Morning lovelies :-) If you are dreaming of summer days you are in the right place this morning.
Jen and Jon tied the knot in the summer, and kept their day simple and relaxed. They held their wedding at The Moat House, West Sussex with a pretty marquee for their reception.
I so love Jen’s non traditional wedding dress, she looks so very beautiful. There were rose bouquets, sunshine, an outdoors ceremony and bunting galore. Just glorious.
Thanks so much to Teri V for the lovely images today.
Tags: Homegrown Wedding Flowers, Outdoor Wedding, Pink Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Teri V Photography, The Moat House, West Sussex Wedding
WWW readers Emma and Tom’s wedding was a real DIY effort with family and friends contributing to their wedding. Their village hall venue was the inspiration for their relaxed wedding day and provided the perfect blank canvas.
With their love of pretty blue Hydrangeas a blue colour scheme crept in, with gorgeous little details and sweet flower girls in blue dresses.
Emma donned a gorgeous Phase Eight wedding dress which she teamed with a custom made bolero, while Tom went for a blue suit and fun knitted tie. Love this whole day, from beginning to end.
Thanks so much to the brilliant Eleanor Jane for sharing her photographs with us today.
Tags: Austin Reed Groom, Blue Wedding Ideas, DIY Wedding, Eleanor Jane Wedding Photography, Humanist Wedding, Hydrangea Wedding Flowers, Outdoor Wedding, Phase Eight Wedding Dress, Real Weddings, Village Hall Wedding, Wales Wedding
Dreaming of sunshine and cardigan weather? Me too, and today’s glorious wedding day will be sure to transport you there for a while.
WWW readers Josephine and Matt married in September 2013 and held their wedding day at the beautiful Brick Kiln Barn, Suffolk. It was important to Josephine and Matt that there were no stuffy formal moments and that their day had a relaxed feel.
There was a real outdoorsy feel to their wedding, with speeches on hay bales outside of the barn and fete games to keep guests entertained. They had a home made feel to their décor and guests brought scrumptious cakes.
Josephine looked elegant in a chic silk crepe dress with her hair in a beautiful up do. Matt wore a suit by Next without the jacket while the bridesmaids looked pretty in peach.
Thanks so much to the ever wonderful Brighton Photo for sharing her images with us today.
Tags: Barn Wedding, Brick Kiln Barn, Brighton Photo, Cake Table, Fete Games, Hanging Lampshades, Next Groom, Outdoor Wedding, Peach Wedding Ideas, Pink Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Suffolk Wedding, Waistcoat Groom
It is always exciting to feature a WWW reader wedding, especially a day which is a wedding you dream of yourself.
WWW readers Caroline and Sam married in September at Crowborough Registry Office, followed by a village hall reception. They had a vision of using nature and the great outdoors as inspiration for their day.
Caroline and Sam had their family and friends contribute to their day, helping with the set up, flowers and cake. Much of their wedding was handmade and crafted by themselves. I especially love the branches in the hall, they look amazing.
Caroline wore a gorgeous sequin dress which she made with her Maid of (Dis)honour and also made her own wedding shoes. Sam donned a sharp three piece suit with red tie.
Thanks so much to the fabulous Alexa Loy for sharing her photographs with us today. There is so much more I could talk about, but I will leave you to read and see everything in glorious detail for yourself…
Tags: Alexa Loy Photography, Budget Wedding, DIY Flowers, DIY Wedding, East Sussex Wedding, Homemade Wedding Dress, Multicolour Wedding Ideas, Nature Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Sequin Wedding Dress, Village Hall Wedding, Woodland Wedding Ideas
WWW readers Rita and Craig chose the most idyllic and magical location for their October nuptials. Tunnels Beaches in North Devon is settled in the rugged coastline with breathtaking views.
Rita and Craig wanted their day to be relaxed and fun whilst reflecting their love of animals, having a vegetarian menu and sweet animal details in their décor. They chose a palette of blues and turquoise, with their bridesmaids in mismatched dresses and blue lanterns hung above. There were wild blooms home-grown by family and I spy some fab Alphabet Bags.
Rita donned a stunning dress by Charlie Brear with a hairpiece by Jenny Packham while Craig wore a woven jacket, vegetarian shoes and fun animal tie. Perfect.
Thanks so much to the wonderful Marianne Taylor for sharing her photographs with us today.
Tags: Beach Wedding, BerinMade, Blue Bridesmaid Dresses, Blue Wedding Ideas, Charlie Brear Wedding Dress, Devon Wedding, Homegrown Wedding Flowers, Marianne Taylor Photography, Real Weddings, Tunnels Beaches, Vegetarian Wedding