Groom carrying bride in corn field

A Vintage, Marquee Wedding by the River Thames

Groom carrying bride in corn field

Ooh we love an outdoor wedding ceremony, and when it’s by the river, well, we love it even more! We just love the styling details of Sarah and Rich’s gorgeous wedding, photographed by Tom Biddle. The marquee looks amazing, and the long, rustic tables look great with the blue Gingham table runners. There are some beautiful vintage touches, from the old bicycles to the milk churn floral arrangement.

If you are looking for inspiration for your wedding catering then check out the cake, pie, sweets and drink tables.

For us, one of the best touches from this wedding is the vintage caravan that was used as the photo booth to take the guests’ pictures!

So, what do you think? Cool or what…

“We wanted a vintage themed marquee wedding close to the River Thames, as this was where we got engaged two years prior.

“It was important to have all our close family and friends there in a relaxed and fun atmosphere, so with this in mind we created games and activities to keep our guests entertained throughout the day and night.

“We thoroughly enjoyed the day and would love to re-live it all over again!”

Canal boat on River Thames

Canal boat motor


Make-up on table

Wedding dress hanging on end of boat

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Bride and groom holding hands behind word KEEP written on road in London

An Informal Town Hall Wedding in London

Bride and groom holding hands behind word KEEP written on road in London

WOW, just look at the pictures of Rosie and Ben’s amazing London wedding. As the couple say, this wedding is full of food, booze and dancing, and these images show just what a fantastic day they had. The reception took place at their favourite steak restaurant, and we love the modern styling and little touches, such as the Polaroid picture name cards, giant light up letters and the speech betting slips.

We are sure that you are going to love every detail of this wedding, captured perfectly in these amazing pictures by Tom Biddle Design and Photography.

“We were both keen on keeping things as informal as possible and felt that our wedding day should be filled with our favourite things; incredible food, fantastic company, tonnes of booze and a lot of dancing. Whilst I’m originally from the West Country and Ben also spent time living there, London is our home, so it seemed right that we should have a city wedding.

Wedding rings on Glastonbury poster

Groom looking at phone

Groom looking out of window

Reflection of groom in clock

Groom and best man leaving house to go to wedding

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Groom standing with bride holding up a flare

A Homemade Wedding in a Capri Marquee

Groom standing with bride holding up a flare

When Tom Biddle sent us the incredible pictures of Amy and Adam’s wedding, we smiled inside; a wedding with home brew wine, beer and cider is an instant hit with us! An abundance of homemade elements create such a personal feel to this beautiful late summer’s wedding; the bunting, stationery, veil, buttonholes and home grown flowers. Amy’s Romantica of Devon wedding dress is simply stunning and we love the embellished jacket that again shows the personal touch that the couple wanted to create. Amazing!

“We wanted a very relaxed theme and we were really keen to make as much as we possibly could to give a personal touch to the day.

“We knew from the beginning that we wanted to get married in Combe, my childhood village, which made the process very easy. The village cricket field is quintessentially English and naturally beautiful, so was perfect for our day. We chose a Capri style marquee as we liked the quirky shape; it looked fabulous with the homemade bunting and brimming with home grown flowers.

“In keeping with the relaxed theme we had games at the reception followed by a wonderful barbecue with a wide range of meats and seafood. We didn’t have a traditional wedding cake, instead we asked our guests to bring a homemade cake or dessert; we were overwhelmed by the wonderful treats that arrived!

“During the evening we had a brilliant band named Super Live who came all the way from Bristol. They played a wide range on music and the lead singer had a rocky tone to his voice which we loved. Our first dance was ‘Anybody Else But You’ by The Moldy Peaches – not traditional, but we really liked the meaningful yet fun lyrics.

“My sister offered face painting to the younger quests, however, after a few drinks the adults wanted to be involved, resulting in some very funny photos. Towards the end of the night we had burritos to keep everyone going. Sadly, it all had to finish at midnight and the guests headed home on a bus that we provided.

“We had an amazing day that we will never forget, and it was captured perfectly by Tom Biddle Photography. Although all the memories were great, two stand out: walking into the packed marquee with everyone cheering the new Mr and Mrs, and secondly, dancing on the packed dance floor surrounded by all our friends and family, some with superhero faces!”

Country house

Mini for wedding

Wedding dress

Bridesmaid dresses

Birdcage veil

Blue wedding shoes

Wedding bouquets in vases

Wellies, wedding shoes, and trainers

Bride having hair done

Hair styling spraying hairspray


Bride with arms out

Bride holding bouquet

Bridesmaids walking to church

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