Down tools, dear readers, for this one-of-a-kind wedding venue deserves maximum attention. Boasting wildflower meadows, a wildlife corridor that is simply perfect for a wedding procession and a unique range of eco buildings and accommodation, The Sychpwll Centre truly is a wedding wonderland – and Debbie & Seb really do make the most of it with their magical yurt wedding. From the gorgeous naked tipi, made by the mother of the bride out of bamboo and greenery, to the glitter station that saw even the older guests getting involved, this special celebration is filled with fun, love and endless laughter, not to mention fierce bridal party fashion in the form of a crochet Made With Love wedding dress and pretty mismatched peach bridesmaids from RMW recommended retailer Rewritten.
If you’re having a winter wedding, especially one in a tent, marquee or tipi, then there are lots of things to think about. Bad weather, keeping guests warm, making sure people can actually see once darkness falls…but if you get it right, the result can be totally magical. A winter wonderland for guests – cosy, warm and inviting.
Today we’ve gathered advice from our RMW The List recommended suppliers, who are all experts and well versed in setting up tent weddings during the colder months. There are some great tips here so get cosy and prepare to be plunged into a world of wintery inspiration…
Ally and Pat’s wedding is just gorgeous. The pair were really lucky with the weather, even needing parasols to keep guests cool – and this meant they could also have their humanist ceremony outdoors, making for some stunning photographs. Michelle Wood (along with Ania Ames as second shooter) captured everything beautifully that I’m pretty sure Ally and Pat will be poring over for years and years to come.
The florals for this wedding are just dreamy and it came as no surprise to me that this is the work of the lovely Gemma from The Country Flower Company – one of our favourite florists and a member of our handpicked supplier directory – The List. Look out for the hand illustrated stationery from The Wildflower Illustration Co. too! Rebecca is another of our recommended suppliers, her work is just so pretty.
There are just way too many incredible details from Victoria & Mike’s wedding to mention in this intro…so I’m just going to let the images from Cassandra Lane to the talking. All I’m saying is if you want to make a yurt look pretty – THIS is how to do it 😉
Oh and how gorgeous does Victoria look in Halfpenny London? An absolute shimmering vision of loveliness, adoring her accessories too.
This morning we were blessed with a village hall wedding and this afternoon we are blessed with a back garden yurt wedding. Both filled with an abundance of DIY and money saving tips and both incredibly stylish.
The cake table in particular is spectacular. There’s a hessian table cloth, tissue tassels, old hanging portraits of family members, a wonderful rustic table plan, and delicious treats for the guests to enjoy.
This wasn’t the only rustic influence. The Great Barn ceremony where the couple said I do also made a beautiful backdrop for the nuptials. And Bride Sasha’s customised Dana Bolton gown with it’s boho vibes fitted in with the theme perfectly. And how can I forget her flower crown and beautiful wild and organic bouquet in THE most delicious Autumnal hues.
Such a pretty wedding, captured perfectly by Jackson & Co. Photography.