BUDGET £5 – 10K
The tones and prints at this industrial inspiration by Esme Whiteside Photography and Sam Williams Flowers are amazing, including tropical blush blooms and leopard print bridesmaid dresses, as well as smoke bombs, and complementing cakes and stationery. If you’re looking for style and substance then you’ve come to the right place.
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!
A whimsical wedding breaking all the traditions! The three-day-long affair at Aynhoe Park in the Cotswolds began with an “I Do BBQ’ where friends and family gathered the day before the ceremony to enjoy food and cocktails to kick off the celebration. The main event was the wedding itself, the bride tried 45 dresses before deciding on the one, which she managed to bag for a bargain price, this was paired with a pink flower crown to match her big bouquet! Shunning usual wedding formalities, the couple decided not to have any bridesmaids or groomsmen and do an emotional first look where they met in the venue’s orangery before the intimate ceremony. With personal vows and short but sweet speeches from both the bride and groom, the day was spent enjoying the relaxed ambience and fun party with their nearest and dearest!