A Guide To Summer Wedding Trends
If you are dreaming of a summer wedding, a quintessentially English country garden might be the perfect backdrop. Here are some of our favourite ways to bring that garden to life and make the most of the summer.
Overgrown Flower Displays
The overgrown flower trend is in full bloom this year and we are just loving the enchanted garden vibes.
Romantic, feminine and utterly gorgeous, we will never tire of flower crowns. They really do capture the spirit of a summer garden wedding.
Whichever way you serve it, whether it’s by the jug, by the glass or as a refreshing ice lolly, there really could be nothing more quintessentially English than serving Pimms at your wedding.
Keep your guests entertained while you’re taking photos by laying out garden games for them to play during the drinks reception. This is particularly good if children are included on your wedding day.
Summer’s golden hour is well worth waiting for to capture those wedding portraits you will treasure forever.
White and Green
Summer weddings often burst with colour but there is something so classically beautiful about a simple green and white palette.
Being outside doesn’t mean you can’t be comfortable. Create seating areas for guests and don’t be afraid to add your wedding style to the outside just as much as you would to the inside.
A great way to keep guests entertained whilst your photographs are being taken, we love the rising popularity of having a Cocktail Hour. Buy from local distilleries, vineyards and cider mills, create a bespoke cocktail list that says something about you and get creative with your props to bring your cocktail bar to life.
What could feel more summery than an outdoor ceremony? Under a canopy or completely open air, getting married outside is just so romantic. For more outdoor wedding inspiration, click here.
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