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A beautiful bohemian-inspired big day for lovebirds, Rosie & Andy…

When it comes to beautiful wedding celebrations, it doesn't get much more inspirational than this one. Rosie and Andy tied the knot at Usk Castle, which offered some of the most incredible backdrops for wedding photographs, as captured by Magda K Photography. From the bride and bridesmaids' flower crowns right through to the table décor, everything about this bohemian big day will leave you feeling completely and utterly smitten. So, get stuck in and have a peek at this divine wedding eye candy…

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Venue
Usk Castle
Location
Monmouthshire
Ceremony
100
Breakfast
100
Reception
100
Dress
The Wild Heart Bridal
Flowers
Usk Florist
Cake
Unknown
Photographer
Magda K Photography

THE VENUE WAS SO BEAUTIFUL, WE DIDN'T HAVE TO SPEND A FORTUNE ON DECORATION!

“Usk is both mine & Andy’s hometown where our parents still live, so the Castle there was the obvious choice as soon as we got engaged. The beautiful ruins is right on my Mum’s doorstep, meaning for local friends and family it was the most convenient wedding venue ever! For friends of ours from London and further afield, it was a chance to come and experience some rural Welsh beauty, and lots of guests went around the ground exploring the lawns and the ruins in the sunshine – it was perfect. With the venue being so beautiful, it also meant we didn’t have to spend a fortune on decoration!”

WE HAD SO MANY COMMENTS ON THE DECORATIONS…

“For the barn where the ceremony took place, all we did for decoration was tie a few bunches of gypsophila to the chairs down the aisle. Then for the marquee, instead of paying a florist team to come and make centrepieces, we just bought big sacks of flowers we wanted – in the end just keeping things really simple with eucalyptus and gypsophila. The day before the wedding, we called in help from all the bridesmaids and family we could and just laid the greenery down the centre of the table, along with some really cheap hessian ribbon I found on eBay. I’d asked both families to save any small glass jars & tins for the few months leading up to the wedding, so we used these as little rustic vases for the gypsophila. We had so many comments on the decoration but it just goes to show you don’t have to spend a lot to achieve the look you want – just get a bit creative!

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