As we approach the end of Autumn, we wanted to hold on to the season a little bit longer and bring you this modern inspiration at the Windermere Jetty Museum by Jo Bradbury Photography. It’s full of monochrome details and fashion, dried flower and wooden accents, plus, the most divine looking cake. Ready to be inspired..?
Well, we are seriously swooning over this romantic Bordeaux wedding! With its rustic barn vibes, summer setting, and a backdrop view of vineyards and trees, this is truly the stuff of dreams. Deciding to marry in the south of France, Hayley & Bradley chose the Domaine De Rouchon, a beautiful family home with a stunning driveway, lined by poplar trees. Their day included 100 of their closest friends and family, giving the day an intimate and relaxed atmosphere. With a champagne reception on the patio, and a wedding breakfast shaded by the bright and beautiful marquee, the wedding party was simply moved from one stunning setting to the next! With the sun shining brightly all day, guests were able to dip their toes in the pool and enjoy a little moment of relaxation amongst the festivities. Their night ended with dancing, partying, and plenty of laughter – we can seriously feel the love!
Whatever the weather, if you want to say I do we think you should go for it. We actually think the elements have added to the drama of this Lake District elopement wedding inspiration by Esme Whiteside Photography. Plenty of Hollywood films pay for wind swept hair like that. And who doesn’t love snuggling under a blanket together.
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.
BUDGET £10 – 15K
BUDGET Under £5K
Working in the wedding industry and within the NHS this couple are all too familiar with the implications of the global pandemic, from both sides of the coin. This didn’t stop them from saying f*ck you COVID and getting married anyway! They bring personality, joy an abundance of style to their micro wedding at High Billinghurst Farm in Surrey. Including riding around on a quad bike, taking our their frustrations with a cake smash, and sipping Prosecco from a motorcycle! It’s all pure goals.
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!
This beautiful Military wedding took place at the Basilica Of Covadonga, in the National Park of the Picos de Europa. An incredibly special and traditional day for Laura & Gaizka, the couple were married in an emotional religious ceremony, which included readings from friends and ended with a Military ‘Swords Corridor’ – in which the couple cannot finish the passage until they kiss! The styling of their day was inspired by Asturias; their culture, food, complete with accent colours of white and brown. The bride looked stunning in a classically fitted white gown, complete with a stunning lace back and exposed buttons. Their day ended with plenty of dancing, laughing, and Laura changing into her trainers! We seriously do not blame her…