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Phase Eight Wedding Dress with Foliage Bouquet at Finsbury Town Hall

BUDGET £25 – 30K


Everything about Emma & Matt’s wedding day is super gorgeous and styled with plenty of personal touches, from Emma’s beautiful Phase Eight wedding dress to their Monopoly inspired table plan and the vodka jelly shots reception. The Old Finsbury Town Hall played host to their celebrations, such a stunning London wedding venue and after its recent renovation, it radiates glamour with its vintage decor all styled beautifully with simple greenery and foliage. The whole day looks like such a blast and all captured perfectly by Sophie Lake.

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Alexandra Grecco Bridal Gown for Minimalist Wedding at Aswarby Rectory

BUDGET £15 – 20K

The stylish Aswarby Rectory and minimalist Alexandra Grecco wedding dress was the inspiration for this sophisticated day. With white and green flowers enhancing the venue and a stylish beaded wedding veil completing the bridal look. Magda K Photography not only captures all these wonderful details but also captures all the emotion and beauty this wedding beholds. Just wait until you see couples portraits – they are pure fire!

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Burley Manor Winter Wedding with Sequin Bridesmaids & Christmas Decor

Hayley Savage Photography

Hayley Savage Photography

BUDGET £15-20K

It may have just turned September, but it’s Christmas at Burley Manor for this celebration. Having met and got engaged during this time of year, it was only right for this couple to have a cosy winter wedding! From the carols in the church to the Christmas trees lit up at the wedding breakfast, everything was focused around the bride and grooms favourite season. A cosy wedding filled with sparkle with sequin bridesmaid dresses, fairy lights and romantic candles. After looking through this celebration, photographed by Hayley Savage Photography, we are definitely ready for Winter and the cosy evenings, is it December yet?!

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Barra Castle Wedding in Scotland with Emerald Green Bridesmaid Dresses

BUDGET £20-25K

A beautiful Scottish wedding at Barra Castle with gorgeous views over the Aberdeenshire countryside. The open and bright ceremony space, where the kilt-wearing groom waited for his bride, was decorated with fairy lights and foliage. The bridesmaids matched the groom in green with their dresses whilst the bride wore an embellished Lilian West wedding dress with a pinned updo. A lot of the decor was sourced from charity shops by the bride and groom themselves, adding a personal touch to the day and making everything that extra bit special!

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Aynhoe Park Wedding With Autumnal Flowers And Chinese Tea Ceremony

Every detail of this Aynhoe Park wedding was thought out perfectly, from the monumental Autumnal flower arrangements, through to the giant balloons and cocktail tower. Even the brides wedding dress could be adjusted from an elegant off the shoulder day gown to a stylish halterneck evening number. The speeches were full of emotion and the golden hour portraits on Aynhoe’s grounds are breathtaking. Be sure to sit down, relax and take in all this beauty captured by Emma-Jane Photography.

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Blairquhan Castle Wedding in Scotland with Beautiful Flower Installations

The flowers at this Blairquhan Castle wedding are simply breathtaking. A mixture of 4 different cultures (Jewish, Scottish, Welsh and Christian) meant there were so many exciting parts to the day. The ceremony space looked truly stunning with the foliage and floral installations surrounding the couple as they said their vows and ghost chairs to allow the flowers to be centre of attention. Following this was a beautiful, cosy wedding breakfast littered with white floral arrangments, green glassware and romantic candles. The bride herself too looked beautiful, in a Suzanne Neville dress finished with a low ponytail tied in a delicate ribbon as she became wife to her traditional kilt-wearing husband. The guests were entertained by one of our brilliant handpicked suppliers – The Wedding DJ – along with a traditional ceilidh band! And can we take a moment to appreciate the amazing white and gold wedding cake, all six tiers of it!

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Botanical DIY Wedding at Victoria Baths in Manchester

BUDGET £20 – 25K


Sarah and Mike created a DIY wedding at Victoria Baths in Manchester last autumn. The day kicked off with a church ceremony followed by a vintage Fiat 500 ride to their unique reception venue.​ To fit in with this botanical styled day they opted for a sage colour scheme and the bridesmaids all looked gorgeous in their dresses. The bride teamed her white hydrangea bouquet with a stunning strapless dress which she layered under a beautiful lace top for the ceremony. Lots of greenery, DIY styling and a macramé wall hanging all made for the most perfect relaxed vibe throughout the reception, the evening entertainment certainly did not disappoint either with a photo booth, a giant Jenga game and lots of pizza, what’s not to love! All of this incredible family fun is captured by Esme Whiteside.

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Riki Dalal Wedding Dress for Winter Wedding at Iscoyd Park

BUDGET £35-40K

We didn’t think we could love Winter weddings any more than we already do, then we see this celebration with a beautiful bride in a Riki Dalal wedding dress and totally amazing flowers and we fall even more in love! The day started with a civil ceremony where large tassel balloons floated above the guests and the groom saw his bride for the first time. This was followed by a romantic wedding breakfast decorated in gorgeous floral installations and lit up by the hundreds of candles lining the tables and the neon ‘Til Death Do Us Party’ wedding sign. Other modern monochrome signs were dotted about the venue bringing a contemporary element to the otherwise classic celebration. Iscoyd Park – one of our handpicked suppliers – was the perfect backdrop to this Winter celebration.

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White Wedding Flowers & Neon Sign at Gloucestershire Wedding

BUDGET £20-25K

A celebration with tonnes of personal touches, white wedding flowers and a whole lot of love! A relaxed day for guests to celebrate the beautiful couple at the barn venue, Mickleton Hills Farm, in Gloucestershire. The day was full of good food, including a semi-naked cake, doughnut table and ice cream followed by fantastic entertainment that kept the guests on their feet all night, with one even joining the band on stage to sing a rendition of Proud Mary to entertain the couple! The copper details and piping alongside the personalised neon sign pout a slight contemporary spin on this rustic wedding! All the beautiful photos were taken by the very talented Captured by Katrina – one of our recommended handpicked suppliers!

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