BUDGET £25 – 27.5K
Boy, are you in for a treat this afternoon, with so many stand-out details. Including the bride’s intricate high neck wedding dress and the groom’s incredible faux fur overcoat. Both drawing your eye into even more delights, such as the concrete wedding cake, dried flower arrangements and delicious colour palette of yellow, black, greys and gold making up the table decor and details. This wonderful winter concept was thought up and captured by the super talented Emma Epic Love Story, who enlisted the help of many industry experts to showcase The Giraffe Shed’s, full potential as a wedding venue for stylish couples.
An urban celebration where guests partied into the early hours on a Soho rooftop terrace, with orange wedding flowers and free-flowing espresso martinis for everyone to enjoy. For this creative couple personal touches were extremely important, so if things weren’t handmade by the bride and groom themselves, they certainly made sure they were personalised to them in some way. The bride wore a stunning minimalist Charlie Brear dress, covered in lace with a crossover back, perfect for dancing the night away with family and friends! An industrial-chic day indeed!
Real Bride and Groom, Zara and Dan have to be one of the most fabulous boho couples we’ve had grace RMW. They decided they wanted to marry at home on their farm in Cumbria hiring a bamboo geodome to house their creative wedding decor. Which included edible flower cakes, handmade macrame bunting and incredible spring flowers gathered from hedgerows in their garden. It was a real family affair, with their children performing readings and playing music during the wedding ceremony and everyone enjoying homemade Elderflower champagne and sloe gin. Just wait until you see Zara’s Rue de Seine wedding dress and crown combo too. All the heart eyes.