You can really feel the love here today lovely readers. Just perfect for a new week here on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings me thinks.
Tommy and Jane tied the knot on the 30th July 2017 at The Tythe Barn in Oxfordshire. Their vision was to host a wedding which was a real get together for their nearest and dearest and to thank them for their support, isn’t that just lovely? They also hoped for a relaxed atmosphere with a Sunday roast, yum!
Words cannot describe how I much I love these stunning and emotive images by Jen Marino. I cannot thank Jen enough for sharing them with us today, the portraits in particular are just so touching to view. This couple have oodles of style and kept things super simple with fresh florals and a semi naked cake centrepiece. Also look out for the uber cute exit at the end of the day…
‘Tis the season for romantic candlelight, sequins, rich red hues and cosy vibes. As the nights draw in and there is a chill in the air, you will really love these dramatic images courtesy of Lewis Fackrell Photography today.
Organised by Serayah Styling & Event Management, this styled editorial shoot encapsulates a feeling of outdoors in. Think whimsical florals, rose gold table clothes, stylish attire and statement floral cake. Enjoy these super beautiful wedding ideas lovely readers.
“The look is all about bringing the outdoors inside, creating a natural soft, whimsical and pretty yet striking effect.
Shot in the conservatory at the Vale Resort in Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales, overlooking the resort’s beautiful grounds, lake and golf course, we wanted to inspire couples whilst creating something accessible for them and so used natural, easily sourced elements such as ivy and twisted branches from the Vale’s gardens for the main centrepieces, creating the effect of being outdoors throughout the room, with twinkling lights and lots of layering of sparkling fabrics and special little touches.
We kept the colour scheme very natural with lots of green foliage and twisted branches and some white flowers to lift the look, tall pillar candles creating lots of twinkling light and gold candlesticks, charger plates and fabrics, with coloured glassware and just a pop of deep red to create a warm, luxurious feel against the clean backdrop.
We loved these stunning cross-back chairs as they perfectly complemented the theme and are actually incredibly comfortable for guests to sit on too!
We wanted to create a truly bespoke, beautiful and unique cake and this fabulous hand decorated floral design with gold leaf and a hexagonal marbled base tier by the Vale Cake Boutique, worked perfectly against the backdrop. Kieron is wearing a fabulous navy and black bespoke, tailored tuxedo designed by Nathan Palmer Bespoke Tailoring and Keshia looks truly beautiful in this gorgeous Aire Barcelona delicate lace fitting gown, with a mild sweetheart bust and beaded butterfly finish.
We wanted a very natural, whimsical and unstructured bridal bouquet, which smelled as heavenly as it looked and complemented this with Kieron’s buttonhole to move away from the traditional single rose, in keeping with the style of the shoot.”
Wild horses, rays of Spring light streaming in through the trees, and a couple with smiles that will fill your hearts – these are just some of the wonders of Reagan and Nick’s laid-back outdoor wedding in the stunning countryside of South Eastern Oklahoma.
This fun, easy-going couple wanted their day to reflect their personalities, and the result is the wonderfully organic, earthy, and graceful celebration that we are so excited to share with you today. The whole day was beautifully captured by Zayne Williams – but I have to say that my absolute favourite shots have to be those of their adorable first look, so real and full of emotion. The bride’s lace sweetheart dress by Allure Bridal, alongside the neutral, blush tones of the bridesmaids’ gowns, make for a romantic palette perfectly in harmony with the woodlands watching over them as they tied the knot.
You won’t believe me when I tell you the florals were – wait for it – completely DIY! You will, however, find it utterly believable when I say that these lovebirds knew they were going to get married just 3 dates in. So natural, so effortless, and such an inspiration for everyone who wishes their wedding to be nothing less, and nothing more, than a genuine celebration of love.
If you are wondering just how to find your wedding suppliers, let me give you a helping hand today. Searching online for wedding folk that match your wedding style, personality and aesthetics can be pretty tricky. Which is exactly why we launched our Supplier Lovewedding directory over 2 years ago now, to match our brilliant readers with like minded wedding talent.
Quirky, cool, stylish and quite frankly brilliant wedding suppliers can be found in our directory pages. Here today are a selection of our latest members, from photography to make up artists and venues, it’s jammed packed…
Pamela and Andrea are a make-up duo who share the same vision and passion for making women look good, feel beautiful and above all true to themselves. We believe that make-up should not be a disguise but a way of enhancing your inner beauty.
We’re total suckers for Shutter Go Click Photography and their unique, creative photography, so we’re thrilled to be featuring their images today; thank you Ryan. There are some darn right beautiful photographs here, which totally and utterly capture the essence of this couple and their natural wedding.
WWW readers Charlotte and Jonty were hitched on the 16th June 2017 at The Crab & Lobster in North Yorkshire. The venue is super quirky, filled with antiques and props, which provided the perfect backdrop to their relaxed celebrations. Ensuring their personalities were evident through their wedding was important to them both, so Glastonbury festival featured in the décor, as it’s where the couple got engaged.
Now let me get on to the dress. It’s all kinds of fabulous! After spotting a frock on Pinterest Charlotte headed to Katya Katya Shehurina and had her tiered lace and tulle dress custom made. A straightforward process seeing as it’s the only shop she visited. Quite frankly I think she looked absolutely gorgeous! Jonty really looked very smart in his navy suit, tan shoes and burgundy tie, while the bridesmaids were rocking earthy boho style dresses. Oh my! Enjoy.