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.