We are so in love with these fun, contemporary wedding styling ideas. The cerise pink and apple green colour palette is perfect for this ‘Tropical Spring’ shoot.
Jenny Wren Events has really created something fabulous here; wedding styling that’s bold, vibrant and fun. The tall vases of apples, apple place settings, fun palm trees, feather buttonholes, ribbon ceremony backdrop and the amazing wedding cake.
This inspiration shoot, photographed by Olivia Bossert Photography, is really cool!
A Touch of Fun
“I loved planning the styling for this shoot at the picturesque, multi-award winning Carbis Bay Hotel and Spa. Situated in its own private estate and gardens overlooking the white sands of Carbis Bay Beach, the style and location of the venue lent itself to a contemporary styled shoot, with a touch of fun.
A Lego Movie inspired wedding cake, a poodle wearing a bow tie, and bridesmaids wearing the most beautiful flock-patterned skirts; this wedding is COOL!
James and Emma didn’t want a traditional wedding or anything too regimented, so they opted for a wedding that stood out from the crowd. After the wedding ceremony the couple and their guests headed to the local pub and had a wonderful, relaxed afternoon of drinking and eating, and then partied into the night.
Thank you to the fabulous Jonny Barratt Photography for the amazing pictures of this fab wedding. And wait until you see the Lego wedding cake… it really is awesome!
The More Colour the Better
“We married at St Nicholas church in Chislehurst, followed by a wedding reception at The Bickley. I don’t really like regimented wedding themes so I was keen for our wedding to just be colourful. As it was summer it was a case of the more colour the better.
Oh how we love this wedding! April and James’ Sledmere House wedding features birds of prey, a tea length vintage style wedding dress, polka dot bridesmaid dresses, pom poms, pizza, burgers, ice cream, heart shaped sunglasses, fox cake toppers, hook a duck, a bouncy castle disco… oh, and flamingos!
Warning: this is NOT your average wedding – this is much cooler!
Just look at these amazing pictures of this incredible wedding, by Craig of Mr & Mrs.
Colourful Vintage Fun
“We didn’t have a theme in mind at all, it was just a case of if we liked something or thought it would be fun to include it would get bought or hired! Generally the more colourful or kitsch the better! I suppose you could say the wedding theme was ‘Colourful Vintage Fun’. We just wanted a very personal day which was going to be relaxed and enjoyable for our family and friends (and us!). We’re not super formal people, so a traditional wedding with all the formalities just wouldn’t have been right for us.”
Vintage Style Wedding Dress
“My dress was Baroness Pearl by Kitty and Dulcie, a tea length vintage style dress with a fitted bodice and 3/4 length sleeves. It had a bright red bow around the waist and the most amazing full tulle skirt. It cost £345, which frankly was a bargain, even with the dressmaker fitting costs. I must admit, after I bought it I couldn’t wait to get home to try it on, so I tried it on for the first time in the toilet at work! My first priority was making sure I could dance in it, so I had a little boogie before I took it off and returned to my desk!
“The bridesmaid dresses were ‘Penny’ from Dolly and Dotty. I loved the bright colours and fun polka dots, and thought they looked great with the style of wedding dress I’d picked. At £28 they were such a bargain, and so flattering – I think the girls loved wearing them! I paired them with a petticoat too so the skirts had a bit of extra oomph.”
This amazing colourful wedding inspiration shoot has to be one of our favourite features this year… just look at it! So bright, so colourful, so dramatic, so bold and so darn cool!
We love these incredible pictures by Matilda Delves Photography. They really capture the essence of fun that this shoot portrays. Who said weddings have to have pastel colour schemes? Who said weddings had to follow tradition?
Fern & Field are the creative geniuses behind this shoot. Their vision was to create drama with colour and they have totally achieved this!
The flowers, clothes, backdrops, tablescapes, stationery, cake (it has hundreds and thousands on it!) accessories, balloons, and the make-up (the make-up is just fabulous) – everything about this styling is fun, fun, fun!
These pictures make us happy and we hope they make you happy too!
Drama and Colour
“It felt like the right time to add more drama and colour to a bridal shoot, and I’m a big fan of Mario Testino’s more colourful and dramatic shoots.
We are absolutely delighted to be sharing with you the fabulous pictures of American actress Katie Leclerc’s wedding to film director Brian Habecost. We love everything about their Colony 29 wedding. The couple’s love of bikes, the dogs in tuxedos, beautiful outdoor ceremony, cool chill out lounge, popsicles, tablescapes to make you swoon, and the cactuses. Oh, and the colours; peach, blush, bronze and mustard – the bridesmaid rock these colours!
We hope you get a tonne of inspiration from this fabulous wedding, and the wonderful pictures by Gideon Photography…
When actress Katie Leclerc and casting director Brian Habecost met on a movie set they hit it off right away. But when shooting finished she went back to Texas and he stayed in Los Angeles.
A Proposal Straight Out of a Movie
They spoke every day until Katie moved back to California, when their romance blossomed. Then, about three-and-a-half years later, Brian proposed in a way that was straight out of a movie.
Katie woke up surrounded by streamers, flowers, lots of balloons and photos from their relationship.
“Brian had decorated the entire house,” Katie recalls. “And since we’d just moved in, there was no furniture, just these reminders of us. Flowers lined the hallway to the living room, where there was a huge banner that read, ‘Katie will you marry me?’ When I saw it, he got down on one knee.”
Fun and Festive Colony 29 Wedding
The wedding was just as fun and festive as the proposal. The couple and their 140 guests ventured down to Palm Springs, California, for a wedding at Colony 29.
Their love of having a blast, being outdoors, riding their bikes, and playing games like Cards Against Humanity were all included in the celebration.