There were so many beautiful photos from Prema and Andy’s wedding earlier this week, I had to keep a few to share as a special feature all of their own!
If you’re thinking about a very English wedding theme and need ideas to help you get the look, this will help! All photos are by Victoria Phipps Photography.
The wedding cake looks beautiful - rather than piling flowers or decorations onto the cake, choose a simple design and surround it with bouquets at your venue. A simple topper of fresh pink roses and peonies will finish it beautifully. Photo credit: Victoria Phipps
This inspiration board was put together by Victoria Phipps. All details are from Prema and Andy's wedding day.
Choose roses in various shades of pink and cream for an effect that isn’t contrived and looks really natural.
Use scrapbooking papers in various shades to create your table name cards in a country-chic style.
Find details like rose-decorated signs, wedding post boxes and gingham to further decorate your day to create a relaxed English wedding day theme.
The wedding table plan is bright and breezy in summery pinks with pale blue and green highlights. Don't be scared to use different accent colours on your wedding table plan, as Prema has done here. The layers behind each printed table are scrapbooking papers - they have a really good range in Hobbycraft. Photo credit: Victoria Phipps
Everything in this wedding follows the pretty, traditional English theme. The order of service is on pale cream paper and this photo with the roses really creates a lovely memory of Prema and Andy's wedding. Photo credit: Victoria Phipps
Decorating wooden church pews with sprays of baby pink flowers really looks beautiful. I love the foliage and the tiny little white flowers which add a countryside feel to the display. Photo credit: Victoria Phipps
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