Can we just take a moment to appreciate this stunning aisle decor wedding for the equally breathtaking Annie & Duncan?! With homemade touches, thanks to a little help from her mother, the bride saw her floral vision come to life. A DIY flower arch and flower crowns, a homemade wedding cake and those floral bridesmaid dresses, everything just worked so well together! And do we need to mention the aisle flowers again?! Simply stunning!
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.
There’s homemade cakes, stunning floristry from the bride and her mum, and some truly amazing outdoor sets ups, including hanging gin bottles, grand pianos and wooden dressers.
The evening culminates in the bride and groom challenging one another on the dance floor to beer pong and the bridal party taking to the neighbouring fields for some serious squad goal snaps.
You ready to have your mind blown? Thought so.
One thing you won’t be able to stop doing whilst looking through this lovely collection of images by Chris Barber Photography is smile. Rachael & Mark are the most adorable couple and are literally beaming from ear to ear the whole time, as are their guests.
The bright colour scheme and laid back vibes will bring you pure joy, as will the fabulous fashion and florals. I love that Rachael had her gown tailor made, the ankle length hem is perfect for showing off her beautiful shoes, and the bridesmaid floral frocks are delicious.
Now who’s ready to delve into this city wedding…?
Irene Yap Weddings I applaud you, because the image of groom Robin standing at the altar waiting for his bride Sian literally speaks a thousand words. I swear I can feel the exact same butterflies, love and anticipation as him, and as soon as I saw that image I couldn’t wait to see more.
Not only will you go on an emotional journey at this fabulous city wedding, but you will also be mesmerised by the stunning St Stephen’s Trust, deconsecrated church venue. It screams elegance, history and looks like it was the perfect place to celebrate such a lovely union.
Now on to bride Sian’s exquisite Inbal Raviv gown, which I thought was not only elegant, but incredibly stylish with its cutaway midriff, almost giving the illusion of bridal separates. Her maids look just as beautiful in floral gowns and matching them perfectly are the sumptuous red blooms by Panache Flowers.
There’s nothing like a gorgeous sunny day to put a smile on your face, and this spectacular destination wedding has had me beaming from ear to ear.
First up an intimate ceremony at San Galgano Abbey, which used to be a monastery in the 15th century before the roof collapsed in the 17th century leaving it as it is today, a totally mesmerising place to get married. Next up was the dreamy outdoor reception in the Tuscan hills at Villa Podernovo with festoons lighting up the dance floor and highlighting the reception as well as all their guests happy faces.