BUDGET £25 – 30K
We thought we would bring a little bit of sunshine to you this Wednesday morning, with this Greek wedding where the bride wore a sleek Max Mara dress. The bright and beautiful ceremony with a pink floral arch was followed by a sensational sit-down meal in the depths of an old olive grove, lit up with festoon lighting. As if that wasn’t gorgeous enough, macrame decorated the chairs and archways with rugs, large lanterns, blush florals and deep purple glassware adding to the finishing touches. Having spent three days with most of their guests, the small intimate celebration was the cherry on top of the (wedding) cake!
When your wedding guests collectively let out an audible gasp during your wedding ceremony, you know you’ve created a memorable moment. This is exactly what happened during Samantha and Martin’s outdoor wedding ceremony at Hedsor House when the Snowy Barn Owl (a.k.a the ring bearer) landed on the bride’s arm. The wow factor didn’t end there though, Samantha and Martin, inspired by The Great Gatsby film, infused glamour into their day where possible starting with Samantha’s incredible Anna Georgina wedding gown right through to their elegant wedding cake with different intricately iced layers. Plus, the country house wedding venue is a show stopper all on its own!
A classic feeling wedding at Rockley Manor with morning suits, bright florals and a delicious semi-naked cake. Rockley Manor was the perfect venue for drinks on the lawn followed by a beautiful wedding breakfast in the open marquee. However, the bride and groom were determined not to follow the traditional wedding mould and wanted to involve as many guests as possible, coming up with fun (and some unusual!) ideas to entertain and make their day extremely memorable! Well, we don’t think there’s a chance that their guests will be forgetting the cake cutting ceremony with kazoo accompaniment or the evening filled with karaoke where the whole wedding party were belting out their favourite songs!
Today’s Dorfold Hall wedding is pretty as a picture; with an immense floral moon gate ceremony backdrop and impressive acrylic and floral hoop centrepieces in the reception. All of these fabulous details pay homage to the grooms drumming skills, with the favours and stationery honouring his Italian heritage. Such lovely ways to make a day personal. Adding to the cute factor were the bride and grooms children in grey tulle dresses, reminiscent of mummy’s froufrou bridal skirt.
This intimate Las Vegas wedding perfectly captures our motto ‘Your day, Your way’, The Cosmopolitan played host to this epic day which was packed with heaps of personality. It was so important to this couple to customise their day and make it extra special for their friends and family, I’m sure this included having the most delicious doughnut tower wedding cake! The bride focused her passion on creativity and added some amazing DIY touches whilst also being mindful of the limited luggage space, the beautiful faux bouquets were put together by the bride along with the bridal parties personalised denim jackets, perfect for the walk down the Vegas strip and also a great keepsake along with the bouquets after the big day. This celebration is all captured perfectly by Laura Dean Photography.
St Dunstan in the East church gardens is a little slice of heaven in the concrete jungle of London. Perfect for offering couples a secluded picturesque area infused with nature. The images captured of real couple Claudia and Will by The Chamberlains Wedding Photography are nothing short of breathtaking. Not only does the location provide the perfect backdrop for the portraits. but the couple and their connection light up the images. We also LOVE their style. Hello, satin wedding dress, faux fur coverup and hat.
Summer may be creeping up on us, but this Christmas wedding is giving us all the winter feels. A tea-length bride dress with an ostrich feather hem was the perfect choice for this beautiful seasonal celebration. A cosy affair with just 35 guests made up of close friends and family. The Georgian country venue, Hillmount House, in Northern Ireland was the perfect venue for this intimate wedding weekend – including the two pet dogs who attended! The long banquet table was littered in warming candles with gold candlesticks and jewel coloured florals, finished off with a hanging flower and foliage chandelier above head. It looks so warm and cosy, just proof that small weddings can be just as beautiful as big ones!