We’re stripping this back things afternoon for some minimalist inspiration with modern wedding ideas, fierce fashion and luxe details. The clean lines and paired back approach is so refreshing and makes all the little details even more striking.
BUDGET £5 – 10K
A super relaxed wedding filled with homegrown pompom dahlias, chalkboard wedding signs and even a vintage bus which was the perfect transport for the guests, to this outdoor marquee reception by The Marquee Company Limited. The homemade decorations made this couples day even more personal and became a real team effort with friends and family helping out a week before the wedding to get everything set up. As you will see the bride looked amazing in a two-piece wedding gown topped off with a floral hair decoration and paired with her bridesmaids blush dresses. This late summer picture-perfect wedding was captured was by Maree Frances Photography.
We get asked a lot about how your day should run. What happens when, what time should you have photos, what’s the optimum time for the wedding breakfast, what time should your evening guests arrive? So it makes perfect sense that we dedicate a whole post to the order of the day.
The flowers are in full bloom at this Summer wedding and the bride’s talents on full display. With acrylic wedding signs, vellum confetti cones and divine stationery suites decorating Middleton Lodge’s Estate beautifully. There are also homemade cakes with intricate designs and pretty floral displays arranged by a friend. The personal touches and DIY elements are endless, with the emotion and beauty equally infinite. What a treat.
BUDGET £35 – 37.5K
You can tell it’s the season of love as everywhere you look you are inspired by romantic settings, beautiful blooms and vibrant colour schemes. Today’s wedding inspiration styled by destination wedding planners, Dreams in Style, is a luxurious black and red colour scheme bought to life with gold accents, floral prints and arrangements. There is also stunning black two-piece and an immense dessert table because if Valentine’s Day isn’t a time to get out your best little LBD and indulge then I don’t know when is.
Kirsty and Ross had the perfect mix of country classic and laid back festival vibes at their Kent wedding. With a marquee reception at Nettlestead Place featuring ‘wedfest’ table plan and table names to pay homage to their serendipitous meeting at Isle of Wight Festival in 2010 where their love story began. And, bringing the sophistication is groom Ross in a white dinner jacket and bride Kirsty in gorgeous bridal separates.