BUDGET £37.5 – 40K
This is the wedding of a farmers Daughter, at home, in a beautifully decorated Sperry tent within a stunning garden with pastel fairy tale florals. Complete with a tractor escort, roaming band and a saxophone church entrance. We can’t cope! I mean this is a jam-packed swoon fest.
Millinery Bride Georgina looks absolutely sensational in her dress by friend Sassi Holford with ivory Ostrich feathers on the veil as a nod to her profession which is just a delightful personal touch.
The florals throughout this wedding will take your breath away and just as RMW’s Charlotte O’Shea advises in our Podcast, they are reused and relocated to decorate the top table which is a wonderful way of spreading cost throughout your day and extend the enjoyment you get from your flower choices.
Come with us and escape to the gorgeous Oxforshire countryside for a late Spring wedding at Soho Farmhouse, because believe us you won’t regret it.
After travelling a short distance by horse and carriage, the bridal party arrive for a delightful barn ceremony with hay bales seats and cosy hanging light installations, It is then swiftly followed by a stunning PapaKata Sperry tent reception, all adorned with the lush greenery foliage and white florals.
Bride Anne looks heavenly in a Mira Zwillinger gown with delicate embroidery that glimmers beautifully in the light, and the pale mint shade of her bridesmaids Ghost gowns couldn’t be more perfect for the theme.
Marianne Taylor Photography really has captured the essence of this gorgeous day. So make yourself comfortable and enjoy.
“The bride found me (Eve Dunlop Photography) on RMW and immediately new what she wanted for her day, stunning florals and a beautifully styled wedding with coolness as standard. From her personalized leather Jacket to the couples pimped up french bull dog. This party was like no other. They rocked it!”
With a wedding synopsis like that you know you’re in for a treat, but I have to say it has still managed to surpass my expectations. There are so many fabulous features you’ll want to swoon over and pin, probably none more so than the whiskey bar, and all helped to make possible using SO many of our talented recommended suppliers.
The fashion is literally to die for too. All coming from he high street but looking like a million dollars. Now are you ready for this immense country wedding? Then I shall keep you no longer, enjoy.
I do love a good proposal story and this wedding tale starts with an incredibly romantic story. It continues with the couples desire to host their wedding ‘at home’ (a place they hold so dear) in a gorgeous PapaKåta sperry tent overlooking Yorkshire, and close to the cutest dis-used church that was once used to Christen bride Samantha.
The theme was, to quote the bride ‘if The White Company did Weddings’ with hints of blush and it’s just beautiful. The mix of roses, hydrangeas and peony blooms within the marquee are simply breathtaking. As is the stylish ‘black tie’ groomsmen attire and Samantha’s dreamy lace Sottero and Midgley Quinlynn gown.
They say, ‘home is where the heart is’ so it’s no wonder Amy shore Photography was able to capture so many beautiful moments between the couple and their family and friends. And if you fancy creating a super stylish and relaxed wedding in a marquee like Samantha & Christopher then you’ll be pleased to know PapaKåta are hosting their Spring open weekend THIS weekend 18th-19th March. Get yourself along and make your wedding dreams come true too.
‘If I could take away one thing away from the wedding is that you can never have too many disco balls.‘ Bee, The Bride.
HELL YES to this. Bee is a girl after our own hearts. We love her and Danny’s festival inspired, music filled, campsite wedding – it has truly put a smile on our faces this afternoon. There’s nothing we love more than dancing the night away under the stars. Especially when there’s a Sperry Tent from Papakata, a pizza van and copious amounts of Champagne involved…
There is such a sweet sentimental connection between todays Bride and the breathtakingly beautiful venue, Prior Park College in Bath. With her father being the live-in headmaster of the school, she actually spent most of her childhood there, making the wedding extra special.
The grounds have provided some amazing backdrops for Andrew Brannan Photography to capture Laura & Dave’s big day. I absolutely adore all the swing portraits of them giggling away and how can you not gasp when you see the Mansion or the architecture of the Palladian Bridge.
Honestly sit back relax and take it all in. It’s a goodie.
A wedding that has a sign “Boozin’ Schmoozin’ & Groovin’ this way” sign is definitely a celebration that I want to attend. And the fact that it was in a PapaKåta Sperry tent in the Bride’s parents garden, full of rustic DIY decor, homebaked cakes, and homegrown florals makes it even more fabulous and special.
The chic country vibe is completed with stylish maids in powder blue dresses, a bowtie wearing groom and a truly stunning bride in an exquisite beaded Jenny Packham gown. Plus a whole host of wonderful food trucks and treats, from afternoon tea, to artisan pizza and ice-cream. An absolute feast for the senses from start to finish.
Our gorgeous Bride & Groom have known each other since they were 13, making the bond between family and friends extra strong. The fact that they held their wedding at home in Chloe’s parents garden made it even more personal with Bride Chloe even using the homegrown flowers from her parents garden to make her gorgeous bouquet.
RMW faves PapaKåta supplied the gorgeous Sperry Tent reception, that is full to the brim with even more fabulous pink florals by Susie Hart Florist. Each display different, but totally epic and certainly giving the WOW factor.
As well as Chloe & Charlie looking absolutely gorgeous in their classic country attire, I think a huge appreciation needs to go out to pug Aggie and her bloomsey collar too. What a gorgeous summer wedding.