Over on the blog today, we’re super excited to share the magical & rustic, sunflower wedding of Harriet & Rhys. This real wedding was full of fun and surprises including dodgem cars, alpacas, ice cream vans and lots lots more. All captured by the awesome Laura from Freeformimages Photography. Truly a perfect wedding day! Lets dive on in!
Top tips to achieve this sunflower wedding look
Bring on the wedding alpacas - They're so CUTE!
Time for Ice Cream
More Fun on the Dodgems
Embrace colour like this sunflower wedding (and the odd smokebomb!)
The team behind this magical & Rustic, sunflower wedding
Hair – Runway
Make Up – Olivia Day
Music – Yazzy
Etsy (flowers and flower wall as Harriet made these herself)
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