Today’s Dorfold Hall wedding is pretty as a picture; with an immense floral moon gate ceremony backdrop and impressive acrylic and floral hoop centrepieces in the reception. All of these fabulous details pay homage to the grooms drumming skills, with the favours and stationery honouring his Italian heritage. Such lovely ways to make a day personal. Adding to the cute factor were the bride and grooms children in grey tulle dresses, reminiscent of mummy’s froufrou bridal skirt.
Elegance is at the forefront of this Froyle Park wedding, with incredible white and green flowers arrangements, acrylic signs and a seven-tier wedding cake with edible gold leaf layer. The bride, bridesmaids and mother of the bride kept things crisp and sophisticated in white dresses and a suit, and the groomsmen complement them perfectly in dapper tuxedos. To honour Emma’s Swedish tradition, their meal took place over a number of hours and included more than 20 speeches. And being dancers, Emma and Martin treated guests to the famous Dirty Dancing routine! What a day captured by White Stag Wedding Photography.
BUDGET £12.5 – 15K
BUDGET £25 – 27.5K
A private viewing of an art gallery definitely made this Hauser and Wirth Somerset wedding unique. And even though it was a scorcher of a day, the bride and groom made a super cool entrance at their reception in a bright orange vintage Fiat 500 car, which, as well as the leaf green bridesmaids dresses, added a pop of colour to the big day! The bride looked stunning in a lace-covered Truvelle wedding dress and it was all captured by the wonderful James Frost.