BUDGET £22.5 – 25K
A naked wedding cake is a stylish choice that would suit any theme or colour scheme. Simple and understated, there are literally thousands of ways to decorate your naked wedding cake so you can truly make the design your own.
Day one was an intimate affair at Fort Henry with only immediate family and friends, plus the couples adorable dog Alfie, and day two was party day in a local village hall, prepped and preened by family and friends with lots of DIY decor and details. The afternoon kicked off with Gin cocktails, craft beers, fish and chips and ice cream cones, and culminated with a ceilidh band. Capturing all the laid back vibes and fun were photographer friends The George’s.
Laura and George certainly have an eye for detail, choosing to complement the architecture of their Somerset wedding venues with minimalist wedding decor. They designed the monochrome wedding signs and stationery and enhanced them with botanical green and white wedding flowers. Both are also dressed to impress with Laura’s wonderful long sleeve wedding dress being handmade by herself, mum and dear friend.
Hannah & Tom’s summer wedding at Cripps Barn is an eclectic mix of beauty. There’s Hannah’s homemade fantasy headdress, not one, but three celestial wedding cakes, and last but by no means least a gorgeous macrame wall hanging lovingly woven by Hannah herself. The barn is also drenched in foliage and ferns, and Hannah and Tom’s gorgeous day culminates with a seriously hot choreographed first dance. Ready to take a look? Thought so!
You may want to get your pinning fingers ready because this outdoor woodland wedding at Upthorpe Wood is full of fabulous DIY decor and ideas. There are macramé and dreamcatcher hangings, plus glitter stations, ‘bake off’ cake tables and a whole lot more to boot!
Jenny and Tom are the smiliest of couples and their entire boho wedding is a delight to pore over from start to finish. Enjoy.