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October Wedding with Autumnal Flowers & Glitter Balls at Cripps Barn

BUDGET £20-25K

Glitter balls, pampas grass and seasonal tones littered the venue for this October wedding at Cripps Barn in Gloucestershire. The cosy, romantic ceremony in the rustic barn was lit up with candles as the couple said their vows under a hanging dried flower display with glitter balls to add a bit of sparkle. The bride always knew she wanted a dress with pockets and that’s exactly what she had, looking beautiful in a Jesus Peiro off the rack, open back bridal gown. The couple wanted traditional but with a twist, something that incorporated their love of music and dancing, that brought the guests together and where the laughter didn’t stop, and that definitely happened – even if they had to find a replacement band the night before!

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Charisworth Farm Wedding with Choreographed First Dance

BUDGET £25 – 30K

Lev and Vee’s advice to planning couples is to “just go with the flow”, and that’s exactly what they did at their Charisworth Farm wedding. They held an emotional ceremony outside, then partied the night away in a teepee reception wowing family and friends with an outfit change and choreographed first dance. They are seriously fit, incredibly fun and their smiles and love for one another say it all.

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Linden House Intimate Wedding with 30 Guests & A Vintage Dress

BUDGET <£5K

Patricia and Greg opted for an intimate London wedding at Linden House in Hammersmith. Patricia, who is Spanish, and Greg, from Surrey, invited 30 of their closest friends and family to celebrate with them at an intimate ceremony and a relaxed reception dinner. They planned the entire wedding in just one month and Patricia surprised Greg and her Father-in-Law as she walked down the aisle in Greg’s mom’s original wedding dress! Since Patricia works at Moët there definitely wasn’t a shortage of champagne to cheer with. All in all a beautiful, joy-filled day captured by Alba Turnbull.

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Made With Love Bridal Dress & Boho Decor at Outdoor Spanish Wedding

Nicola Thompson Photography

Nicola Thompson Photography

The lace detail Made With Love bridal gown was the perfect choice for this Spanish celebration. The bride walked down the aisle clutching a beautiful blush bouquet at the outdoor ceremony to meet her future husband in front of the palm tree backdrop. Styled by Paloma Cruz (always amazing) the day was filled with boho decor including pampas grass, jute rugs and peacock chairs. Homemade touches made the day really personal with rose gold handpainted oyster shells that were used for salt & pepper pots and linen napkins lovingly made by the brides mum and transported in the back of her dad’s car all the way to southern Spain! A fun weekend wedding filled with tapas, good music and to top it off, a pool party for all the guests!

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Wharfedale Grange Autumn Wedding with Fairy Lights and Foliage

BUDGET £35 – 40K

We are well and truly mesmerised by this Wharfedale Grange wedding. With RMW recommended suppliers, Abbie Sizer Photography and Leafy Couture helping to capture all the magic and adding romantic flowers to the celebration. The picture of the family covered in confetti exiting the wedding radiating joy literally swells my heart and the moment I saw the abundance of lights in the barn my jaw hit the floor. There are plenty more inspiring elements to pore over and pin to, so get yourself comfortable, and enjoy!

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Orchid Bouquet & Homemade Bride Dress for First Look at Italian Wedding

BUDGET £30-35K

Hours of love and labour by the bride and her mother were poured into creating this beautiful homemade lace wedding dress that was teamed with a gorgeous blush orchid bouquet and veil. Before the outdoor ceremony, the couple had an intimate first look where the groom got to see his bride in her gorgeous bespoke dress for the first time, they then went on to say their vows in front of their closest friends and family in the gardens of a picturesque villa in Italy with pampas grass decor and rustic chic, etheral elements. As a wedding planner herself, this bride wanted to make the most of the time with her loved ones, so they choose to celebrate not just for one day, but for 6 days, which of course meant even more great memories, good food and a lot of wine!

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Eden Barn Socially Distanced Wedding with Outdoor Picnic

BUDGET £15 – 20K

Rob – “By embracing the coronavirus restrictions, we actually ended up with some fantastic quirky aspects that we’ll be talking about for years to come.” Hell yes, Rob – like the beautiful outdoor ceremony at Eden Barn, the socially distanced picnic in the Lake District and the incredible spirit and happiness of the bride, groom and all their guests that these two could wed during such a difficult time. Make sure you read, every word written by the happy couple, and savour every capture taken by Jo Greenfield Photography because this wedding is special and will make your heart burst with joy.

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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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Grooms Bow Ties and First Look at this Same Sex French Wedding

BUDGET £30k

A rustic French wedding with a handsome couple in smart complementing suits and the grooms bow ties in neutral tones. The beautiful venue was decorated with pretty flowers and delicate dried displays with a wooden arch to say their I Do’s under. The nature-loving couple kept simple with a DIY wooden pallet seating chart and tree slice place names, completing the look with a homemade fairy light polaroid photo station. The couple chose to do a first look in which they shared an emotional moment before they made their way to the outdoor ceremony surrounded by their close friends and family! The duo specifically chose certain elements to introduce their guests to the Basque Country culture, Stéphane’s native region.

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