Are you wanting to add some outdoorsy touches to your big day? You’re in the right place! Today we’d like to share with you a gorgeous real wedding, sent in to us by Ragdoll Photography. This is a muddy one! Clara and Kyle embraced the outdoors and weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty with their outdoor, tipi wedding.
Tractor Wedding Transport
The couple got married in a tiny church in Devon. A tractor and a trailer then transported them and their welly-booted guests to a farm that belonged to Clara’s Grandad, where the guests ate (a picnic!) and celebrated in the tipi. Tipis are great ways to incorporate the outdoors into your wedding whilst creating an intimate feel, plus there’s so many great ways to decorate them!
Nostalgic Wedding Games
All the wedding guests were kept entertained with nostalgic games like sack racing, rounders and a tug of war! Bringing it back to basics creates a fun, relaxed atmosphere, and is a great way to bring guests together. These games aren’t expensive either and can often be made from everyday objects, so it’s easily achievable! What a lovely way to unite both sides of the family.
Quirky Personal Touches
This tipi wedding is full of lovely personal touches, like the embroidery on the inside of Kyle’s hat. The owl was a fab addition too! The couple even blew up their wedding cake with their very own cannon- how badass! We love Clara’s bright yellow wellies, and how she’s added a bold necklace to her bridal look.
Dancing In The Tipi!
The wedding day was finished off with dancing to a live band, and you can see by the grins on everyone’s faces that it was a great day. The way Clara and Kyle embraced the outdoors, instead of worrying about staying pristine, is fab unconventional wedding inspiration! We love the spirit of the day, and wish the happy couple all the best! Big thanks to Ragdoll Photography for sharing these fab photos.
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