An industrial-chic celebration at the Haarlem Mill wedding venue deep in the Derbyshire countryside. With just 6 months to plan, this wedding came together beautifully, with so many lovely aspects from the contemporary wedding stationery, the foliage decor and hanging glass bottles, to the epic wedding cake with four flavours, the delicious cheese tower and the marshmallow bar! And there is no denying that the focal point of the reception (obviously apart from the stunning bride and groom!) was that neon lights behind the top table from Bramblesky – one of our directory’s handpicked suppliers – who have done an absolutely amazing job of designing and decorating this wedding!

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Aberdeen Wedding Photographer Captures Authentic Scottish Wedding

BUDGET £25 – 27.5K

We’re heading to the peak of the United Kingdom today for an authentic Scottish wedding captured by Aberdeen wedding photographer Nicola Stewart Photography. There are tartan kilts, personalised touches using Doric dialect and an abundance of inspiration. We particularly love the Edison bulb top table backdrop, as well as the etched wooden table name signs and cake topper. Keep your eyes peeled for Melissa’s wildflower bouquet too. It’ll knock your socks off.

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Anna Campbell Wedding Dress With Hexagonal Wedding Cake In London

BUDGET £20-22.5K

A chic city celebration in London with a candle lit ceremony at the Asylum Chapel followed by a rooftop reception. A beaded Anna Campbell wedding dress that was hunted down by the bride herself (more on that later!), neon signs and a contemporary hexagonal wedding cake to name a few of the highlights of this day! With the bride’s sister by her side in a blush dress as her chosen bridesmaid and amazing views over the city, the happy couple watched on as their nearest and dearest sipped on homemade damson gin and enjoyed a cheese tower for the evening do!

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Bridal Two Piece at Garden Party Wedding in the Cotswolds

BUDGET £22.5K – 25K

A chic bridal two piece looked beautiful at this rustic garden party wedding in the Cotswolds with lots of florals and of course fairy lights! This relaxed wedding featured an open-sided sail cloth marquee stunningly decorated with hanging foliage chandeliers and lots of natural cow parsley in theme with this gorgeous country garden in The Cotswolds. In keeping with the vibe of this garden party wedding, this couple opted for plenty of locally sourced suppliers including the North Cotswold Brewery and Cotswold Gin, their caterers ticked all of this couples boxes with delicious food, a relaxed atmosphere and even serving wood-fired sharing feasts cooked inside a converted land rover all captured perfectly by Clara Cooper Photography.

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Bridal Trainers, Asylum Chapel Ceremony and Groom In Patterned Blazer

BUDGET £15-17.5K

An extremely creative Bride and Groom for this London wedding with leopard print bridal trainers and the groom in a patterned blazer. The ceremony took place at the Asylum Chapel, a beautifully unique venue, with the reception being held at The East Dulwich Tavern where the Bride and Groom littered the room with personal touches including hand-drawn animations of the guests done by the Groom himself! You could really see this couple’s personalities shine through. And as for the mismatched bridesmaids, so cool!

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