Karly and Ty’s garden wedding showcased the best of America’s deep south in deepest, darkest Essex
It’s rare that we hear about the wedding day from the groom’s perspective – but when friend of Bouquet Catch, Ty, came to us with his wonderful story of his homemade, vintage, garden wedding to Karly, we were hooked.
Karly and Ty’s love story began in the most modern of ways, via dating website Plenty of Fish, where Karly broke the ice by messaging Ty first...
A green and gold botanical wedding for the modern bride
Bursting with lush, verdant greens and highlighted with golds and metallics, the tropical, botanical wedding is a 2017 trend that’s not going anywhere. With Pantone recently announcing their 2017 colour of the year as ‘Greenery’, it’s no surprise that brides up and down the country are opting for ‘nature’s neutral’ for their main wedding colour scheme.
The Boutique, a new bridal co-operative where small, independent, local businesses can offer their products, run workshops and support each other, used their stunning backdrop to create this beautiful ‘Modern Colonialism’ styled shoot to inspire your wedding day...
This countryside barn wedding is a food-lover’s delight
Jen and Luigi’s barn wedding in the Suffolk-meets-Cambridgeshire countryside was the perfect combination of everything they loved: food, partying, their Italian and Asian heritages, and each other! Jen tells her story to Bouquet Catch.
“We met at Warwick University where we were in the same halls and on the same course. I didn’t really get to know Luigi until halfway through the first year and we were just friends for a while, but always got on well...
Alex and Adam kept their craft wedding simple with a sweet, homegrown affair
Childhood sweethearts, Alex and Adam’s craft wedding day was sweet and simple, packed with loads of homemade touches.
The pair met when they were 12 and 13 years old at a family BBQ in their home town of Boston, Lincolnshire, where it was love at first sight. They attended the same secondary school, and starting dating shortly afterwards...
Personalised, handmade wedding invitations to make your W-Day special
Since the trend for craft, vintage and DIY weddings shows no signs of slowing down, we thought we’d ask the experts about to what to look for when choosing your handmade wedding invitations.
Cathy Whaley at the Happy Whale Hand-Made Card Company, creators of hand-crafted stationery design, talks to Bouquet Catch about how to choose your homemade wedding invitations.
“When planning your wedding, it’s tempting to concentrate initially principally on the dress, the flowers and where you will hold your special day but don’t forget that before your guests arrive, the scene of your wedding will already be set by the stationery that you choose...