Our fav non-religious wedding readings

Friday, July 31, 2020

Photo: Brook Rose Photography

Once you've decided on the type of ceremony you're having, it's time to start thinking about wedding readings. Some people think readings are just for church weddings, but that is a myth! We've rounded up our top 10 favourite non-religious wedding readings for your ceremony. These can be read by any of your guests, it doesn't have to be the registrar or someone in your bridal party. Most people choose to have 1-2 readings, but we recommend discussing this with whoever is taking your ceremony. 

1. Everything is Illuminated by Jonathan Safran Foer

I love you also means I love you more than anyone loves you,
or has loved you, or will love you,
and also, I love you in a way that no one loves you,
or has loved you, or will love you, and also,
I love you in a way that I love no one else,
and never have loved anyone else,
and never will love anyone else.

2. A Lovely Love Story by Edward Monkton

The fierce Dinosaur was trapped inside his cage of ice. Although it was
cold he was happy in there. It was, after all, his cage.
Then along came the Lovely Other Dinosaur.
The Lovely Other Dinosaur melted the Dinosaur’s cage with kind words
and loving thoughts.
I like this Dinosaur thought the Lovely Other Dinosaur.
Although he is fierce he is also tender and he is funny.
He is also quite clever though I will not tell him this for now.
I like this Lovely Other Dinosaur, thought the Dinosaur. She is beautiful
and she is different and she smells so nice.
She is also a free spirit which is a quality I much admire in a dinosaur.
But he can be so distant and so peculiar at times, thought the Lovely
Other Dinosaur.
He is also overly fond of things.
Are all Dinosaurs so overly fond of things?
But her mind skips from here to there so quickly thought the Dinosaur.
She is also uncommonly keen on shopping.
Are all Lovely Other Dinosaurs so uncommonly keen on shopping?
I will forgive his peculiarity and his concern for things, thought the Lovely
Other Dinosaur. For they are part of what makes him a richly
charactered individual.
I will forgive her skipping mind and her fondness for shopping, thought
the Dinosaur. For she fills our life with beautiful thoughts and wonderful
surprises. Besides, I am not unkeen on shopping either.
Now the Dinosaur and the Lovely Other Dinosaur are old.
Look at them.
Together they stand on the hill telling each other stories and feeling the
warmth of the sun on their backs.
And that, my friends, is how it is with love.
Let us all be Dinosaurs and Lovely Other Dinosaurs together.
For the sun is warm.
And the world is a beautiful place.

3. 'Carrie's Poem' from Sex and the City

His hello was the end of her endings
Her laugh was their first step down the aisle
His hand would be hers to hold forever
His forever was as simple as her smile
He said she was what was missing
She said instantly she knew
She was a question to be answered
And his answer was "I do"

4. "The Art of Marriage" by Wilferd A. Peterson
The little things are the big things. It is never being too old to hold hands.
It is remembering to say "I love you" at least once a day.

It is never going to sleep angry.
It is at no time taking the other for granted;
the courtship should not end with the honeymoon,
it should continue through all the years.

It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating
gratitude in thoughtful ways.
It is not expecting the husband to wear a halo or the wife to have wings of an angel.
It is not looking for perfection in each other.

It is cultivating flexibility, patience, understanding and a sense of humor.
It is having the capacity to forgive and forget.
It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow.

It is finding room for the things of the spirit.
It is a common search for the good and the beautiful. It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal, dependence is mutual and the obligation is reciprocal.
It is not only marrying the right partner, it is being the right partner.

5. Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres

Love is a temporary madness,
it erupts like volcanoes and then subsides.
And when it subsides you have to make a decision.
You have to work out whether your roots have so entwined together
that it is inconceivable that you should ever part.
Because this is what love is.
Love is not breathlessness,
it is not excitement,
it is not the promulgation of eternal passion.
That is just being “in love” which any fool can do.
Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away,
and this is both an art and a fortunate accident.
Those that truly love, have roots that grow towards each other underground,
and when all the pretty blossom have fallen from their branches,
they find that they are one tree and not two.

6. "A Marriage" - Mark Twain

A marriage...makes of two fractional lives a whole;
it gives to two purposeless lives a work, and doubles the strength of each to
perform it;
it gives two questioning natures a reason for living, and something to live for;
it will give a new gladness to the sunshine, a new fragrance to the flowers, a
new beauty to the earth, and a new mystery to life.

