It’s a gloriously sunny day today, and I’m spending the morning doing a little insta-photography for our friends at Lily Arkwright – but I couldn’t resist taking a break to share this fabulously colourful wedding styled shoot with you. The look is light, lush and dreamy (ooooohhhh that sunshine – those dresses!) and the tablescapes are to die for. Huge thanks to lovely Rebecca Wilkie for sharing this one with us. It all happened in beautiful Yorkshire, so I recommend any of you lovelies in the north of England take a minute to check out the list of brilliant suppliers below!

Coral and blue for a colour pop wedding style! Credit Tabitha Stark Photography via English Wedding Blog (17)

Tabitha Stark Photography

Spring is in the air with this epic Navy and Coral shoot with splashes of gold. We absolutely love that Pantone announce Classic Blue as their colour for 2020. Blue can be luxurious and ooze elegance and we are so excited to see how our couples will use it this year.


Tipi wedding ideas in Derbyshire, with Humpston and Bull Photography (20)

This exceptional styled shoot was put together by a group of extremely talented and inspirational East Midlands Wedding specialists. In collaboration with Honeysuckle & Castle, the main objective was to launch and represent the two different styles of outdoor wedding receptions on offer at the magnificent Hardwick Hall. Built by Bess of Hardwick, this historic National Trust Elizabethan Palace is a hidden gem of a wedding venue. It is elegantly set within luscious acres of extensive parkland and fine gardens that overlook the rolling beautiful Derbyshire countryside. The atmospheric Great Entrance Hall is licensed to hold civil ceremonies and partnerships, followed by a magical outdoor reception fit for a Queen in the exclusive East Court Garden and quaint Wine Glass Meadow.

Tipi wedding ideas in Derbyshire, with Humpston and Bull Photography (19)
Tipi wedding ideas in Derbyshire, with Humpston and Bull Photography (21)

Two equally stunning styles were featured in this shoot. To showcase the diversity of this awesome venue, one was created in a tipi and the other in a marquee, which we’ll feature on the English Wedding Blog in a couple of weeks! Both tents were nestled at the rear of the Hall and encapsulated what a happy couple could achieve on their wedding day.