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Suki and Patrick’s wedding is a blast of colour to brighten all of our days: their fabulous sunflowers, vibrant pink and purple hydrangeas and exciting summer florals are so perfect! They take me right back to those long summer days and warm evenings where the sunset lasts forever…

sunflower wedding style at Heaton House Farm on the English Wedding Blog Images by Chelsea Shoesmith (7)

Images are by North West wedding photographer Chelsea Shoesmith, who told us a little about today’s gorgeous wedding:

The day was fabulous from start to finish. Patrick and Suki booked me via email as they live in Vietnam and so it wasn’t until they arrived in England that I got to meet them and hear about all of their great plans. The venue was dripping in beautiful floral arrangements by Verdure. They did a fantastic job and I love how vibrant everywhere looked. Every guest was wowed!

sunflower wedding style at Heaton House Farm on the English Wedding Blog Images by Chelsea Shoesmith (17)

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I love letters. Writing has always been my life: from a secret love of spelling tests to language studies and then calligraphy… so I absolutely adore the striking look of light up letters. I have something very special for you (ok, for me!! but I know you’ll love it too!) this Friday morning 🙂

Light up letters wedding inspiration with Words to Glow and McAvoy Photography (6)

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Coordinated by the super organised and undeniably talented McAvoy Wedding Photography and featuring a fantastic weekday collaboration of local wedding supplier talent, today’s fabulously decadent photo shoot was an event that Words To Glow were only too delighted to contribute to. Featuring a beautiful seaside location, a wonderfully decadent hotel and oodles of sophistication to boot, what was not to love about this little beauty!

Light up letters wedding inspiration with Words to Glow and McAvoy Photography (7)

On the day of the shoot itself, the sun shone brightly and the dream team were lucky enough to be able to shoot in various locations, both inside and outside the Midland Hotel. Situated right on the curve of Morecambe’s seafront, the hotel was built in 1933 and as such maintains a distinct Art Deco feel to its interior and thus provided the initial inspiration behind the day’s shoot.