Faye from Wild Calligraphy, a Nottingham based Calligraphy studio specialising in sustainable on the day stationery came up with this timeless minimalism wedding inspiration. All shoots she organises aim to show how versatile eco-friendly materials can be, and that you don’t need to compromise on aesthetic to be a little greener. We’re so in love with all of the elements. From the delicate English blooms to the hand-dyed linens and the small-batch ceramics. Every detail was sourced with sustainability in mind and looks incredible.
We’re injecting some colour and tropical vibes to your Saturday with this immense inspiration shoot at the Secret Garden Kent. Bursting with perfectly formed pompom dahlias, floral shirts, winged eyeliner and an impressive cake. Proving that small and intimate doesn’t have to be dull and boring, it can be anything you want it to be with a few well-chosen elements.
Becky: Have we ever mentioned how much we love flowers? We do. Bouquets, buttonholes, in a church, in a registry office, in your Nans back garden. Absolutely love them. And what we really like to see is them installed in clever and memorable ways. Enter the incredibly talented Afia of Afmena Events. Afmena Events is based in London and specialises in elegant floral and event design. Afia is going to talk to you all about floral installations and how you can incorporate them into your day. Enjoy.
We may be in the midst of Autumn, but there’s no harm in looking at wedding ideas for summer, right?! Especially when they are as aesthetically pleasing at this shoot planned and styled by Miss Carlysle. Colourful wildflowers, picturesque meadows and killer fashion have had our eyes popping out of their sockets. We’ve also been singing “Sitting on the dock of the bay” because you know, the real-life couple/models are sitting on the dock of the bay, and looking very relaxed indeed. Can we also teleport to the outdoor reception table, please? Because, Oh. My. does it look good? I bet the floral centrepiece smells as good as it looks too.
Big, bold, boundless and pink is the way this alternative wedding inspiration at iconic wedding venue, The Giraffe Shed is described and it couldn’t be more accurate. With neon signs, flower installations, glitter balls and a real show stopper of a wedding cake! Plus, real brides-to-be Jade and Cara strutting around looking killer in a pink tulle and gold glitter gown.
I’ve been guilty of singing 70s disco anthem D.I.S.C.O whilst putting this inspiration together for you today. It’s such a fabulous era to take inspiration from, with iconic fashion, makeup and colour scheme. All of these symbolic attributes have been accredited beautifully by Kerri at Off Duty Weddings, including floral jumpsuits, sequin dresses and glitter balls. There are even roller skates! And, what could be more representative of the era than warm autumnal hues.
It may be cold and dreary outside but we’re going to cling on to summer dreaming for a little while longer, with this beautiful boho inspiration taking place at Rock My Wedding recommended venue, Dewsall Court. There are epic floral arrangemets using neautral flowers and dried grasses. Plus, an incredible outdoor altar and chill out area with rugs, pouffes and delicious buttercream wedding cake. The bride and groom roam the beautiful country house wedding venue in an off the shoulder Rue De Seine wedding dress and beige suit, and look killer amongst all the decor and styling.
This caramel, raspberry and rust wedding theme has to be one of the most delicious colour combinations we have ever seen, complemented with black and gold accents to give it even more impact. From the wedding flowers, through to the table decor and bridal headdress, you are going to be wowed from start to finish. Organised by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier, Elizabeth Weddings and featuring many more of our recommended suppliers. Now, are you sitting comfortably?
BUDGET £5 – 10K