7. 'Wild Awake' by Hilary T Smith

“People are like cities: We all have alleys and gardens and secret
rooftops and places where daisies sprout between the sidewalk cracks,
but most of the time all we let each other see is a postcard glimpse of a
skyline or a polished square. Love lets you find those hidden places in
another person, even the ones they didn’t know were there, even the
ones they wouldn’t have thought to call beautiful themselves."

8. Apache Wedding Prayer
“Now you will feel no rain,
For each of you will be shelter to the other.
Now you will feel no cold,
For each of you will be warmth to the other.
Now there is no more loneliness,
For each of you will be companion to the other.
Now you are two bodies,
But there is one life before you.
Go now to your dwelling place,
To enter into the days of your togetherness.
And may your days be good and long upon the earth.”

9. You are the bubbles - Rachel Bright

“Together, you are
the bubbles in one another’s champagne,
the morning sun through the window,
the breaking of a smile.
Together, you are
the one doughnut in the bag with more jam than any of the others,
that photo where everyone looks great,
the know-it-all-sing-out-of-tune-at-the-top-of-your-voice
chorus of a favourite song.
Together you are
the beginnings of a big idea,
the twinkly bits that hang in the sky after the firework goes bang,
the cold thin air at the top of a mountain,
the only two people in a crowded room.
Together you are
that unforgettable day of a holiday,
an accidental adventure, a chocolate chip,
pages ninety-eight to ninety-nine of a well-thumbed Mills & Boon,
a bbq with friends, the spray of the sea,
 the nose of the cheese,
a hug, a kiss, a hold-my-hand,
a decision which, looking back, will seem to be
the most excellent you ever made.
Together you are
bubbles,
the unburstable bubbles of the very best things in life,
the only things any of us ever need.”

10.  "Love's Philosophy" by Percy Bysshe Shelley
The fountains mingle with the river,
And the rivers with the ocean;
The winds of heaven mix forever
With a sweet emotion;
Nothing in the world is single:
All things by a law divine
In another's being mingle—
Why not I with thine?

See, the mountains kiss high heaven,
And the waves clasp one another;
No sister flower could be forgiven
If it disdained its brother;
And the sunlight clasps the earth,
And the moonbeams kiss the sea;
What are all these kissings worth,
If thou kiss not me?

And for the Disney fans, we've included 3 sweet bonus readings...

Nightmare Before Christmas

My dearest friend, if you don't mind
I'd like to join you by your side
Where we can gaze into the stars
And sit together, now and forever
For it is plain as anyone can see
We're simply meant to be.

Pocahontas

If I never knew you
If I never felt this love
I would have no inkling of
How precious life can be
And if I never held you
I would never have a clue
How at last I'd find in you
The missing part of me
If I never knew you
I'd be safe but half as real
Never knowing I could feel
A love so strong and true
I'm so grateful to you
I'd have lived my whole life through
Lost forever
If I never knew you.

What’s Mickey without Minnie?

What’s Mickey without Minnie?
What’s Tigger without Pooh?
What’s Donald without Daisy?
What’s me without you?
And when Elmo isn’t ticklish,
And Pooh gear hates honey.
When Tigger stops bouncing,
And Goofy isn’t funny.
When Peter Pan can’t fly,
And Simba never roars,
When Alice in Wonderland
Can’t fit through small doors.
When Dumbo’s ears are small,
And happily ever after isn’t true,
That’s when I’ll stop loving you.

Are you having any wedding readings? Leave a comment with your reading below if you are, we'd love to know!

From Brides, With Love xo

Charlotte + Carl's spring cotton themed DIY wedding at The West Mill, Derbyshire

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Mr + Mrs Turner
Sunday 1st March 2020 │ The West Mill, Derbyshire │ Instagram: @signedbycharlotte
Charlotte and Carl wed on their 8 year anniversary and had a cotton themed wedding, inspired by their venue - a gorgeous old cotton mill. The bride was a DIY queen, from handpainted signage, a cotton reel table plan to a gorgeous macrame backdrop for the top table and their cake of cheese. After creating so much for her own wedding, Charlotte launched her own business: Signed by Charlotte

Engagement Shoot: Future Mr + Mrs Walls

Sunday, July 26, 2020

Cat + Nathan
30.07.2019 | Yorkshire Lavender Field | Belle and Beau Photography 
Mr and Mrs Walls are getting married at Carlton Towers on 22nd May 2021, they sadly had to postpone their original date of 30th May 2020 - you might recognise them from Lockdown Love: Part 2. Bride to be Cat shares their stunning fairytale engagement shoot with us...
Why did you decide to have a pre-wedding shoot? 
We wanted some nice engagement pictures of us and it was a great opportunity to meet our photographer for the first and get to know her and practice some poses! It’s quite common in Asian weddings now to have a pre-wedding shoot and to display the photos taken at the wedding for guests to see. They usually dress up in wedding dresses but we decided to not go that far!
How did you meet and how long have you been together? 
We met on Bumble in March 2018, so we’d only been together a few months before we moved in, relocating from London to Leeds and we got engaged 9 months later.

