BUDGET £12.5 – 15K
I can’t think of a better way to start the New Year than marrying your best friend and having a magical Winter wedding with all your favourite people at the oh so elegant wedding venue Iscoyd Park in Shropshire.
And to top it all off Bride Laura wore the most sumptuous bespoke red gown designed by Agape Bridal Boutique, which just popped against all the crisp white decor at Iscoyd. The rest of the bridal party wore Navy woollen suits from Slaters and lace gowns from ASOS, and together they looked picture perfect.
Adding to the ambience was lots of candle and fairy lights, as well as the golden glows of dusk as the sun went down, making for some truly breathtaking portraits captured by White Stage Wedding Photography of our gorgeous couple.
Doesn’t Sophie look beautiful in her red Mishi May dress? I always love a Bride who goes down the bespoke option, even more so when she embraces colour…and oh my goodness hasn’t Sophie embraced colour?! The creative couple were’t the luckiest with the weather, so Sophie’s dress adds a lovely pop of brightness to proceedings. And despite the drizzle, they still managed to hold their outdoor hand-fasting ceremony and transport their guests on a tractor and trailer. In true British style, coats and umbrella’s were donned and everyone just got on with it.
If there was ever a wedding that embodied our ethos of ‘your day, your way’ then this is it…
This outdoor humanist ceremony is fun in every way. I have never in all my days seen a gumball food conveyor belt. It is certainly an innovative way to serve the wedding breakfast, plus it looks absolutely amazing and decorative too.
Now we have to talk about Bride Rose and her fabulous red Valentino gown. What a stunner and did you see her bridal up do adorned with faux white flowers. All carefully created by Love Lust List member Make-up by Jodie.
Now I know you’re probably dying to pore over the pictures by Ann-Kathrin Koch Photography so I’ll say no more and let you enjoy.