Middleton Lodge Spring Wedding with Geometric Gold Decor, Silent Disco and Halterneck Wedding Dress by Danny Birrell Photography Pin Image

Middleton Lodge Spring Wedding with Geometric Gold Decor and Silent Disco

BUDGET £12.5 – 15K

Spring is in the air at this Middleton lodge wedding, complete with antipasti wedding breakfast, moon gate altar and a silent disco. And thanks to a whole host of talented family and friends, and several DIY projects it was all within budget!

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Harriet & Chris

There’s an enormous sense of joy and sentiment oozing out of this incredibly stylish wedding. Partly because it was held in the city Bride and Groom, Harriet & Chris adore so much, and secondly because they ensured everything they did reflected them as a couple.

With the help and advice of wedding planner Alternative Weddings MCR they perfectly styled an industrial setting with contemporary metallic geometric decor and classic white blooms giving truly phenomenal results. Watch out pinning fingers.

The lovely Laura Babb captured every smile, every detail and all the magic in-between. So make yourself comfy and enjoy.

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For The Love of Manchester {Industrial Beauty}

Move over festoon lights there’s a new kid in town; the Edison lights. They frame this industrial shoot, paying homeage to Manchester beautifully. As does the use of concrete, metals and reclaimed wood together with geometric shapes, marble effect cakes and luxury fabrics, and finishes.

The nostalgia, meets modern concept was planned and styled to perfection by The Urban Wedding Company who did an excellent job of subtly celebrating Manchester’s history, as well as including lots of wedding themes trending now.

Kerry of 2 Ducks Galleries captured all the genius, including those epic lights, and it’s nothing short of spectacular. Enjoy.

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Hannah & Tom

This urban wedding couldn’t be more innovative and stylish. From the copper altar adorned with blush blooms and magnolia tree branches, to the etched perspex and lightbox signs. And not forgetting bride Hannah’s immense concrete cake perched on geometric stands (but you wouldn’t expect anything less from an uber talented cake designer).

The wonderful Camilla Arnhold and This Modern Revelry did a spectacular job of capturing all the love, pretty, love and general deliciousness. So much so my eyes literally haven’t been able to stop popping out of my head. My fingers are now at the ready as I know I won’t be able to stop myself from pinning all these fabulous ideas too. Enjoy lovelies ones, it’s truly inspiring.