Two beautiful brides, two bouquets, one wedding jumpsuit and one dress all set in a secluded woodland setting. When the weather is on your side, as it was for this beautiful autumn day, woodland weddings are magical. This couple wanted a day that was extremely relaxed and that's exactly what they created. They incorporated a stunning naked wedding cake and rustic, simple decor using a wooden palette for the order of the day and even an old vintage suitcase for their seating plan.
There is something so beautiful about this wedding set between the trees and surrounding fields. A stylish wedding covered with love and gypsophila all captured perfectly by Sarah Fleet Photography who is a member of our Recommended Suppliers.
Our venue owners did everything they could to make our day special for us. We encouraged a relaxed vibe and our photographer and band fit the bill perfectly. Our band played throughout our wedding breakfast and when it was time for them to go all of our guests chanted for "one more song" and then got up and danced together between the tables.
Both bridal outfits at this wedding are beautiful, one bride wore a stunning applique wedding jumpsuit with an overskirt detailing from Rime Arodaky and the other an elegant Maggie Sottero dress with intricate bead detailing to the back. Both brides teamed their outfits with an iconic pair of sparkly Jimmy Choos and individually designed bouquets to suit their personal styles. Their bridesmaids all wore pastel bridesmaid dresses sourced from TFNC with halterneck detailing which suited the relaxed vibe of the day perfectly.
Inspiration & Styling
Our venue was an outdoor venue and is set between the trees and surrounding fields. It is extremely relaxed and that's exactly what we wanted. We kept everything as chilled as possible. We had gypsophila everywhere, kept our table decorations simple and chose a 'naked' cake to keep thing rustic. Our favourite moment would have to be when our guests got up from their wedding breakfast to sing and dance together between the tables as our band played their final song. For couples planning their wedding, our advice is to just relax, keep it real to you. It will all be ok and stress is a waste of emotions.
If you would like to create your own wooden palette order of the day and add a real impact for a very little cost we have our own DIY tutorial to follow, they make a great talking point and infuse a heap of personality and fun into the décor.