Real Bride and Groom, Zara and Dan have to be one of the most fabulous boho couples we’ve had grace RMW. They decided they wanted to marry at home on their farm in Cumbria hiring a bamboo geodome to house their creative wedding decor. Which included edible flower cakes, handmade macrame bunting and incredible spring flowers gathered from hedgerows in their garden. It was a real family affair, with their children performing readings and playing music during the wedding ceremony and everyone enjoying homemade Elderflower champagne and sloe gin. Just wait until you see Zara’s Rue de Seine wedding dress and crown combo too. All the heart eyes.
Nothing was going to rain on this couple’s parade and even though the sun wasn’t shining the brides Riki Dalal wedding dress gave us all something to smile about! A London couple heading back to the Bride’s home in Northumberland to tie the knot in a beautiful church ceremony and a marquee reception, in this oh so beautiful setting! A romantic celebration with endless candles, high rise greenery, fresh herbs and singing surprises!
The saying goes “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” And what better “something blue” than your best girls; In gorgeous halterneck dresses I might add. I love that these beautiful ladies carried hoop bouquets rather than traditional posies, and the portraits of them walking through the fields are just adorable. As is the whole of this teepee outdoor wedding at the bride’s parents farm.
Sarah wore THE most elegant Jesus Peiro wedding dress! You would never guess today’s farm wedding was the first at this stunning venue or in fact, 18 months previous it was a disused cattle barn. The Willow Marsh Farm venue in the East Midlands has literally blown us with its beauty and wonderful tale accompanying its history. Bride and Groom Sarah and Simon worked tirelessly to bring to life their perfect wedding and Matt Horan has captured it and this gorgeous couple perfectly. We have a feeling The Willow Marsh Farm is going to have a busy summer next year, as let’s face it who wouldn’t want to get married here. Insert multiple heart emoji’s.
A lot of hard work goes into at home weddings, and this is SO apparent at Carrie and David’s sentimental farm celebration. From the multiple types of beers brewed from the hops on the farm, to the personal bride and groom glamping tent full of memories of their time together. Not to mention all the mis-match china, hand stamped napkin favours and fabulous wild florals making up those delicious rustic table scapes.
Because of the personal location, Carrie and David were able to have their pet dog with them all day, who nearly steals the show in the images captured by Gloria Byler Photography. I say nearly because for me although everything else is amazing, Bride Carrie’s keyhole back, lace gown and flower crown literally make my heart sing.
Pinning fingers at the ready everyone. Enjoy.
This afternoons wedding is a special one as the photographer is a Bride whose wedding we featured at the beginning of last year. Carrie caught the wedding bug and decided to combine her love of photography and her love of weddings and just went for it! And we’re SO pleased she did, as you can tell from these gorgeous images of Harriet and Phil that she’s going to be very much in demand soon. Get in there quickly people…
Harriet and Phil’s wedding is a great example of an at-home wedding, held at Harriet’s Aunties working farm, it’s full of heart and rustic details. We love the yellow and grey colour scheme too, it’s always a winner as far as we’re concerned. Carrie has captured some beautiful moments, tears of joy and lots of laughs. It looks like a lot of fun was had. And look out for the bonus celebrity guest too!
What can be more special than having your wedding in the same place as your proposal? And that place just so happened to be a fabulous rustic barn on the Brides parents farm, making it an EXTRA special location to say I do.
Family and friends all chipped in to transform the industrial shed into a rustic haven, using hay bales, fairy lights and an abundance of gorgeous yellow blooms in milk bottles and milk churns, plus there was an actual tree to display ‘the family tree’ portraits.
There are so many more cheeky nods to the farm theme including cow cake toppers, cufflinks and of course a tractor but I can not leave without mentioning how utterly stunning Bride Elizabeth is, her flowing natural locks and gorgeous billowing Naomi Neoh gown, all captured perfectly by Michelle Wood Photographer have me green with envy.