WWW readers Sophie and Alex married in March on Sophie’s birthday at Wick Farm, Bath. They wanted their wedding to have a country feel whilst using floriography to name their wedding tables… perfect.
They got creative, making much of the super pretty decor themselves. With homemade bunting, cake topper and lovely place settings. The gorgeous blooms have to be one of my favourite aspects of their day, with a natural wild feel in an array of pink and white tones.
Sophie looks beautiful in a bargain of a dress, and i am coveting her romantic hair style. Alex wore a navy suit with daffodil buttonhole, they looked brilliant.
Thanks so much to the wonderful Kat Hill for sharing her photographs with us today.
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Mio and Gordon opted for a humanist outdoor wedding ceremony at Huntstile Organic Farm, Somerset. They had the most beautiful scenery as their backdrop and a tractor to transport guests… amazing!
They kept their decor fresh and modern, with beautiful illustrated stationery, wild blooms and pom poms. I am head over heels for Mio’s stunning blush bouquet.
Mio looked every inch the stylish bride in her flowing Amanda Wakeley dress and natural hair style, while Gordon donned his Kilt. Gorgeous.
Thanks so much to Lisa & Scott of Lisa Dawn Photography for sharing their lovely images with us today.
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WWW readers Anthony and Sophie were married at St Richards School, Herefordshire in a marquee lined hall. They wanted an English country garden feel to their day, keeping within a budget of £8000.
They got super crafty, creating a plethora of gorgeous details such as the bunting, petal confetti, decorated jam jars and honey favours.
Sophie looked amazing in Amanda Wyatt with her glamorous hair and make up and those earrings. Anthony went for traditional tails in pale grey, how gorgeous do they look?!
Thanks so much to Camilla Rosa for sharing her photographs with us today, here is what she had to say about the day;
“I knew Sophie from school and whilst we were never close friends i was so honoured to be asked to photograph their wedding. They had a bit of fairytale romance and have the most gorgeous little boy Noah who was perfect entertainment on the day itself and i knew that he was a super important part of their day. The setting St Richards School was new to me as they don’t do many weddings there just ex-students or staff. The landscape is a total dream as you can see and i’m a countryside and rural wedding lover so we got stuck in out there. The engagement session was just ace – we did it, like i always do, at home on my farm which has the beautiful backdrop of Herefordshire and the Black Mountains – and an array of huge trees which i’m a big big fan of in my photography! The results were so pretty, and they were both wonderful in front of the camera despite their obvious nerves, i think to their surprise – so all apprehension on the day had disappeared! I also ate an awful lot of sponge cake, cupcakes and afternoon tea cucumber sandwiches, de-lish!”
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Mandy and John married at As You Like It, Jesmond, Newcastle, which they loved for it’s kooky vibe. They wanted their day to be relaxed, vintage and quirky.
They had some lovely mismatched elements, with the pretty bridemaids in Monsoon dresses, the beautiful pastel blooms, tea cups and kraft paper stationery desgined by Mandy.
Mandy looked so gorgeous in a Rosetta Nicolini dress and 1960s style bridal make up and beehive. While John found his mod style suit in Ben Sherman, didn’t they looks amazing?!
Thanks so much to the amazing Helen Russell Photography for sharing her images with us today.
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WWW readers Hannah and Tom married at Pythouse Kitchen Garden, Wiltshire with a humanist ceremony. They wanted their wedding to be relaxed with a big party.
Hannah found the most beautiful tired vintage 1950s wedding dress, which she wore with a lace edged veil. Tom chose a Harvey Nichol navy suit and he wore an amazing rustic buttonhole. Ahh they looked gorgeous!
They had fresh blooms, pastel pom poms, bunting and the prettiest bridesmaids dressed in yellow. I adore this lovely day.
Thanks so much to the brilliant Kristy Field for sharing her photographs with us today.
Tags: DIY Wedding, Elizabeth Avey Wedding Dress, Humanist, Kristy Field Photography, Marquee Wedding, Natural & Wild Wedding Flowers, Outdoor Wedding, Pythouse Kitchen Garden, Real Weddings, Summer Wedding Ideas, Wiltshire Wedding, Yellow Wedding Ideas