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Villa di Ulignano Outdoor Italian Wedding with Watters Wedding Dress

This couple decided that one day was not enough time to celebrate with their loved ones, so a week under the Tuscan sun at Villa di Ulignano with a wedding in the middle was a perfect idea! The ceremony was held early evening in the gardens of the Italian villa, perfect for a relaxed afternoon getting ready, and even a dip in the pool! This was followed by the stunning alfresco wedding breakfast that was served on a long banquet table littered in yellow and pink florals and all the peonies! The bride chose an off the shoulder Watters wedding dress that complemented the Italian vibes beautifully and added her own pop of colour with pink hair that perfectly matched the bouquet!

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Yellow Wedding Theme and Dried Flowers For Minimalist Wedding

BUDGET £15 – 17.5K

To any couples out there who have found themselves with some extra time on their hands due to lockdown, Chloe and Wills yellow wedding theme and DIY decor could appeal to your creative side. Taking inspiration from Chloe’s beekeeping they had a hexagonal altar, honey favours and dried flowers in beautiful yellow tones made months prior to the wedding. All set in the wonderful minimalist FiveFourStudios in Manchester and captured by Clara Cooper Photography.

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Yellow Bridesmaid Dresses And Tree Decor At Devonshire Hotel Wedding

BUDGET £37.5-40K

This wedding is a vision of Autumnal colours (even though it was a summer celebration!) from the yellow bridesmaid dresses to the groom’s foxy red dinner jacket! Arriving at the church the wedding party were greeted by a stunning display of flowers followed by trees lining the aisle. This foliage decor was carried through to the beautiful reception and foliage centrepieces stood tall on the tables. Topped off by an amazing cake (which was mistaken for an art installation numerous times!), fabulous food, a band that kept everyone dancing (you can find the exact band via entertainment nation – one of our handpicked suppliers here on RMW!) and a sensational firework display, this wedding definitely went off with a bang!

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One Friendly Place Wedding Reception With Grace Loves Lace Dress

BUDGET £15-17.5K

A lovely relaxed city celebration with a One Friendly Place wedding reception. Having lots of friends and family involved was important to this stylish couple, so decor including the cake and the wedding stationery were a labour of love from the couple’s nearest and dearest and a chance for them to get creative! The bride looked stunning in an off the shoulder Grace Loves Lace dress which was teamed with a delicate floral headpiece to match the other wedding flowers that brought some colour to the days proceedings!

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Wedding Dress with Feathers by Emma Beaumont at Crayke Manor

Yep, you read it right, today’s Yorkshire celebration has a wedding dress with feathers and it’s every bit as fabulous as it sounds. There are also colourful Spring wedding flowers including our favourites coral peonies. Plus, an epic seating chart, wedding cake and stationery in matching pink, yellow and orange hues. And because we know you love them a fairy light curtain backdrop. Now, are you sitting comfortably? Then we shall begin…

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Oxfordshire Wedding Venue Winter Celebration with Ceilidh Party

BUDGET £50-60K

Something to cheer you up on this miserable morning, an Oxfordshire wedding venue played host to a beautiful Winter celebration that brought together the Bride’s American Family with the Groom’s Northern Irish. Traditions from both sides were combined to create a fun-filled, emotional day, including a Ceilidh instead of a first dance that got all the guests on their feet. The Bride wore a detailed Gemy Maalouf dress with a faux fur cover-up to keep the chill out and had braided hair decorated with floral accessories. A very romantic winter wedding indeed!

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Yellow and Blue Colour Scheme Wedding Inspiration

The delightful yellow and blue colour scheme of this inspiration shoot at Hampstead Heath has made me want to dance around meadows with not a care in the world. Prooving that bold really is beautiful and that colour really does lift the spirit. You’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re in a fairytale with the whimsical vibes and dreamy princess gowns worn by the two brides.

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'Frida Kahlo' Flower Crown, Halfpenny London Bridal Separates and Colourful Bouquets with Peonies for Suffolk Wedding, shot by From The Smiths Photography Pin Image

‘Frida Kahlo’ Flower Crown, Halfpenny London Bridal Separates and Colourful Bouquets with Peonies for Suffolk Wedding

With the Bank Holiday fast approaching, there’s only one place we want to be: soaking up the sunshine with friends. Fortunately – given the forecast (sigh) – Ashley & Nick have laid on the most epic garden party wedding for us, with fabulous florals (peonies, people, peonies!), beautiful bold colours inspired by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, and the best garden party game: piñata. With Halfpenny London separates and a fantastic flower crown thrown in for good measure, this wonderful wedding may be in the rolling British countryside but it will trick you into thinking you’re half a world away.

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Colourful Paper Cranes & Sunflower Wedding Décor in Rustic Barn | Chiffon Polka Dot Dress by Kate Halfpenny | Doxford Barns | Sarah-Jane Ethan Photography Pin Image

Colourful Paper Cranes & Sunflower Wedding Décor in Rustic Barn

Head right this way for a sunny start to your week with this wonderful wedding at Doxford Barns, shot in ever spectacular style by Sarah-Jane Ethan. Burts of colour make this day so beautiful, with paper cranes and sunflowers filling the photos with joy. I’m also a huge fan of bridesmaids in white and love the mismatched knee-length dresses on Katie’s best girls. Look out, too, for the vintage tea jars used as flower vessels, the DIY glitter bar and the garden games (complete with the cutest little guest). This is a relaxed rustic wedding done right – very right. Enjoy.

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