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Village Hall
Village Hall
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Choose A Village Hall Venue
Booze Bath
Booze Bath
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Fill an old tin bath full of cheap booze from the supermarket
Cake Table
Cake Table
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Make a dessert table full of homemade cakes
LOVE
LOVE
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Use old tin cans and single stem flowers to create pretty details
Roses
Roses
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Single Stem Floral Arrangements in Glass Bottles
Cake
Cake
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Make Your Wedding Cake Yourself
Decor
Decor
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Use old wooden palettes to make things
At Home
At Home
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Choose A Village Hall Venue
White by Vera Wang
White by Vera Wang
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Buy A Discount Dress
Wooden Crates
Wooden Crates
How To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding - Use seasonal and wild blooms in organic and free arrangements
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10 Ways To Have A Beautiful Budget Wedding

RMW The Podcast episode four is out today! And as Charlotte and Becky are chatting ways to save money, I thought it might be a good idea to re-share this post – one of your ALL TIME favourite features, 10 ways to have a beautiful budget wedding. Have a read, then head over to iTunes, Acast or wherever you like to listen to your podcasts and enjoy even more top tips for saving money while still having a gorgeous day…

One of the things we get asked time and time again here at RMW HQ is how to save money on your wedding day and luckily for you lovely lot, the whole RMLtd team has picked up lots of tricks and tips over the years. I’m going to be honest with you here – getting married is going to cost you some money. You can’t throw a party for your friends and family, wear a beautiful dress and shoes, have pretty flowers and expect it to be free. I know, life is tough hey 😉 BUT there are things that you can do to keep a lid on your budget and still have a beautiful wedding day…

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Anna & Luke

Jaws are going too hit the floor, and pinning fingers are going to go crazy as soon as you see bride Anna’s Claire Pettibone Whitney bridal gown complete with cape!

Next you’ll be swooning over all the DIY decor and fabulous florals that make up this country wedding. As well as all the beautiful couple and wedding party portraits captured by the oh so talented Camilla Arnhold Photography.

There’s certainly nothing blue about this Monday morning.

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Kerri & Sam

This has to be the ultimate in DIY, the bride making her own wedding dress! And boy what a gown it is too. I’m so pleased Kerri has now taken up bridal design at Kindling Bridal as she has definitely got the talent for it. The lace, the cut, those sleeves and V back are all making me swoon with delight.

The sentimental homemade efforts continue with all the decor for the tipi reception, with loved ones keen to pitch in and help make cakes and crafts too. Its no wonder the day was full of smiles, love and laughter, and I bet made Tim Dunk’s job at photographing the happy occasion a dream.

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Zee & Alex

Preparations for this DIY bohemian wedding started by clearing out the cow sheds at Bride Zee’s parents home for the fabulously creative barn reception.
The styling, decor and details were all carried out by the couple or their super talented family and friends. The wild flower arrangements were all courtesy of Zee’s grandmothers amazing floristry skills, and lovely friends stepped up and made the dream catchers hanging in the tress at the outdoor ceremony.

The gloriously heartfelt ceremony took place in the garden under a foliage arbour with the guests seated on haystacks. Zee looked a picture amongst the natural setting in a flower crown and boho lace gown by Spell and the Gypsy, as did her maids in floral dresses by Auguste.

Can we also talk about the breathtaking couples portraits by Nigel John, the one of Zee’s billowing veil literally made me gasp it was so beautiful. Plus there are pineapples, festoon lights and pure joy every where you look.

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Christina & Jordan

Homespun and beautiful are exactly what spring to mind for this bright back garden wedding. I just love it when a couple pour their absolute heart and soul into their wedding and it’s apparent for all to see in the DIY decor and vibes of the day.

A rainbow of colour definitely fills all the images by Marianne Chua Photography and can be seen in the hanging ribbons, fabulous florals and rather helpful tub of sunnies. Not to mention all the lovely stationery and signs designed by friends.

Bride and groom Christina and Jordan are absolutely beauts and will have you smiling from ear to ear. So grab a chair and take five to enjoy every moment.

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Hayley & Al

Well aren’t these two the sweetest?! We love a laidback festival style wedding, especially when the couple have poured their heart and soul into creating such a lovely day for their guests. Hayley and Al pretty much created everything you see below and the final result is simply joyful. Wildflowers, hand illustrated signs, ribbons and pompoms galore, it’s a riot of colour from start to finish.

Hayley looks gorgeous in her low backed gown and Al looks rather dapper in jeans and a waistcoat, we’re loving his laid back look. Images come from Livvy Hukins, enjoy!

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Tor & Tom

I think I always say this, but I really mean it, so I’ll say it again, wouldn’t it be so lovely to be able to get married at home?
Everything is familiar, you feel at your most relaxed, plus you really do get to have a day your way.

Tor and Tom’s big day consisted of a gorgeously decorate marquee reception, full of lemons, DIY bunting and home-made cakes, not to mention all the wild florals, plus a whole lot-of love and fun captured by J S Coates Wedding Photography.

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Katt & Dave

Make sure you’re sitting comfortably folks as this DIY rustic wedding captured beautifully by Meghan Lorna Photography deserves your undivided attention.

The charm of this colourful wedding began long before the date the bride and groom said I do. Their personality and individuality started unfolding when they sent out the invitations with a marrow seed. They requested all guests nurture their seeds and bring their offerings to the reception for a best in show competition. Some of them are mighty impressive. Bride Katt also hand painted portraits of guests to sit at their place setting along with a spray painted dinosaurs, and the church and reception are full of fabulous florals and signs.

Now are you ready to be inspired? Probably best to get those pinning fingers at the ready too. Enjoy.

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Hannah & Jon

Ahh there’s a real sense of sentiment and family at this country pub wedding. Alderminster village is where the bride and groom currently live, as well as where bride Hannah grew up, so taking a stroll through the streets with tractors beeping at her and locals waving must have been truly lovely before arriving at the church wedding ceremony.

The nuptials look heartfelt and the reception speeches an absolutely hoot. With all the DIY decor and details just adding to the perfection of this wedding. Cakes were baked by sisters, florals designed by family friends and so many fabulous wooden signs and cork details you’ll want to recreate too.

Both Hannah & Jon look incredibly stylish and so in love your heart will swell. A truly wonderful set of images from Chris Barber Photography telling their story beautifully

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