Emily & Aaron
Emily & Aaron's wedding day is utterly gorgeous! The grey and copper colour palette perfectly matched the cool, industrial vibes that The Pumping House has to offer, while the minimalist floral styling gave it a touch of modern romance... Just wait until you see the bridesmaids' floral hoops - perfect if you want your wedding to be anything but traditional. So, what are you waiting for? Without further ado, let us introduce you to Emily & Aaron...
Jade & Ben
Hazel Gap Barn really was the perfect setting for Jade & Ben's Asian-inspired celebration, and we love how the couple incorporated subtle yet stylish bohemian vibes.
Jade's father passed away six years ago, so they chose to play a beautiful video to him via a projector screen so that he could still be a part of the special day. Their canapés was so incredible they skipped the started and tucked straight into the main meal, a hog roast. For their wedding cake, the bottom tier has a song written on it that Ben, the groom, had written for Jade. All the romance!
For purse-friendly yet scrumptious treats for the guests, Jade and Ben put out sweet and biscuit jars which everyone enjoyed. This delightful duo also provided their guests with blankets and umbrellas so they could make the most of the outdoor space at Hazel Gap Barn.
Let's take a look at their rather beautiful big day...
Robin and Emma
Robin and Emma had a super relaxed and fun wedding day in spring, with plenty of sunshine and a sprinkling of glitz and glamour. Sounds rather wonderful, doesn't it? The glorious weather provided the perfect backdrop to their beautiful venue, so the couple could make the most of their exclusive-use courtyard throughout their celebration.
The newlyweds chose their own caterers and made use of Dodmoor's unlimited drinks package, which included a cheeky gin bar! Arcade games provided much of the fun in the reception, including air hockey, table football and a skittles alley, all played to the amazing sounds of a string quartet.
The evening was kicked started with sparklers at sunset and continued with a full dance-floor with some impressing moves late into the night! Take a peek at their fabulously fun wedding day...
Katie & Lewis
We’ve been following Katie and Lewis’ wedding planning journey from the very start – if you haven’t read it already, swing by the blog to catch up! We are over the moon to be able to share their beautiful big day with you! Set at the stunning West Mill in Derby in June 2018, this couple’s summer celebration featured a neutral colour scheme with dashes of blue. We’ll hand you over to Katie so you can find out a little more...
Matthew & Leanne
Leanne and Matthew opted for a relaxed, rustic wedding at The West Mill. Featuring subtly stylish industrial vibes, it's guaranteed to inspire your very own special day.
These childhood sweethearts knew the venue was the perfect setting for their celebration as soon as they saw it. They wanted their wedding décor to be rustic yet unforgettable, swapping flowers for foliage and styling their day with some seriously cool details - just wait until you see the huge pink roll top bath! We'll hand you over to real bride, Leanne, so you can find out a little more about the inspiration behind their wedding day…
Hayley & Jaime
An enchanting, exclusive-use country house, Sutton Bonington Hall provided a romantic backdrop for Hayley and Jaime's wedding, with a subtle nod towards tradition. This gorgeous couple opted a vintage-themed celebration with lots of lovely touches, and a soft grey and dusky pink colour scheme. We'll hand you over to the bride, Hayley, so you can find out a little more about their special day…
Kelly and John
Today we're treating you to a sneak peek into Kelly & John's super stylish wedding day at Swancar Farm Country House. This gorgeous couple wanted a laidback celebration with a relaxed vibe, that was reflective of their personalities. They opted for a vintage wedding theme, ramping up the glamour factor with a silver and lavender colour scheme, as well as matching bridesmaid dresses and ties for the groomsmen. They used a range of fabulous suppliers from the East Midlands, pulling off the most perfect day imaginable…
Henry & Charlotte
Henry and Charlotte’s wedding captivated everything that was unique to themselves, including marrying on Friday 13th – the day the bride’s parents met. A Midlands affair situated in a tranquil Yorkshire setting with rolling hills and surrounded by local farmland, you can just imagine how romantic their wedding day was. Lace, candles and laughter made for the perfect celebration for this happy couple. We’ll hand you over to the bride, Charlotte, so you can find out more and have a nosey at their beautiful photographs captured by Lee Garland…
Kerry & Gary
"Our wedding was relaxed and intimate, without too much tradition or faff! Which is exactly how we'd pictured it right from the start.
The style of the venue is simple, rustic yet modern which we complemented with our wedding décor, a palette of corals/peach/navy. We also didn’t really want to conform to the uniform look for the wedding party so the bridesmaids (and man) all had different yet complementing looks. I also love the 60’s/70’s so even though we never actually left the venue, I still insisted on a wedding car… my dads 1970 Mini Cooper S in bronze yellow! Which has starred in many of the wedding photos."
Eloise & Richard
Eloise & Richard decided to give a rustic wedding theme a modern twist, instead opting for a rustic glamour style for their special day. They chose to use a chic rose gold colour scheme throughout their wedding decor and worked in floral wreaths and stag heads as a backdrop and throughout their wedding stationery to give it that 'rustic' vibe. They also used a unique geometric cake stand as a modern alternative for their show-stopping wedding cake. This wedding was full of gorgeous details, so let's take a look at Eloise & Richard's stunning wedding celebration…
Dan and Georgie
Beautiful day, fab weather and the best party with our amazing friends and family we could have asked for! Shabby chic with a touch of vintage was the order of the big day, nothing too prim and proper – that’s just not us. We got married in our village church, it was a personal and intimate ceremony including a fantastic reading by my brother and my godmother singing a cappella during the signing of the registers.