You are in for a real treat this afternoon with WWW readers Katie and Simon’s sunny May wedding. With a 1950s vintage floral theme there were so many bright and colourful home made touches. From the bunting and vintage crockery to the floral bridesmaid dresses, I love it all.
There were the prettiest bouquets, sweet children and an afternoon tea.
Katie looked gorgeous in her House Of Mooshki lace dress and vintage inspired up do while Simon wore a sand coloured suit with orange tie. There is so much to enjoy about their wedding day.
Thanks so much to Andy Li for sharing his wonderful images.
Tags: 1950s, Andy Li Photography, DIY Wedding, Floral Bridesmaid Dresses, House of Mooshki Wedding Dress, Marks & Spencer Wedding Cake, Orange Wedding Ideas, Peter Posh Groom, Real Weddings, The Farmhouse at the Shropshire, Vintage China Wedding, Vintage Wedding
A festival feel, camp wedding with a tipi? Yes please!
Grace and Danny married on a rainy 24th May 2014, holding their Papakata tipi reception in a gorgeous meadow at Camp Katur, Yorkshire. They had a casual atmosphere with great food and music to entertain their guests.
Grace looked beautiful in lace while Danny donned tweed; there were sunflowers, rustic décor and LOT of love. The whole vibe of their day is just brilliant and it looked like every single guest had a fun time. I especially adore the atmospheric portraits in the woods, so gorgeous.
Thanks so very much to Toast of Leeds for sharing her amazing photographs today.
Tags: BBQ, Camp Katur Wedding, Festival Wedding, Glamping Wedding, Helen Davies Wedding Planner, Multicolour Wedding Ideas, North Yorkshire Wedding, PapaKata, Rainy Wedding, Real Weddings, Sunflower Wedding Flowers, Ted Baker Bridesmaids, Tipi Wedding, Toast of Leeds, Tweed Groom, Yellow Wedding Ideas
Being a nearly mummy of 2, I would definitely go for a child filled family friendly wedding if I were planning my day, and I know many of you are too. So I thought it may be helpful to have a look at some ways to keep the littlest members of your wedding party entertained and happy.
If you have a large amount of children at your wedding ceremony, it will more than likely involve giggling or crying in the background to your vows. Children may wander or get a little bored. But I think the mutter of little voices can really add to a relaxed atmosphere at a ceremony.
Why not get the kiddies involved, ask them to do a reading, sing a song, look after the rings, carry a sign or hand out order of service booklets. Children thrive at being given responsibility and they will love feeling important on the day.
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At the reception have fun with the favours for children, think of things they can do to keep them entertained during the meal and speeches. Colouring in, stickers, books, bubbles and paper planes are all great ideas.
Hey there lovelies, I trust this afternoon finds you well. I hope those of you getting married this summer are feeling calm, relaxed and organised. Not long to go… ekkk!!
I have been working away on some exciting projects for WWW behind the scenes, I seem to be speeding up rather than slowing down in my latter stages of pregnancy. But I cannot wait to share all with you and hope you enjoy the end results.
This week there have been some beautiful weddings online and I have been honoured to share and be sharing some amazing stories on WWW too…
WWW’s Wednesday Wedding Wonders
Aiken Backyard Wedding —> colourful, fun and vibrant. LOVE.
WWW readers Debbie and Richard married in May in a beautiful garden amongst the bluebells at Crook Hall. With a vision of a relaxed vintage day they had no seating plan, matching suits or formal meal.
They celebrated their wedding with their children and for a real family friendly feel, there were outdoor games, goodie bags and ice cream.
Debbie looked wonderful in her House of Mooshki tea length dress which she wore with Rachel Simpson shoes and pretty birdcage veil. The quirky buttonholes and fabric brooch bouquets worked perfectly alongside the sweet rustic décor.
Thanks goes to the amazing Helen Russell for sharing these delightful images today.
Tags: Afternoon Tea, BHS Bridesmaids, Brooch Bouquet, Crook Hall and Garden Wedding, Fabric Bouquet, Family Wedding, Garden Party, Helen Russell Photography, House of Mooshki Wedding Dress, Moss Bros Groom, Rachel Simpson, Real Weddings, Vintage Wedding, Wedding Games, White Wedding Ideas