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Industrial Wedding In An Airplane Hangar With Plants & Cambodian Outfits

BUDGET £40 – 50K

You’ll be able to feel every single emotion Bernardo & Vidal felt during their Industrial wedding at an aeroplane hangar in Seattle, USA. Including the tears, the laughter and the pure joy as Beatrici Photography and second shooter Chris Barber have captured it all. They dine on McDonald’s Big Macs, have a friend conduct their ceremony and Bernardo’s father bakes their wedding cake. Plus, they look incredible in matching white tuxedo jackets and gold Cambodian outfits. What a couple, and what a wedding!

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Newburgh Priory Outdoor Wedding with Foliage Decor & An Italian Twist

BUDGET £25 – 30K

Alice & Charlie created a beautiful outdoor humanist ceremony in the ruins of Newburgh Priory. Their wedding followed a very wet June and it was the first day of sun which broke through the clouds whilst the couple said their vows. Making the most of the picturesque and breathtaking views the couple stole a moment together for some special shots before the heavens opened causing a very fun and mad dash to the marquee to continue the celebrations. All of the floral touches from the bouquets to the olive trees that lined the aisle were created by the bride, and her family and friends. Perfectly combining textures and warm colours with pampas grass to suit their theme of bringing the outside, inside and creating their very own idyllic Tuscan oasis.

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Kinkell Byre December Wedding in Scotland with Enzoani Bride Dress

BUDGET £25-30K

There was only one theme to chose for the travel-loving couple at this Kinkell Byre wedding in Scotland. Having spent 9 months prior to their engagement traveling the world our bride and groom wanted to bring a bit of adventure to their guests including a map table plan and table names in different languages. The personal touches continued with both the mother of the Bride and the Grooms mother dressing the venue and what a beautiful job they did, the romantic blush florals, the gold arch that framed the couple as they said their vows during the humanist ceremony and the hoop table decor. When the couple had their rings made they combined gold from both families to signify the coming together of both sides and they also provided a program for guests so they could get to know the bridal party a little better – love this idea!

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Flower Arch for Bright Multicultural Wedding at Mystique Ranch, USA

We have been well and truly put under a floral spell whilst putting together this colourful outdoor ranch wedding. Filled with thousands of blooms grown by the groom’s mother, grandmother and family friend, including an amazing flower arch framing the nuptials and hanging installations above the sweetheart table. Also leaving us speechless is the bride’s racerback wedding dress and giant frou-frou skirt which she not only found at a charity boutique supporting women but she also donated back to them after she’d got married in it. Such a wonderful gesture and fabulously eco-conscious too.

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Garden for Wedding Ceremony & Reception at Home with DIY Decor

BUDGET £5 – 10K

We have a feeling that using your home or a family members garden for wedding celebrations is going to become a very popular choice over the next couple of months. Especially when you can have a gorgeous day like Olivia & Charlie’s, which was full of DIY decor and wildflowers nurtured, cut and arranged by sister-in-law Hayley. Even the rain couldn’t dampen their spirits as they said I do under umbrellas and went ahead with the outdoor nuptials as planned. Their beaming smiles captured by Virginia Photography say it all.

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Nancarrow Farm Wedding in Cornwall with Appliqué Bridal Gown

Well if this wedding at Nancarrow Farm in Cornwall doesn’t scream ‘fun’ I don’t know what does! The bride and groom have constantly got the biggest smiles plastered on their face along with all their guests and that wandering acoustic wedding band looks so entertaining, getting the party going! The bride looked stunning in an applique wedding dress with a long sleeve layer which could be removed halfway through the day! The humanist ceremony was followed by drinks outside and a superb wedding breakfast – it had a lot to live up to with the groom being a chef himself! Even the evening food was incredible, with guests enjoying delicious toasties and porchetta buns around the cosy fire under lanterns!

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Humanist Wedding Ceremony with Outdoor Speeches & Pronovias Dress

BUDGET £15 – 17.5K

This beautiful humanist wedding wasn’t a big party it was a rather calm but elegant affair, with international guests travelling all over the world to enjoy the intimate outdoor ceremony in front of the historic castle doors. The bride and groom also conducted the speeches and cut the cake outside making full use of the gorgeous grounds at Butley Priory, and looked stunning to boot. Jenny’s makeup is flawless and her minimalist Pronovias gown looks like it was made for her.

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Festoon Light Canopy and Indoor Trees for Humanist Wedding in St Andrews, with Bride in Anne Priscilla Bridal and Groom in Kilt, by Carla Blain Photography Pin Image

Festoon Light Canopy and Indoor Trees for Humanist Wedding in St Andrews

Heathcliff fans: rejoice! This sensational Scottish wedding has more than a hint of Wuthering Heights to it, with low-level lighting in the form of a fabulous festoon light canopy, foliage features reflecting the rugged rural coastline outside – and lashing wind and rain, which did not dampen Clare & Steven’s spirits, but in fact makes for the most mesmerising and magical couple’s portraits. Honestly, they’re spectacular. Add in a delicious drippy wedding cake, perspex signs, a tree-lined aisle and the groom in his family’s tartan kilt for a truly romantic treat. Ready, set, swoon.

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Coral Peony Humanist Wedding at The Tab Centre Shoreditch | Wrap Front Wedding Dress | DIY Flowers | Cake Tabel | Remain in the Light Photography Pin Image

Coral Peony Humanist Wedding at Tab Centre Shoreditch

We love a colour pop wedding, especially when the colour pop is coral peonies! The fact the blooms cost the couple a mear £160 from Covent Garden Flower Market and was put together by the bride herself makes them even more special. They fill The Tab Centre in Shoreditch beautifully and the couple look so in love and stylish amongst this contemporary setting.

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