We get so excited with how inspired you are when you plan your weddings, and this is one of those days when we’re just brimming with excitement. Have a look at this gorgeous real wedding in Lancashire… in fact, it wasn’t so much a wedding as a Wedfest!
Think countryside, combined with a festival atmosphere, traditional yet with so many modern touches. Natural flowers, lace dresses, British summer (without the rain) and bunting, plenty of bunting!
The bride wore an off-the-shoulder dress with a beautiful silver-grey belt and the groom looked extremely handsome in a traditional morning suit with a red cravat. The bridesmaids wore cute short illusion dresses with 1960’s inspired embossed lace on the top, which added a real countryside feel to the wedding look, reinforced by their pretty bouquets.
The religious ceremony took place in a beautiful church that looked just like a fairy tale castle, where the white benches were decorated with very minimalist floral arrangements. Touches of red could be seen throughout the decor. Even the bridesmaids had red flowers in their bouquets, continuing this magnificent colour scheme.
After their charming ceremony, the couple were able to enjoy a private photo session, where we got to see more of their colourful festival theme. In lush green fields with white tents as a backdrop and with perfect vibrant tones, the beautiful couple made the most of this private time together to enjoy this stunning setting. These tents would later become accommodation for their guests “glamping” overnight. Don’t you love it?!
The red colour scheme carried through into the reception, even though it had more of a vintage and bohemian feel. The decor with suitcases, lights, bunting and small bunches of dried flowers became an excellent focal point without forgetting their delicious cheese tower and wedding cake with red bunting and flowers.
Do you like the look of this colourful wedfest? Let us know on Twitter @Zankyou_UKPhoto Credits: Spencer Photography / Rental: Cariad Canvas / Flowers & Decor: Flowerbank /Catering: The Borough / Pre ceremony venue: The Castle Inn