Have you ever dreamt of a fairytale wedding? A castle, a dress fit for a princess and all your family and friends there to celebrate with you. Well, for one lucky bride, this dream wedding became a reality.
Whilst an Arctic wedding might not be the first thing that springs to mind, it is one for the alternative couple and offers spectacular scenery. After all, it’s a definite way to enjoy your white wedding!
Glastonbury, known as a major pilgrimage site for neo-pagans, King Arthur, the Tor and of course, Pilton’s world-renowned Glastonbury Festival, is an ideal setting for a rural countryside wedding.
Festival weddings are increasingly popular and we totally understand why! A celebration of music, food, the arts and culture, festival style nuptials are a great way for brides and grooms to go against the grain and channel their personalities on their big day.
We’re featuring international wedding photographer from the USA Jody Webster. Jody runs Holman Photography, a lifestyle photography company based in Pacifica, California. Fortunate enough to have photographed in locations all across the world including Europe, Africa and India, Jody’s expert photography journey came from an unexpected place.
Here’s a post for the beach lovers (and beautifully styled wedding lovers too). We’re showcasing the wedding of the lovely Lucy and Sam, who were married at the luxurious Bedruthan Steps Hotel, a beautiful Cornwall venue on the north coast.
Sam and James’ winter Highland wedding at St. Conan’s Kirk & Ardanaiseig Hotel in Loch Awe, Scotland With Photos by Bound by Light and Video by Wedding Balloon Films Hey readers! Samantha here – one of the TWS staff writers – and today’s real wedding post is especially special because it features… (drumroll please) my wedding! All of the stunning photos […]
For those who feel closer to nature, a Pagan wedding may be the thing for you. Here at TWS, we understand that not everyone opts for the traditional church wedding, and so we like to explore all the other opportunities that are available to brides and grooms. For the past couple of weeks, we’ve been […]
A Humanist Wedding Ceremony – Choice It’s perhaps hard to believe, but only half a century ago the choices of wedding ceremony available to marrying couples were very limited indeed – you either headed to your local Church or other place of worship, or to the Register Office. Today, in England and Wales, we can […]