The Dispensary Bar: Cocktail Recipes + Wedding Tipples

Saturday, July 25, 2020

Supplier Takeover: The Dispensary Bar
 Est. 2017 │ Glasgow

We caught up with Greig from the super cool hot air balloon bar; The Dispensary Bar to chat all things cocktails. Greig tells us about some popular wedding trends on the rise and has put together 3 cocktails perfect for signature Bride and Groom cocktails AND has included their recipes so you can try them yourself!

Wedding Dresses on a budget

Friday, July 24, 2020

There are so many options out there for all different budgets when it comes to wedding dress shopping, you don't have to spend hundreds or thousands to find a stunning gown. You can also find some beautiful gowns in stores that you tend to shop in for your day to day wardrobe, who would've guessed it!? 

So many high street brands have decided to get involved with all things wedding, especially now that we are seeing so many different styles of wedding out there, steering away from the traditional expectations, and brides opting for a more alternative and modern look. We have taken to the web to find a few different options to share with you, all for £500 and under. We hope you love them as much as we do! Almost tempted to order some for an at home fashion shoot...

Price Range: £75 - £450
Size Range: UK 6 - UK 30
A few of our favourites...
Watch some ASOS wedding dress try on hauls at the end of this post!

Chi Chi London: Available here
Price Range: £85 - £300
Size Range: UK 6 - UK 26
A few of our favourites...

Little Mistress: Available here
Price Range: £30 - £450
Size range: UK 6 - UK 28
A few of our favourites...

Price Range: £250 - £500
Size Range: UK 6 - UK 24
A few of our favourites...

Price Range: £225 - £495
Size Range: UK 8 - UK 16
A few of our favourites...

Price Range: £40 - £150
Size Range: UK 4 - UK 22
A few of our favourites...

Phase Eight: Available here
Price Range: £200 - £500
Size Range: UK 6 - UK 18
A few of our favourites...

Needle and thread - Available Here
Price Range: £75 - £560
Size Range: UK 4 - UK 18
A few of our favourites...







Jess and Freddie's gorgeous country wedding at Duncton Mill, West Sussex

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Mr + Mrs Webber-Parr
Saturday 27th July 2019 │ Duncton Mill, West Sussex
Lifestyle blogger Jess @thestayoverlife and now husband Freddie had a gorgeous country wedding in West Sussex. Their day was filled with rustic DIY decor, a wonderful flower arch made by the bride's sister-in-law and vintage candles collected from charity shops. With their hearts set on marrying outdoors at Duncton Mill, the couple held their legal wedding ceremony in Edinburgh (see the photos at the end of this post). If you haven't already seen Jess' Wedding YouTube series - check it out here.

Naomi + Jack's elegant religious wedding at the Old Down Estate, Bristol

Monday, July 20, 2020

Mr + Mrs Cave-Browne-Cave 
Sunday 30th June 2019 │ Old Down Estate, Bristol
Instagram: @naomicbc + @jack.cbc
Two weeks after their elopement (and with a honeymoon inbetween!), Naomi and Jack held their gorgeous religious wedding at Old Down Estate. Last week we shared their Cornwall elopement, you can read all about it here. Get ready for some more beautiful shots...

Tiffany's Bridal Edit: I said YES to the dress (again!)

Sunday, July 19, 2020


After 23 Dresses were tried on, 1 dress was already bought, and a tad too much of the budget was spent; I finally said yes to THE dress on the 18th August 2019. You may be thinking '1 dress already bought!?', well let me explain...

