What a year 2020 has been! Amongst the stress and tears of wedding postponements and cancellations, Micro Weddings have emerged. Smaller, more intimate weddings have always been around, but now (as the only way to get married during Covid 19 restrictions) they are a hot topic on social media and in the wedding press. Simply search #microwedding to see tonnes of inspiration and participating venues and suppliers.
AUTUMNAL WEDDING LOVE AT LONGTON WOODS
Isn’t this just idyllic! With the colour scheme of ‘autumn fire’ this autumnal woodland styled shoot was created by a super talented bunch of wedding suppliers. Concept and styling by the lovely Gwenda from Bohotanical and images captured by the fantastic Heline Bekker Photography.
Not just any barn wedding styled shoot…
When asked by the lovely Jen from Wedding Spark to supply vintage crockery, glassware and cutlery for a styled shoot at The Barn at Avington, she mentioned it was a Wes Anderson-inspired shoot but to be honest I thought that just meant boho style with Brogues. How wrong was I, this shoot was epic with so much attention to detail. There was a huge team of perfectly selected wedding suppliers who each took so much time to get their contribution spot on. From the attention to detail in the wedding stationary to the gingerbread house and that perfect flag, to name a few. Here are some of my favourite images from the day, captured by the talented Kirsty Mackenzie.
At the recent eco wedding fair in Canterbury, Kent, I joined forces with some likeminded wedding suppliers to create a wedding reception tablescape with an eco luxe style. I’m so pleased that lots of couples planning their weddings (and most of us in general) are starting to be a bit more conscious regarding the companies we offer our business to. We all have an impact on the environment and the world we live in and quite rightly we should be looking at wedding suppliers regarding their eco stance, just as much as we should the suppliers in our everyday lives.