This couple went for a moorland-themed wedding that would fit rock-n-roll royalty. Let’s take a look at it!
Most of their house is charcoal grey and covered with an an obscene amount of plants, so coupled with the previous work of their florist, their moorland setting and their love of greenery this was the basis for their aesthetics. They filled glass jars and lanterns with pillar candles to make the rustic old cow shed venue feel warm and inviting, and hired an epic neon sign to compliment the incredible floral arch they got married in front of. They DIY’d elements of their day to make it ultra personal to them, too; Melissa decided to try and teach herself calligraphy and made the welcome board, table plans, menu and name places. Her dad created the old palette table plan, and friends gifted them the invitations and hair and make up for Melissa and her bridesmaids. The couple skipped the wedding cake as it was wasteful.
The bride was wearing an A-line wedding dress with a lace bodice and long sleeves, with a plain full skirt and look at that gorgeous crown – isn’t it amazing? The groom was wearing a grey suit, a moody floral shirt and a red tie. Get inspired by this bold wedding!