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Village Hall
Village Hall
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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dress
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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House
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Cutie
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Car
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Bunting
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Favours
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Cakes
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Flowers
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Couple
Village Hall Wedding With A Picnic Style Meal Bride Wears 50s Style Wedding Dress With Images by Matt Penberthy Photography
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Maribel & Rob

I love featuring weddings from village halls because it’s always seriously impressive how gorgeous you can make them look! To be fair, Maribel and Rob did have a lovely blank canvas, Sapperton Village Hall is a far cry from the average, but still the trestle table, balloon and bunting combo is utterly charming.

Family weddings always strike a note with me, as I love the thought of having your kids with you on your wedding day. Maribel and Rob’s daughter is a total cutie and the fact that her cake took centre stage of the cake table is just adorable.

It’s also lovely to hear that readers have found their wedding suppliers via Rock My Wedding and Maribel found her photographer Matt Penberthy from looking at real wedding features, and her hair and make up artist Evie Smith via our recommended supplier directory, The Love Lust List.

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Lucy & Joel

How do you have a gorgeous wedding on a budget?

Well, Lucy and Joel are going to show you how. Their big day was planned in just three short months and they kept to a very strict budget, calling in favours and making compromises when needed. It just goes to show what a wedding is all about; marrying the love of your life, followed by a big old knees up with your loved ones.

The only thing which we ever really recommend investing in, is a photographer whose style you love. The images will be the lasting memory of your day, and these ones captured by Imogen Xiana are truly beautiful. You’d never know that the wedding was planned in such a short time scale or that less money had spent on it than another because the images simply capture what a lovely time everyone is having.

Enjoy this one and for anyone planning a village hall wedding, this is great inspiration!

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Tamsin & Steven

Did I say ‘wow’ yesterday about my wedding? I think I did. And I’m going to say it today about this one too.

Tamsin shows how you can rock high street bridal like an absolute goddess. Her Phase Eight gown combined with that amazing flower crown (which FYI, the girls made themselves!) is the perfect combination for her and Steven’s village hall wedding.

With huge amounts of DIY this is a stunner. Tamsin also makes a good point; the DIY is a lot of fun, even though at times it is hard work, but more than anything it is important that you relish in your day. And these guys did just that. It was all sumptuously captured by the ever talented Millie Benbow. Love.

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