Getting married alfresco is hot right now. Be inspired by these fabulous outdoor weddings, from woodland celebrations to humanist cliff top unions.
Hannah and Steve wed on the 26th August 2017 at Abbey Home Farm; an organic farm shop and eco venue in Gloucestershire. Everything about the day was natural and stress free, demonstrating that you don’t need to focus too much on small details when the setting is as beautiful as this. Our pair had just the most special woodland ceremony surrounded by all their family and friends.
A mismatched fun wedding held at Hush Venues in the stunning Norfolk countryside. This day really did have it all, from personal DIY décor to retro game entertainment and even a wildflower meadow. Codie’s stunning dress was adorned with flowers and photos, plus Steven rocked a floral tie and Lego adorned buttonhole.
This fun-loving couple tied the knot on 12th August 2017 at a church ceremony and followed their nuptials with a wonderfully colourful and relaxed reception in tipis at Bower Hill Farm in Surrey. Guests were welcomed by a steel band, how fab is that?! The whole day was a riot of colour from the rainbow blooms to the lights in the tipi by night, and just wait until you see the wonderful floral archway outside the tipi.
Just as honouring old family customs can be a meaningful way to tell your story, so can growing new ones as the generations change. The lovely Stephanie and Conrad chose to leave their native Brooklyn to have their wedding in the groom’s grandfather’s back yard – a peaceful hideaway in Vermont enveloped by babbling brooks, majestic pine…
The natural and rustic nuptials of WWW readers Alex and Dilys and their lovely son Magnus. After taking care of the legal ceremony a few days before, this gorgeous family held their wedding day in rather magical woodland on 17th September 2017 and incorporated Magnus’ naming ceremony too, how wonderful is that?
The whimsical wedding of Richard and Tamsin – a day full of joy, character, and glorious genuineness. Deep in the heart of the Norfolk countryside, nestled at the top of the Yare Valley in the Broads National Park, sits the beautifully wild wedding venue Hush Venues where the couple chose to celebrate their marriage with their loved ones.