Amanda and Paul made their whole wedding sparkle with fairy lights, giant disco ball wedding decor and minature disco ball favours. They also added pampas grass and contemporary wedding stationery and signs and kept a crisp monochrome wedding theme running throughout. The speeches were emotional, the dance floor stayed full and there were even late night cheese toasties to keep everyone fuelled.
This industrial evening wedding took place at The Box House in Brooklyn, which provided a movie-worthy backdrop of the New York City skyline. The bride wore a stunning Marchesa dress, which totally fit the vibe of a winter wedding, (and was also a sample dress at 60% off – yes. Please.) Connor & Melissa took to the streets for their pre-wedding pics and looked effortlessly cool whilst strolling along the pavements of Brooklyn. Inside the venue their style inspiration was in-keeping with the winter theme, using baubles as place name cards, and filling the tables with plenty of greenery. The day ended on the dance floor, with Connor & Melissa surrounded by their incredible friends & family. Oh, the ceremony also included their dog Ellie… seriously, can it get much better? Petition to have dogs at every single wedding, please!
An epic dry hire wedding venue with amazing views over London. It’s colourful, it’s stylish, and features the fabulous couple, Janine & Ben and their guests letting the good times roll in the city. Janine looked simply stunning in her classic dress with laced side panels and a polka dot Watteau train, clutching her gorgeous bouquet of vibrant florals. Ben kept things very stylish in a dark purple three-piece suit with a bow tie and a rose buttonhole. They both looked amazing and their looks complimented the industrial venue styling perfectly.
Modern and minimal was the innovation behind this wedding inspiration at The West Mill in Derbyshire. With stylish brides wearing bridal jumpsuits, blazers and short dresses and the venue decorated with a few well chosen floral installations, neon signs and chill out areas. Sometimes less is more, and in this instance we couldn’t agree more.
BUDGET £40 – 50K
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.
BUDGET £35 – 40K
BUDGET £20 – 25K
Sam and Adam tied the knot last July in London with the beautiful bride in glasses and a stunning Rolling In Roses dress. The Old Dairy played host to their special day which they covered in the most amazing flower arrangements, a copper arch and fabulous table decor which added lots of colour to this industrial venue dressed with festoon lighting. Opting for DIY touches to make their day even more personal this couple made lots of the decor including the wooden welcome sign and the custom confetti bags. Casual and industrial was the theme for both the ceremony and the reception with a hint of The Simpsons! To continue with the fun this bride and groom also hired a mariachi band which paired with the Mexican street food truck and was all finished off with some delicious doughnuts tieing in with The Simpsons theme perfectly. This fun-filled day is captured by Chris Barber Photography.