My Wed2B Experience
I originally said yes to the dress back in April 2018. At that point I had been engaged for 6 months, we had over 2 years to go until the big day, and I had absolutely no intention of buying a dress any time soon. However, we had a trip to Brighton planned with my fiances family, and knew they had a Wed2Be store there, so I thought maybe I should just go and try some dresses on to get an idea of which styles I liked. BAD IDEA! (Let me start by saying that personally I didn't have a great experience with Wed2Be, I tried on 4 dresses, each in a different style, and felt very pressured towards saying yes and purchasing a dress, even though I was only able to try on very few). Of the dresses I tried on that day, there was just one I felt I looked good in, it was a big princess gown, which is completely not what I ever wanted and wasn't very me, but in that moment I felt very pretty! I ended up feeling very overwhelmed and buying the dress...

That very same day when we got home, I said to my fiance that I felt like I had made the wrong decision and he said to give it some time to think about it. For the next week or so, all I could think about was how much I didn't enjoy my dress shopping experience, and it was something I had previously been so excited for. I did't look at the dress again, I popped it in the loft and didn't turn back. I thought that maybe if I left it and came back to it that I would try it on, fall in love with it, and have 'the moment' and would be great.

Fast forward 18 months, I had a hair and make-up trial arranged. My friend and I thought it might be a good idea to get the dress out and try it on with my hair and make up done up, so I would truly feel like a bride! I had my hopes high, tried the dress on and... I cried! I didn't like the dress at all. I felt frumpy, and it really didn't suit me at all. At that point the decision was made, I needed a new wedding dress!

Wedding Dress Shopping - Round 2!
I booked in to 2 different bridal shops for my second dress shopping experience, as they were both highly recommended in my local area; Ava Louise Bridal and Brides of Southampton. 

I tried on so many beautiful dresses that day, and had SO MUCH FUN! I honestly had such a great experience this time round. My wedding dress was actually the first dress I tried on that day, followed by 18 more, but none of them made me smile as much as that first one. I actually didnt like the dress on the hanger, but the lady in the shop picked it out for me after I explained what I was looking for. I am so glad I tried it!

I get to go back in and collect my dress in November, and I cannot wait to slip back into my beautiful gown and have that amazing feeling all over again. 

Here are some of the dresses that didn't quite make the cut... this first one was my second favourite, and I very nearly said yes to dress, but just couldn't get that first one out of my mind. 


Who can guess what THE dress looks like? I was thinking of sharing a sneak peek, but you'll all just wait to wait until the big day. 460 days to go...

From Tiffany, with love xo

Harpist Sam MacAdam Shares Some Notes

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Supplier Takeover: Sam MacAdam Harp
Est. 2011 │ Location: Glasgow (available to travel)
We caught up with harpist Sam MacAdam to chat all things wedding music, including some of the most popular harp song requests, some advice for brides and grooms to be and the best thing about being part of a wedding ceremony. As well as a talented harpist, Sam is a member of Scottish Ceilidh band the Sleekit Beasties. Sam is based in Glasgow but travels to cover weddings across Scotland and Northern England.

What makes your service unique?
I love playing the harp for couples, and I love helping make the day exactly as people envision it. Everything about my service is completely custom – from your magical bridal entrance, to the atmosphere of the drinks reception. I try to match the tone of the day with song choices from my extensive repertoire and love learning new requests for the ceremony itself.
I studied both traditional Scottish clarsach and classical pedal harp at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where I achieved a first class Honours degree in music performance. This, along with 8 years of performing in a pop/ceilidh band means that my musical interests are wide and varied and I can help realise your vision for the day.

How did you get into the wedding industry?
Playing the harp, you quickly find that your friends and loved ones request you to play at their weddings – which I absolutely love! That was how I found myself playing at my first wedding, and from then on I was hooked.
I’m doing the same thing to my friend – she’s playing at my wedding (which was meant to be just  7 weeks away and now is in another 111 weeks…) and it’ll be extra special having her play me down the aisle.

Favourite part of your job?
I really love learning people’s new requests. From famous songs which I can make sound exactly like the track (but…harpy) to obscure B sides which I have to painstakingly transcribe from half forgotten youtube recordings. It sounds silly, but there’s nothing better than having the couple come up to me afterwards and tell me ‘You got that spot on! That’s even better than I dreamed of’.
I also really love the process pre-wedding, I feel like I get a sneak peek into the day itself. You see the groom and groomsmen excitedly/nervously check everything’s in place, hear their run throughs with their celebrant/humanist/minister, see incredibly proud parents take pictures of the ceremony room before everything starts. I feel so incredibly honoured to be invited in for couples’ intimate moments – and it’s hard not to feel so incredibly full of love after a day at a wedding.

