If you didn’t make it to PapaKåta’s Autumn open weekend this year, don’t worry, you can catch up on all the inspiration and advice here. As usual they’ve enlisted the help of many talented suppliers to showcase their Sperry Tents and Tipis, and as usual, they look absolutely fabulous decorated with everything you need to have your own marquee wedding ceremony and reception. My favourite is definitely the flower clouds. WOW. Just. Wow!
Temperatures are set to soar this weekend and so will your hearts at the sight of this PapaKata Sperry tent wedding bursting with sentiment. The couple says I do in the brides family church where she and her son were Christened and then head to her parent’s home where she grew up for a wedding reception of dreams at the bottom of their garden. Add some foliage wedding decor, sloe gin favours and a Suzanne Neville bridal gown and you’re in wedding heaven.
Hands up who’s fallen for this delightful at home wedding? Insert multiple ‘raising one hand’ emoji’s here. From the homemade copper frame seating chart to the blush blooms and beyond, our pinning fingers and hearts are going ten to the dozen. We’re also more than a little smitten with Bride Elizabeth’s Noble and Wight bridal separates too. Not to mention her flower crown and bouquet including David Austin Roses and Dahlias, which if you’ll pardon the pun is the crowning glory to her unique bridal look.
If you’re thinking of having a Sperry Tent or Teepee wedding then you’ve come to the right place as PapaKåta show you how to do it in style at their glorious Spring Open Weekend 2019. Heavily featuring the Pantone colour of the year ‘Living Coral’ and giving you all the ideas to host your own joyful Spring wedding.
Settings don’t come much more dreamy than the Port Eliot Estate. Home of the stylish, infamous and totally unique Port Eliot Festival, and now Megan & Simon’s glamorous Sperry Tent wedding too, it’s a special place set deep in the heart of Cornwall.
Brought together seamlessly by the wonderful Jenny Wren Weddings And Events, this chic and sophsticated wedding included references to Megan’s American background and allowed her and Simon to introduce their US friends and family to Simon’s home county. The weather was beautiful, truly making the most of that incredible Cornish scenery. The romantic, fine art images come from Olivia Whitbread Roberts…enjoy!
When it comes to marquee and tent weddings, PapaKata’s wealth of knowledge and experience is second to none. If you’re certain that you’d like a marquee or a tent, but aren’t sure whether to opt for a gorgeous airy Sperry Tent, or a cosy, atmospheric Teepee, then you definitely need to read on. We’re sharing the images from PapaKata’s recent Spring open day so you can see how different these structures can look and how beautifully they can be styled…
When the duo behind Jolly Awesome get married, you just know it’s going to be a day of pure fun. Matt and Katie clearly have creativity running through their veins and I’ve loved pouring over the details of their big day. Think palm prints, neon signs and bright pink peonies. With some extra special treats for people – if only every wedding guest in the world could receive one of Matt’s illustrations as a favour, there would be grins all round!
Images come from the wonderful Amy B, whose natural and joyful style is perfect for this fabulous wedding day and I can 100% vouch for Amy’s talents as she shot my cousins wedding day too 🙂 Enjoy this colourful and stylish day – I have a feeling you’re going to love it!
We’re bringing you the prettiest wedding this morning, with an elegant and minimal ceremony at Compton Verney, followed by a bright and colourful reception in one of PapaKata’s infamous Sperry Tents. This means the best of both worlds – classic white wedding meets big party in a field. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it?! It’s YOUR wedding day after all.
Lovely Lissy found their photographer, Emma Pilkington, right here on RMW, which always makes us happy. Talking of which, the bridesmaids blue tulle skirts are also bound to put a smile on your face, the girls all look gorgeous!
What could be nicer on a miserable Thursday afternoon than an English country garden wedding with a pretty pastel colour scheme, a stunning Naomi Neoh bride and a glorious Sperry tent from PapaKata, with the sun is shining and the drinks flowing? The answer is nothing quite frankly. This wedding is just the dose of summer we need. And those blooms from Green & Gorgeous?! Divine!
Look out for the gorgeous signs from Made by Wood & Wood who have totally nailed the rustic luxe look. Images come from the lovely Lucy Davenport, who very recently got married herself! Congratulations Lucy, and Georgie and Ben too! Aren’t weddings wonderful?! And if you’re planning a tent or marquee wedding yourself, do check out this post featured earlier in the week.