Anna and Mattia’s Natural and Rustic Wedding in the Tuscan Hills with Bold and Eclectic Touches by Duesudue
Today I am taking you off to Tuscany for the most beautiful wedding. A wedding...
Happy Wednesday everyone and how is your week going so far? I’ve already had one day off this week and another one on Friday, so I am having a lovey time enjoying the summer holidays! Today we are off to Leeds for this gorgeous Christmas wedding, classic and modern with a big old party to celebrate. Sarah and Matt didn’t want a run of the mill wedding, so they opted for Northern Monk Brewery which gave them the urban warehouse feel that they were looking for. They filled the day with seasonal flowers and subtle Christmas decor, along with a great selection of food and drinks, including tequila and cocktails and then continued to party into the night. Photography by Charli was there to capture the day beautifully for us.
Sarah and Matt were married on 29th December 2018 at Double Tree, Granary Wharf Reception Northern Monk Brewery, Leeds. ‘We didn’t want a traditional wedding – just wanted a relaxed space where we could do what we wanted. Although I’m originally from Leeds, we live in East London now and Northern Monk reminds us of the warehouse spaces down there. Also, Matt loves craft beer and who wouldn’t want a ‘piss up in a brewery’ as the location for their wedding! We had 100 guest and it took 6 months to plan.’
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There really is something for everyone at these amazing shows, whether you are going for a day out with your bridesmaids, Mother, Mother in Law or Partner to Be, The National Wedding Show will not disappoint and I guarantee you will come back filled with amazing ideas and a whole host of suppliers to add to your address book.
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Hello you lovely lot and do I have a smashing wedding to share with you today! In case you were wondering where summer has gone, I have a huge dose of sunshine to share with you today in the form of this desert wedding from Marrakech. Karin and Ruud chose an intimate wedding of 30 guests and decided that Morocco was the perfect place to hold it. With traditional Moroccan entertainment, and food, this desert wedding ceremony, followed by a feast under the stars is just picture perfect. The soft dusty colour palette, coupled with the laid back boho decor is just perfect. I just love the overall vibe, it’s super chilled and oh so romantic. Maria Rao was there to capture the day in all it’s glory.
Karin and Ruud were married on 25th May 2019 at Terre des Etoiles, Agafay desert, Marrakech. ‘Ruud proposed to Karin on the 16th of December, and the initial idea was to get married somewhere at the beach, with our bare feet in the sand. We already planned for a new years trip to Marrakesh, where we booked 2 nights at Terre des Etoiles. We were amazed by the magical atmosphere there and the idea to get married there can with us at the same time, when we looked at each other we knew that we both had the same idea. We had 30 guests (including 5 children) It took 5 months to plan. We hoped to get married on the 25th of May and as we are aware of that life can change every day and you can loose beloved ones we decided not to wait a year longer.’
Today I would like to introduce you to the stunning new collection by Tulip Bridal. Tulip Bridal are a Seattle based bridal company, who ship their creations across the world. They have a fantastic selection of not only bridal gowns but bolero jackets, veils and accessories. This new collection has been described by Sofie the designer as ‘Free spirited style’ using airy and comfortable fabrics, taking her main influence from boho-chic styles of the 70’s. There are some real beauties in this collection, I especially like Sofie’s attention to detail. The fabric she uses and the finishing is exquisite. My favourite aspects of these has to be the backless gowns, so many beautiful silhouettes and designs, it’s hard to pick a favourite! I do love the Boho feel to them, perfect for a laid back vibe and ‘free spirited day.’
Yay for Friday! I hope you have all had a good week? If you have children, how are your summer holidays going? are you surviving? It’s my day off with Dexter today, we are meeting up with some friends and trying to hide form the terrible weather! Tomorrow we are off to the cinema, and Sunday I am hoping the rain will hold off as we all go off for a day out in York. What about you? If you are getting married be sure to send me some pictures, I am loving seeing some of your gorgeous weddings in the Boho Brides and Grooms Facebook group. On with today’s wedding and we are off to Essex for the lovely wedding of Kristina and Adam. They held their ceremony and reception at the The Compasses at Pattiswick and filled it with beautiful flowers, hessian, and some cute rustic detailing. I just love Kristina’s bouuet and her customized leather jacket. Big thanks to Sally Rawlins for the lovely images.
Kristina and Adam were married on 24th May 2019 at The Compasses at Pattiswick in Essex. ‘The Compasses used to be a pub and it’s set in the countryside so it’s lovely and relaxed. Adam really wanted our venue to be big enough for our friends and family but not have too many rooms where guests get split up. The Compasses has an amazing bridal preparation room which was really important to me. We saw other venues but they didn’t have everything we wanted and they didn’t seem as relaxed as the one we chose. We also loved how friendly the staff were and they remained that way throughout. We had 80 day guests and 100 evening guests. It took about a year to plan, we took it easy and didn’t want to stress as we just bought a house and a dog (Smeagol the golden retriever).’