What do you get when you combine a restored Georgian chapel with fun, rainbow colours and awesome wedding styling? Look no further! This colorful alternative wedding is a stunner! This shoot was coordinated by The Italian Dream and captured by Steve Mulvey Photography. This badass team of wedding suppliers have truly smashed it – read on to get inspired!
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First of all, how FABULOUS do the bride and groom look?! Rocking alternative wedding wear and colourful accessories, they look like a total power couple! We love the colourful twists on traditional wedding wear, and how the styling complements them so well.
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Colourful & quirky wedding Styling
There’s no such thing as too many colours! This wedding styling looks vibrant, fun, and works super well with the edgy backdrop. The colours were built around electric blues, reds and pinks, adding other shades to compliment. Eclectic candle holders, vases and table wear pull the quirky look together.
Also, can we talk about how awesome this macaroon wedding cake is?! Yum!
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An Awesome Alternative Wedding Venue
This colourful alternative wedding shoot took place at Asylum Chapel in London. This quirky wedding venue was bombed in World War II, yet its beautiful stained glass windows miraculously remained intact! It has since been restored and it has such character and history. Your wedding venue can really create the vibe of your big day & there are so many creative options!
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The Dream Team behind this colourful alternative wedding
Venue: Asylum & Maverick Projects
Concept ,Planning & Styling: The Italian Dream
Photography: Steve Mulvey Photography
Videography: Aloha London Films
Bridal Dress: Quinlan Couture Bridal
Flowers: Grove Flora
Cake Artistry: Bespoke Bakes
Stationery: Alf and Alba
Balloons And Props: Evaly Events
Hairpieces: Honey V Tiaras
Jewellery: Bish Bosh Becca
Rings: London Victorian Ring Co
Newspaper: Photo Press
Macramè: Knot Again Jill
Collaborative Stylist: Angels And Gypsies
Crockery: Erika Albrecht Ceramics
Neon And Glassware: Wilderness Prop Hire
Candles: Lena Hills Fine Apothecary
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