Saying your vows in front of breathtaking views and a stunning moon gate is a dream that became reality for our gorgeous couple at this Thailand wedding. An intimate affair with 35 guests with an exquisite ceremony set up and an even better dinner scape. Industrial, jungle chic was the look for the day with black and gold decor against the deep green leaves and some geometric aspects included. A foliage-covered installation with hanging lights, gold decor and elegant place settings, with pampas grass to finish it off. The bride looked equally gorgeous in her two-piece made up of a delicate beaded bodysuit and simple skirt. Guests enjoyed, signature cocktails, a delicious cake and dessert table (which of course was in-keeping with their theme for the day!) and an after-dinner dip in the pool to cool off! Such fun!
Where to begin with this summer marquee wedding, with the Prosecco wall? The lasered place names? Acrylic wedding signs? The flower arch they said their vows under? Oh there is just so much gorgeousness! The outdoor garden ceremony, where the couple’s adorable girls walked down the aisle before their mother, was followed by a stunning marquee reception in the garden of a friend’s beautiful home. The floor-less marquee was decorated in stunning white cherry blossom trees from Twilight Trees (one of our handpicked suppliers, they’re amazing!) and cool neon signs – the flow of the garden into the marquee was so smooth, making it feel like you were sat amongst the flowers and foliage of the outside. A cake cart stood in the corner of the impressive reception with an array of yummy treats including a show stopper pressed flower wedding cake and with a pizzeria truck on hand for when the guests got peckish in the evening, everything about this wedding was delicious!!
The bride looked beautiful in a lace cape with blush bridesmaids and bouquet at this Norfolk barn wedding. A classic wedding which was kicked off with a church ceremony but had a twist of contemporary with the customised neon lights. Long trestle tables were littered with foliage and candles and sat on Persian rugs. A dedicated children’s area kept the kids out of mischief, meaning all the guests could just relax and enjoy the special day. The bridal cape was a last-minute addition to the bride’s outfit and what a good choice it was, deciding on the cover-up instead of a traditional veil, the lace cape was shorter at the front and longer at the back and made such a statement over the minimalist Sassi Holford wedding dress!
An Oxfordshire barn wedding venue played host to this sentimental celebration with neutral & gold decor, a fairy light canopy and the couples favourite flowers hanging at the altar. Personal touches were scattered throughout, including a doughnut wall that the bride’s father lovingly built, which they had in place of a traditional wedding cake along with delicious personalised Laduree macaron favours. And they didn’t stop there, with heartfelt sentimental vows that the bride and groom had written themselves, homemade go-pro hats for guests to wear in the evening instead of a photobooth and polaroid photos of guests on their place settings, there wasn’t an aspect of this wedding that hadn’t been carefully considered and you can totally tell! The couple had their marital name lit up in neon lights and their very own programme, The Harvey Times, that introduced everyone to the wedding party – such a cool idea!
An industrial-chic celebration at the Haarlem Mill wedding venue deep in the Derbyshire countryside. With just 6 months to plan, this wedding came together beautifully, with so many lovely aspects from the contemporary wedding stationery, the foliage decor and hanging glass bottles, to the epic wedding cake with four flavours, the delicious cheese tower and the marshmallow bar! And there is no denying that the focal point of the reception (obviously apart from the stunning bride and groom!) was that neon lights behind the top table from Bramblesky – one of our directory’s handpicked suppliers – who have done an absolutely amazing job of designing and decorating this wedding!
Where oh where to begin with this wedding? From the stunning Bali wedding venue, littered with pink petals, tropical flower installations and hanging lights to the equally beautiful bride and her dashing groom! A tropical outdoor ceremony with an aisle completely covered in petals and a floral moon gate as the backdrop to the “I Do’s”. And as the sun went down the reception was lit up with hanging lights that were entwined in the beautiful hanging floral installation. After taking the plunge, putting their posessions in storage and going travelling with each other, the couple fell in love with Bali and knew it was the only place for them to get married…we can definitely see why!
Taking a trip to the seaside, Whitby to be precise, for this intimate elopement with a dried flower bouquet, a tea length wedding dress and even Herbie the little sausage dog! Keeping things intimate and family-oriented was key to this couple, including some decor which they bought with them from their home. Breaking traditions, this bride and groom decided to forgo the usual routine of the groom not seeing the bride before the ceremony, which meant the whole family could celebrate together for the entirety of the day! And all this was captured by the ever so talented Georgina Harrison who slotted in so well she became a token member of the family for the day!
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.