BUDGET £25 – 30K
Danby Castle wedding venue is set in the beautiful Whitby and was the perfect choice for this gorgeous celebration. The bride looked beautiful in an Emma Beaumont wedding dress (who is one of our amazing handpicked suppliers!) with lace detail and a pretty hairpiece, flanked by her four bridesmaids who wore grey multiway dresses all clutching foliage bouquets. The foliage was definitely the theme of the day, saying their I Do’s in front of a foliage wreath and the wooden wedding breakfast tables littered in eucalyptus leaves. Wanting to move away from traditions, the wedding speeches were held outdoors in the castle ruins followed by pie and mash served inside on wooden benches that the couple had designed themselves! They even did a ‘First Dance’ sweepstake and gave the guests 100 song options for them to guess their first dance number and the lucky winners took home £100! The photography was definitely important to this couple, as the bride and groom are amazing wedding photographers, Abbie Sizer Photography, and one of our handpicked suppliers!
Cool, creative and urban styling for this Sheffield wedding, the theme was sequin disco rave and even the brides dress suited perfectly. Melissa & Dave married on stage in front of their friends at The Lantern Theatre, after saying ‘I Do’ the band crashed the ceremony and joined the couple to kick off the festivities. They partied the night away at their very cool, industrial styled warehouse reception which featured amazing tropical flowers, festoon lighting and neon signs. Zero traditions, no white dress and no cake just a wild party with friends and family filled with personal touches and a night not to be forgotten!
A truly stunning ceremony on New Year’s Eve where the bride wore a beautifully embellished wedding dress and a classic red lip. The wedding kicked off with the couple saying their vows in front of the fairy light curtain, followed by mulled wine in the courtyard and a marquee celebration with lots of laughs and dancing. The decor was kept simple in keeping with the beautiful barn details and featured a DIY table plan with hanging baubles, polaroid place settings, delicate fairy lights and a pretty impressive macaroon tower wedding cake. When New Year hit the party really started with the bride and groom dancing on the bar with their band, all in all, a beautiful winter wedding captured by Bloom Weddings.