Elegance is at the forefront of this Froyle Park wedding, with incredible white and green flowers arrangements, acrylic signs and a seven-tier wedding cake with edible gold leaf layer. The bride, bridesmaids and mother of the bride kept things crisp and sophisticated in white dresses and a suit, and the groomsmen complement them perfectly in dapper tuxedos. To honour Emma’s Swedish tradition, their meal took place over a number of hours and included more than 20 speeches. And being dancers, Emma and Martin treated guests to the famous Dirty Dancing routine! What a day captured by White Stag Wedding Photography.
BUDGET £15 – 20K
This intimate Oxford wedding is filled to the brim with personal touches and charm. The couple shared a special moment with a first look before walking down the aisle together whilst the harp played Toto by Africa, after exiting to the Jurrasic Park theme the couple then took a short walk through the back streets of Oxford with their guests to the reception. The Bodleian Library played host to the second part of their day and offered a stunning and dramatic backdrop for the evening celebrations which featured a period style mirrored table plan and an epic cheese tower cake. This personal and relaxed day is all beautifully photographed by Poppy Carter Portraits.
A classic day followed by an epic party at this Kirtlington Park wedding. The couple thought about every little detail, wanting everything to reflect them as individuals and as a couple, so little things were important! The day began with a classic, romantic ceremony in the stunning stately home, where the bride wore a Liz Martinez wedding dress and the groom looked handsome in a tuxedo. This was followed by an amazing party where the bride had an outfit change and put on her second dress of the day, a glamorous Galia Lahav dress that she got from Brides Do Good, and the groom played the opening set on the decks. The atmosphere was electric and the room was definitely filled with love and laughter!
BUDGET £15 – 20K
This gothic wedding is beautifully styled infusing the couples Irish heritage and their love for everything winter. Foraged evergreen foliage added a touch of wild nature to the day, whilst the cosy candlelight and open fires made a haven inside on the dark November night. The Pilgrim’s Rest played host this celebration, found next to Battle Abbey, with witch’s symbols engraved on the venue’s window ledges and the tales of spirits accentuated by the haunting sounds of the Gaelic Uillean pipes. Keeping all the suppliers as local as possible this bride and groom made the most of East Sussex is a creative place and everyone executed their vision and ethos perfectly.
BUDGET £15 – 17.5K
BUDGET £20 – 22.5K