Jaz & Andy
Rain couldn't dampen the joy and emotion of Jaz & Andy's beautiful wedding day at Aston Marina's stunning waterside wedding venue, The Boat House. Following a heartfelt ceremony that was originally supposed to be outdoors but was hijacked by Storm Callum, the wedding party went on to enjoy a day filled with good food, fun, love and laughter. The theme was simple but stunningly effective - mason jars decorated with lace and filled with pink roses and gypsophila sat on apple tree sections for the centre of the table, with light vanilla candles complimented the colour scheme of blush pink and mid/navy blue. Guests enjoyed a traditional three course wedding breakfast before dancing the night away to a DJ.
It was a day that shone despite the weather - and fabulous photography from Lee Glasgow that captured the mood perfectly. Aston Marina’s gorgeous waterside wedding venue, The Boat House, which features minimalist modern design with far-reaching rural views across the rolling Staffordshire countryside.
Louise & James
Louise & James's wedding was relaxed and picturesque, set in Snowdonia National Park. Louise is a bridal make-up artist and had seen hundreds of venues in the North West, and since having their little boy they had always gone to North Wales for family getaways. This lovely couple knew instantly that Hafod Farm was the perfect place to get wed, with accommodation for 20 over a three-day period. Their big day has more of a 'wedding weekend' vibe with plenty of personal touches.
Their little boy walked the bride down the aisle, while the family pug Minnie was also there to celebrate! Louise & James spoilt their guests with canapés for starters, fillet of beef for the main and scrumptious chocolate brownies for dessert, along with pizza in the evening around cosy fire pits. With an epic live band, everyone partied the night away...
Natalie & Adam
'Boho Luxe' is probably the best way to describe Natalie & Adam's big day.
The Riding School at Calke Abbey is absolutely beautiful inside so this lovely couple wanted the bare brick walls to stand out against their décor, which is why they went for a lot of on-trend acrylic so that none of its beauty was covered up. Their floral design had a strong boho vibe, with lots of greenery and pampus grass. Just wait until you see their statement hoop at the end of the aisle!
The vibe was really relaxed, with a harpist, crowd-pleasing canapés and a visit from our Cream of the Crop Supplier, Looch the Mind Reader. The children and adults loved the entertainment! Natalie & Adam's British Bulldog, Minnie, also made an appearance for their photographs.
To get the party started, the newlyweds kicked off their shoes and changed into Vans trainers so that they could dance the night away to their amazing band, Groove Anatomy and then a DJ. Lets not forget their EPIC confetti cannon during the first dance...
Corrianna & Daniel
Corrianna and Daniel had an intimate and relaxed wedding ceremony & reception at the very pretty Stoke Albany village hall in Leicestershire. Legally married the day before, their good friend was then officiant for their ceremony in front of 50 friends and family. They then had an informal seating plan and mezze style wedding breakfast at the hall. Their big day was brimming with love, fun and laughter, so dive into the gallery...
Debbie and Liam
Debbie & Liam had an incredible boho & industrial winter wedding at The West Mill in Derby in February 2018. The styling of the day was all designed & created by the bride Debbie, who is an interior designer - she did an amazing job. Using greenery, candles, ceramic pots, beautifully printed signage she created her boho wedding dream. She also made her own bouquets with her bridesmaids & played a part in designing her own wedding dress - which was the most beautiful winter wedding dress! Every last detail of the day was thought out & presented perfectly.
Emma & James
The Pumping House is an effortlessly stylish wedding venue with modern industrial vibes, set in the heart of Sherwood Forest. Their lovely team promise to make every aspect of your wedding day (and the planning process) stress-free, making sure your day is everything you have always wanted. Emma & James tied the knot at this beautiful red brick building and it provided the perfect backdrop to their love story. We’re handing you over to Ellie, the Wedding & Events Manager at The Pumping House so you can find out a little more…
Sarah & Sam
This wedding is dreamy – everything about it! From that gorgeous Grace Love Laces gown to the DIY elements and personal touches. In fact, almost every detail and decoration was created by the bride, Sarah and her lovely wedding helpers. With 12 bridesmaids in white, plenty of sunshine and some rather cool tipis, this wedding is bound to inspire your very own celebration. Captured by one of our faves, Rosie Kelly Photography, Sarah and Sam are here to tell us more…
Liam & Catherine
Liam and Catherine got married at St Katharines Church in Wiltshire - it was the same church that her grandparents got married in, so it really was a special setting. The couple opted to have their reception at Fullingbridge Farm Barn, which is beautiful new wedding venue with plenty of style. This gorgeous duo wanted their day to be fun, relaxed and quite simply, a celebration of their love with their friends and family. They swapped the traditional three course wedding breakfast for wood-fired pizzas, which proved to be a real crowd-pleaser among their guests.
So, divine into this stunning autumnal countryside wedding...
Jordan and Kezia
After getting engaged in May 2018, it took Jordan & Kezia just four months to plan their celebration. It had been Kezia's dream to say 'I Do' outdoors, and the couple celebrated with a drinks reception around the lake and a tipi reception - all surrounded by Derbyshire's National Forest. This lovely couple wanted a wedding that was completely and utterly authentic to them both, filling it with people, food, laughter and love. They opted for food trucks as the main meal, followed by a Caribbean buffet in the evening with an ice cream van for dessert. Jordan and Kezia also spoilt their guests with a silent disco, a caravan photo-booth, s'mores over fire pits and a sparkler exit. Sounds pretty magical, doesn't it? This rule-breaking couple chose not to have a seating plan and instead, made fun the theme for their day. So, dive into the gallery folks as this big day is an absolute corker...