These styled shoots just keep getting better and better and we’re totally in love with this beaut photographed by Rosie Kelly and styled by Save the Date Event Stylists. We can’t get enough of the endless beach backdrop, whimsical watercolour stationery, a cake on a swing, leather jackets, bright blue smoke bombs, oh and did we mention the pony! If you are looking for an ocean inspired wedding with a boho hipster twist then keep scrolling…Read More »
When Jenna behind Wonderland Invites got in touch about a beach inspired styled shoot we knew it would wild and boho and one that we couldn’t turn down. The shoot took place in Leigh on Sea in Essex and the styling was inspired by the scraps of weathered glass you sometimes stumble upon whilst at the beach. Using all local suppliers Jenna and Jen from The Wedding Spark created a simple, rustic and weathered look that complimented the surroundings and showcased all the suppliers talents. Keep reading for inspiration and details….
We immediately said yes to this whimsical, fairytale, mermaid inspired shoot with an extra pop of colour set on a Norfolk beach. The bright props, boho styling and artisan flowers are alluring, captivating and show off all the suppliers talents. Make sure you keep reading if you’re looking for enchanting beach inspired wedding ideas and to find out about the fantastic suppliers involved…
We have a treat for you today a sophisticated and elegant wedding set in the stunning location of Grade I listed Boreham House. The grand venue is just outside London, offering couples a luxury and historic venue making the perfect setting for a black tie wedding! Jay + Amy utilised the beauty and charm of the venue throughout their styling but also bought a fresh contemporary feel with a dove grey, white and silver colour palette – how dreamy! Here is their wedding day story…
We have eagerly been waiting to blog this Highland wedding planned from afar. There are so many parts that we absolutely love! A few of our highlights are… the dress is by one of our favourite designers, the shoes are hand made and the bride even arrived in style in a super cool peach camper van! Plus the most stunning photography from the very talented Anna Urban.
The attention to detail and time Lydia dedicated to her wedding to ensure each and every one of her guests had the best time is incredible, especially as she was living half way round world from the Scottish destination. We were originally contacted by the brides sister who designed and created the stunning flower arrangements – the colour palette is truly unique.
If you are stuck planning your wedding and need some inspiration then this is the blog post for you. It contains more ideas and tips than you can begin to imagine…
This weekend we headed to the outskirts of Bath for the Field Good Wed Fest to meet and hang out with some fantastic wedding suppliers. For any of the you getting married in the South West or further afield enjoy our photos and find details of each supplier below. Plus don’t forget to check out our festival vlog at the end of the post!
Contemporary bridal dress and accessory designer Kate Edmondson features in today’s blog post. Kate is renowned for making elegant vintage style wedding dresses, with a modern day twist. Each dress is unique and specially designed for each bride, creating one of a kind designs. Kate is passionate about creating timeless bridal gowns for the fashion forward bride, whilst providing a quality and friendly bespoke service from her bridal studio in West London.
Today we have a beaut of a wedding for you from Dorset featuring dreamy photography from Jason Perkins and a super foxy bride Camilla who married her beau Simon last Autumn. Simon and Camilla got married at Winterborne Clenston Church with Camilla’s son giving her away and her twin daughters as super cute flower girls. The reception was held in a marquee at Camilla’s best friends glamping site Home Farm Camping where family and friends were treated to a BBQ, an evening hog roast and a danced the night away to DJ Mike Harris.
So sit down and take five minutes to be transported back to September and read Camilla and Simon’s story in their own words.