Choosing the aisle music...
This piece of music really sets the tone for the whole wedding. Is it formal, upbeat, lighthearted, modern?

It needs to be something that you feel confident walking down to, that makes you feel like a million dollars, and also something quite slow and calming so that you can take your time on your entrance. As long as the speed is spot on (and I often chat with brides before hand to discuss the final speed as sometimes a fast song can be slowed down to make it easier to walk to) then it can be absolutely anything.

All genres work well, so here's a selection of five of my favourite songs to play (and some of the most popular choices) spanning Classical, Traditional Scottish, Pop, and Disney.
  1. Pachabel's Canon
  2. Now I See The Light
  3. Highland Cathedral
  4. Here Comes The Sun
  5. Perfect
  6. And a cheeky sixth choice of 'Will ye Go, Lassie, Go?' which is what I chose for my August wedding (although I might change my mind by the rescheduled date!)
Are there any harp music trends we should look out for?
In terms of music, there’s definitely songs that cycle in and out of fashion. Lately there’s been a resurgence of ‘traditional’ wedding songs – Highland Cathedral, Pachabel’s Canon, the Mendelssohn wedding march. Last year the trend was for pop and Disney covers on the harp, and the tone of weddings this year seemed slightly more formal. Who knows what it will be like when we start up again!

Best piece of advice for couples currently planning their wedding...
If your wedding has been postponed it’s so hard sometimes to just keep the excitement going. It’s OK to take a break. It’s OK to put the planning to the side. If you haven’t managed to keep all your original suppliers for your rescheduled date then that will be OK. It’s a really tough time right now for everyone, don’t beat yourself up with wedding stress on top of it – there’ll be time for that later.
Everything on the day will be beautiful – you’ll have your friends and family and your new husband/wife and I think we’ll all be so excited and happy for weddings when they’re allowed to happen – and being with so many special people will be even more meaningful than before. 

Prices start from £250 - Sam's pricing is about to undergo a restructuring but any bookings made before October 2020 will honour the current prices.

From Brides, With Love xo

Tired of Tacky? Stylish Apparel for Brides to Be

Friday, July 17, 2020

Say goodbye to tacky t-shirts and hello to chic sweaters - we've rounded up some of our fav UK clothing brands for brides to be. From subtle everyday clothes for your bridal appointments and honeymoon loungewear to something for our alternative gals. We've also got a few cheeky discount codes in there too!
Sweatshirt: Six Stories Bridal

Six Stories Bridal sixstories.co.uk │ T-Shirts £22 Hoodies + Sweatshirts £28 │ 
We love this brand for lovely owner Lucy who gave away 5,000 t-shirts to postponed brides! Check out their Instagram @sixstoriesbridal for the latest offers and the most amazing wedding giveaways.
Lauren wearing her 'Bridey' tee. Unfortunately Tiffany missed out on the free t-shirt offer for postponed brides but she loved it so much that she bought it anyway! We can also confirm the sweatshirts (pictured at the top of the page) are sooo cosy and comfy.

Bride and Beach  brideandbeach.com │ T-shirts £22 Hoodies £29.99
A brand dedicated to Honeymoon apparel, because you're definitely still a bride on honeymoon. They also have cute accessories like tote bags and sun hats.
Get 25% off everything with code: FROMBRIDESWITHLOVE25

No Ugly Crying Available on Etsy│ T-shirts £20 
This business started with hand-embroidered wedding handkerchiefs (which we love, btw) and now we love the Mr and Mrs t-shirts, you can even add an initial for a personal touch.
Get 20% of No Ugly Crying UK tees with code FROMBRIDESWITHLOVE

The Aisle │ www.theaisle.online/shop/tees│ T-shirts £19.95 
The Aisle Ilkley is a gorgeous wedding dress boutique so we knew when the girls launched t-shirts they would be super stylish!
Get 10% off with code FROMBRIDESWITHLOVE

PEARLS AND ROSIES  pearlsandrosies.com │ T-Shirts £12 │ Sweatshirts £22
Owner Kelly started this business to cheer up other brides when she sadly had to postpone her own wedding due to Covid-19. You can have pretty much anything embroidered on pretty much any item of clothing! We also love her new Disney and Friends bridal collections. 
Get 10% off everything with code: FROMBRIDES

I Like Pens Studio │ Available on Etsy │ T-shirts £22
Another lovely small business we can't get enough of. We love all of their stationery and we loved their tees so much that editor Tiffany bought one!
Get 10% off with code FROMBRIDESWITHLOVE10
modeled by Tiffany

Amyverse │ theamyverse.teemill.com │ T-shirts £19 
Our fav calligrapher Amy now has a collection of bridal t-shirts and they're sustainably sourced. You can also get a custom wedding tote bag on her Etsy shop (don't forget to use code FROMBRIDESWITHLOVE for 15% off!).

