Emily and Richard’s ‘Enchantment Under The Sea’ Fun Filled Islington Wedding by This and That Photography
Happy Monday everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend? What did you get...
If you are currently looking at wedding venues and you are wanting something a bit different, then why not consider a ski resort? Not convinced? Well today’s wedding may change your mind! Marissa and Adam wanted something unique and this they got with Mt. Hood Ski Bowl in Oregon. Out of ski season this venue becomes a gorgeous mountain venue with the most stunning backdrop, complete with ski lift and alpine slide. Coupled with the beautiful ‘Rustic Lush’ decor that Marissa and Adam put in place, with lots of greenery, lush white flowers and lots of rustic wood touches, this wedding really is a stunner. The day was captured by Bethany Small
Marissa and Adam were married on 15th September 2018 at Mt. Hood Ski Bowl – Government Camp, Oregon, United States. ‘We fell in love with the venue because it was so unique! Our guests arrived to the ceremony via chairlift and took the Alpine Slide down to the reception (which I went down in my wedding dress). We wanted to provide our guests with an experience. Also, the venue stays open until 2am. We had around 150 guests and it took 1 year and 6 months to plan.’
Happy Monday everyone and how are you all? After 2 weeks off for the Easter Holidays normal blogging schedule has now resumed. I am in the office all week and raring to go! What about you? How was your weekend? how are you coping with the Easter break if you are off with children? and how are those wedding plans coming along? I’d love to hear from you! Don’t forget to join or ever growing Facebook group and pop by for a chat.
Today I am delighted to be sharing with you the amazing wedding of Ruth and Ami, these two beautiful brides created a colourful, crazy, culture filled wedding as they celebrated their four favourite counties and everything that makes them great. Elements of Mexico, South Africa, China and India all went together to make this one of the most eclectic and colourful, fun-filled weddings I have seen. I just love the brides personal style and how they really did create a wedding true to them. The day was captured brilliantly by the awesome Andy Dane photography. I just know you are going to love it.
Ruth and Ami were married on 18th August 2018 at a Private horse paddock in Mettingham, Suffolk. ‘We really wanted to get married outside, so after our engagement Ami and I were discussing it at Ami’s work, when one of her work colleagues was like ‘you can do it at my place if you want’ and it all went from there. We legally got married in the morning at our local registry office then separated and got ready to do it all again in the horse paddock in front of all our friends and family. We had around 100 guest and it took between 1 year and 6 months to plan, at six month stage we started to do things.’
Happy Friday to you all, and how have you all been this week? It’s been the second week of the school holidays here in Sheffield, which is different to the rest of the country for some strange reason. I have been enjoying lots of Easter activities, with the added bonus that we still have the long bank holiday to come next weekend! How is your wedding planning coming along? Do you have many jobs planned for the weekend?
I am finishing off the week with this gorgeous wedding from the Lake District, which is filled with lots of handcrafted projects, mainly put together by Amber and her friends and family. The Peonies are my personal favourite, the burst of colour is gorgeous against the lovely backdrop of Askham Hall. The day is a true celebration of Amber and Youl’s love complete with gospel choir in the church and a big old party later on in the evening, all captured beautifully by Ally M photography
Amber and Youl were married on 21st June 2019 at St Peters Church, Askham then onto Askham Hall, Askham in the Lake District. ‘It was so relaxing there it felt like home. It still does. We wanted the best quality food we could find without feeling like we were imposing like you do in some formal places. Askham was a perfect balance between getting the two. It’s full of history, which I love, but it still carries the atmosphere of a family home. The staff are so friendly and genuine. Youl and I reserved the hotel for two nights so it was important that we be comfortable and our families welcomed. We had 80 guests, proposed in May 2017, married June 2018.’
Today I have the most stunning styled shoot to share with you that has been sent into me by Elena Popa Photography and her incredibly talented team of amazing wedding suppliers. Together they have created a complete wedding, from the ceremony, right through to the food and drink, entertainment and fully decorated marquee. The results are this beautifully put together shoot, teaming rustic elegance with a touch of Provence to bring you a truly stunning Festival Wedding. I just love the way they have decorated the tables, as well as the hanging decoration in the marquee. As for those Alpacas? Surely every wedding needs an Alpaca?!?
As the weather slowly warms up here in the UK, it’s time to start getting ready for summer holidays and trips abroad. Well today’s wedding will get you reaching for your passport and suitcase, as I’m jetting you off to Tulum in Mexico. It’s a real stunner of a wedding! Kim and Lev were looking for a beach venue where they could hold their Boho chic wedding, and this they found with Akiin Beach. A totally jaw dropping location, with long white beaches, set against the jungle backdrop. They filled their day with a dusty palette of pale blue, beige and cream, filled it with macrame, rustic wood, vintage suitcases, a coconut bar and so many beautiful flowers. The whole day looks amazing, as do Kim and Lev, all captured perfectly by Fun in The sun Weddings.
Kim and Lev were married on 8th December 2018 at Akiin Beach Tulum, Mexico. ‘We decided on Tulum because it really fitted the bohemian theme we were going for! It also has a perfect combination of sandy white beaches and lush jungle. We had 36 guests and it took 9 months to plan’