Tag: English Wedding

The English, Downton Abbey Elopement of Esther & Carlos…

Elopement to England…

You may recognise this beauty… the gorgeous Esther!

Esther & Carlos’ wedding appeared in our new Autumn/Winter Magazine (if you haven’t seen it yet you can see it here,) and I wanted to share it on the blog too because I love it so much!

It’s one of my favourites… I don’t know whether its because of the gorgeous pink 50’s dress, the chic styling details or simply they fact they wanted an intimate wedding so they decided to eloped from LA over to England and got married in a castle!

Captured by our very own Mr & Mrs Unique supplier Rebecca Douglas Photography

Rebecca Douglas…

American couple hold a British Wedding with a Downton Abbey theme. an elopement captured by Rebecca Douglas Photography for Mr & Mrs Unique

Why you love this wedding…

I adored that Esther and Carlos focused on what was important to them and followed their dreams of travelling from LA to marry in a castle in the UK with their closest friends.

What were the couple’s requirements…

Esther and Carlos were eloping and they wanted me to capture a little bit of their getting ready, their ceremony and the drinks reception they shared with their friends in the beautiful castle grounds.

American couple hold a British Wedding with a Downton Abbey theme. an elopement captured by Rebecca Douglas Photography for Mr & Mrs Unique

Favourite details of the day…

Esther’s bespoke pink 50s dress was just the dream and it was so perfect for her.

Favourite moment of the day…

Being part of such an intimate celebration and getting to laugh

A Woodland Festival Style Wedding

Photos by Brighton Photo

Mr & Mrs Fairhurst

Using two of our amazing suppliers, Brighton Photo and Doily Days; Tina and Paul were able to create and capture their fantastic woodland festival style wedding called Juhurstbury- I am so happy to share it with you today!

Tina & Paul didn’t want a run of the mill wedding day, they decided they wanted a truly memorable day that represented them as individuals. After searching through many venues they found the perfect spot at Wise Wedding Venue in Tonbridge, a gorgeous spot that included two tree houses, a pond and a marquee.

A festival chic dress code was requested for the day and the ceremony was set in the woods complete with lampshades hanging from trees, rugs, dressing tables and flowers. The marquee was a blank canvas and with the skills of the Doily Days team it was brought to life and included a 1970’s living room set, which was a focal point for relaxing, eating and playing games!

I love all the details from the day including the flowers in glass jars, the pom pom’s hanging from the tree and the gentleman’s buttonholes! But I think my favourite is the retro lounge for people to chill out in and play a few games in the evening!

Here Brighton Photo captures their day- tons of laughter, …