Team Hen  teamhen.co.uk │ T-shirt £11.95 + £1 personalised
There's t-shirts and sweatshirts for every member of your squad, and you can add a name on the back. Check out their new launch, a Stag range, for the boys.

Stationery by George  teamhen.co.uk │ T-shirt £14.99
We love these super cute personalised tees, there's even a 'team bride' one too for your gals.

Whoopsie Daisie │ hwww.whoopsiedaisieltd.com │ T-shirts £20 Sweatshirts £30
We love how different these t-shirts are. Would it be wrong to opt for a Safari honeymoon just so we could match? The rose gold Bride to be sweatshirt is gorgeous too.

Rock n Roll Bride │ rocknrollbride.teemill.com │ T-shirts £20
Something for the "anti bride" who is looking for something a little bit more alternative. We want every issue of the magazine and now we want every t-shirt...

Un-wedding │ www.un-wedding.com │ T-shirt £14
Another one for the brides who are bored of traditional, if  t-shirts are too much for you then the little pin is adorable, and "maid in heaven" is perfect for your gals too.

Say It With Thread │ @sayitwiththread│ T-shirt £30  │ Jumper £40 
Handmade and fully customisable with anything you want. Imagine wearing the matching "you're my person" sweats on honeymoon, too cute.

Designs4u Shop │ Available on Etsy │Available in stone, white, black, grey, pink + blue │ £12.95
The perfect jumper for nights of wedmin; simple and affordable.

Nasty Gal
Wife of the party is our new favourite phrase.

From Brides, With Love xo

Naomi + Jack Elopement's stunning wedding elopement at The Green, Cornwall

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Mr + Mrs Cave-Browne-Cave 
Monday 10th June 2019 │ The Green, Cornwall
Instagram: @naomicbc+ @jack.cbc
Naomi and Jack celebrated their marriage with two weddings; a stunning Cornwall elopement and a big religious wedding at a country estate in Bristol. Their legal ceremony took place with just the two of them, and they exchanged matching rose gold wedding bands. We are obsessed with their wedding photos, from the most stunning natural surroundings, to smoke bombs, to Naomi's beautiful DIY boho bouquet and flower crown. Their beautiful weddings will feature in two parts on the blog, here's Part 1: The Elopement. Look out for Part 2: The Religious Wedding, next week.

Lockdown Love Part 2: Brides Celebrating their Would Be Wedding Day

Sunday, July 12, 2020

After the amazing response to our Lockdown Love post showing how couples celebrated their would be wedding days, you asked us to make this a series and we couldn't be more delighted to bring you Part 2. We love how creative these couples have been to make the absolute best of a bad situation! This installment brings you 2020 brides from April, May and June. All would be wedding celebrations featured adhere to social distancing and the rules at the time (bear in mind restrictions have gradually relaxed a lot over the last 3 months) - we do not condone anyone not adhering to this. Now, let's show off these wonderful brides and grooms to be!

Steph + Toby
@stephiwoodman 
Original Date: 18.06.2020 │ New Date: 28.06.2021
Steph and Toby have had to postpone their wedding at High House Weddings in Althorne, Chelmsford, until June 2021.
"Our photographer did a doorstep photoshoot for us... it was so much fun. A great way to celebrate the day and not just let it pass, plus got us used to being behind the lens. Definitely recommend for all brides having to celebrate their should be dates at home!"
"Our photographer @lottie_photography is amazing - she did our shoot for free just so that the day didn’t pass without being marked!" How lovely! On the plus side, their gorgeous doggies Bexi and Rudi got to feature in their 'wedding photos'!

Stephanie + Francis
@stephrankinx
Original Date: 29.05.20 │ New Date: 25.04.21
Mr + Mrs McDonald to be celebrated at home in lockdown. Bride Stephanie says, "we got dressed up, ate good food, popped our champagne and had our first dance". We can't wait to see your real wedding next year at The Gleddoch Hotel! 
Food Hamper: @pinot2u | Styling + Balloons: @picture.perfect.events.x