Sophie & Richard
When a florist gets married, you can be sure there will be some statement blooms and Sophie certainly did not disappoint with her vibrant and colourful wedding day. Beautifully captured by Rachael Connerton Photography, it is obvious just how joyous this celebration was and we can’t help but smile at the images. We hand you over to Rachael to tell us more about day.
Charlotte & Sean
Pimms, wild flowers, bohemian dresses, flower crowns, and the groom’s mint green suit; everything about Charlotte and Sean’s big day just oozes laid back charm and classic romance! “We really wanted it to feel, like “us” – a wedding that was intimate and not too formal, with an emphasis on good food and drink and a hell of a party!” says Charlotte.
Brooke & Oli
Brooke and Oli went ahead with an intimate wedding of only 30 people in line with the Covid19 restrictions at the time and we are so pleased they did. As always, Daisy Works pulled the most beautiful peachy blooms out of the bag which worked perfectly alongside golden accents throughout the styling. Stunningly captured by Emily and Katy Photography, this is such a gorgeous day full of genuine emotion; what a treat to get a sneak peek into Brooke and Oli's special day!
Rachel & Matthew
Elopements are currently having such a moment and, quite frankly,
when they look like this we can see why! Keeping things simple
does not mean sacrificing style and the proof is in the pudding with
Rachel and Matthew’s seriously romantic wedding in the wilderness.
Rocking a flower crown and pink leather jacket, Rachel and Matthew set
off for an outdoors escapade and hiked up the Lake District hills with
their dog Archie in order to make their marital promises surrounded by
Rebecca & Matthew
When we spotted this wedding on A Big Neon Glitter Photography's instagram feed we fell head over heels! Taking place in one of the region's hottest venues, The West Mill, this lockdown micro wedding has some serious style - the floral touches and styling details give a pretty twist to the industrial background.
Amy & Jake
Christmas weddings are just so romantic with glistening lights bringing all the atmosphere and the chilly evening giving you a great excuse to snuggle up to your new spouse!
We feel head over heels when we spotted Amy and Jake's big day in @matthoran85 's portfolio as it gives you everything you hope for from a festive day by the bucket load.
Sarah & Simon
Due to marry on 26th June 2020, Sarah and Simon were on an emotional rollercoaster during the Covid19 lockdown – between a heartbreaking postponement, monitoring the ever-changing regulations and coordinating with multiple suppliers on a potential new date, their wedding planning journey was far from simple. Originally securing a second date for 18th December 2020, after hearing the news that small wedding ceremonies were able to go ahead, they “bit the bullet” and booked their big (little) day in for 6th July. With rustic vibes and pastel tones, Donnington Park Farmhouse was the perfect setting. Sarah and Simon have kindly given us an insight into pulling off the perfect, post-lockdown day.
Becca & Tom
Sometimes the best laid plans just aren't meant to be. We love how this couple embraced the situation, went for it and ended up having the most amazing day full of gorgeous details. Get ready for some major lockdown loveliness and micro wedding magic as Becca tells us a bit more about the day…
Joely & Paul
For many couples currently debating whether to go ahead with a smaller wedding in line with current restrictions, we think this wedding day goes a long way to show that smaller, intimate weddings can still be stunningly stylish affairs. In the beautifully rural backdrop of Thorpe Gardens, Joely and Paul said I do with a handful of friends and family and we’ve been given a sneak peek into their luscious lockdown day of love. So get ready to swoon over these gorgeous images and have a read of Joely’s details from the day.
Lauren & Dan
The COVID pandemic has had devastating effects on the wedding industry and we were one of the 2020 couples that faced such uncertainty and were stuck in limbo for 5 months surrounding our wedding. We were set to have 120 of our family and friends attend our wedding in August, but in June this was postponed to next year… it will still be taking place, but now just slightly different than we originally planned, so rather than celebrating getting married, we will be celebrating our first year of marriage. We had booked cottages in Northumberland for the week of the original wedding and, as a family, decided we still wanted to go as the break would do us the world of good… wedding or no wedding. Then on the 4th July Boris announced that small wedding ceremonies were able to take place and with no plan, dress, or even rings, we booked the first slot available and gave a new notice of marriage at Bakewell Town Hall. However, at this point, we were still uncertain that we would finally get the chance to marry as registry offices across England had different rules and Morpeth Town Hall weren’t able to give the green light just yet. The waiting game began and then, just 28 days before our date, we got the go ahead and the planning started.