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
If you are dreaming of a secluded beach wedding, then this real wedding from Nathan Walker Photography won’t fail to disappoint! And Cornwall certainly provides a stunning backdrop. Bridal preparations took place in a yurt before heading, via the cliff top, down to the secluded beach. The bride’s brother conducted
We LOVE these fairytale brewery wedding photos sent into us by featured tribe member Pudding And Plum Photography. They demonstrate the quirky combination of two passions… Fairytale fantasies and BEER! Taking place at The National Brewery Centre, and decorated with princess pastel pinks, this wedding was the best of both worlds!
This lovely zoo wedding is sure to bring a smile to your face today! Jennifer and Jason are teenage sweethearts and had their first date at the zoo, so it was the perfect place for them to say, ‘I do’. They combined their love of Harry Potter with the sentimental
A virtual committment ceremony Now how is this for a love in lockdown story. Tribe member Karen from Standout Ceremonies recently conducted a Zoom wedding ceremony (other video calling facilities are available!). The Coronavirus hit down in the UK just weeks before Beth and Jonty’s planned humanist wedding day. It’s just a
We LOVE the energy, love and colour captured in this Fusion Wedding. Kat and Brian took conventional parts of both English and Indian weddings and mixed them up to make a fun, spiritual, and welcoming wedding! This beautiful fusion of culture, captured by Michael Briggs, was truly a day to
We have an awesome real wedding for you today! This one’s an industrial railway wedding, full of personality and sentiment. Cat and Tony got married at The National Railway Museum due to their shared love of the place and Tony’s career in the railway industry. The couple said: “We wanted
The Tour of Britain finishes today so we thought it was time to share this gorgeous Tour de France themed wedding with you – captured by tribe member Rebecca Kathryn Photography. The vision for the day was chilled and informal with touches personal to Joe & Jen and their hobbies.
We’re loving this rustic, DIY Farm Wedding, captured by Lightbox Studios. This styled shoot was created with the idea of ‘making something out of nothing’ and I think it’s fair to say they smashed it! Wedding Coordinator Tasha-Mae shares her DIY tips for adding creative touches to your wedding, and
Today on our wedding blog, we’re super excited to share with you this stunning vow renewal. Especially as it has the most wonderful back story behind it. Gwenda from Bohotanical planned a meaningful vow renewal for husband and wife team, Kat (also an awesome wedding photographer) and Jeremy, following Kat’s
When I spotted this alternative bohemian wedding over on featured tribe member Ed Brown Photography’s feed – I loved it straight away! Held at Brick Pond Farm in Nottinghamshire its the perfect example of your wedding your way! Enjoy! Real Wedding Inspiration from Unconventional Wedding The photographer – Ed Brown
We LOVE a good festival here at Unconventional Wedding. We also, if you hadn’t guessed, love a good wedding. This combination of the two is making us all excited for summer! Snapped by Joelle Poulos Wedding Photography, this free spirited festival wedding looks like a bohemian dream! Since we’ve been
Over on the blog - more Alternative Wedding Ideas
So many couples want to do something a little different or a bit quirky for their wedding day. As a result, there has been a huge rise in the number of unique and different wedding venues that can provide a one-off background. Alternative wedding venue’s like the National Justice Museum
Vic and Rich are the proud owners of Little Orchard Alpaca Farm in East Devon. In January 2018, Vic proposed to Rich on Charmouth Beach with ‘Will you marry me?’ written on one side of a little rock and his name on the other. It made perfect sense to incorporate
We’re huge fans of doing your own thing here at ‘Unconventional Wedding’, so when the Colour of the Year 2019 was announced we couldn’t help be a little disappointed at Living Coral. Now don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen the colour Coral integrated into loads of weddings including epic tie