I’m a huge fan of the non traditional wedding! the idea of going to the beat of your own drum, celebrating your love how and where best suits you is one that I really believe in.
I always find myself leaning towards Bohemian vibes, and that was the style inspiration for this shoot. lots of warmer tones, vintage and retro throwbacks, rustic, organic florals for the visuals, and making sure it was DIY Bride and Groom suitable, relatable and not out of anyone’s budget was also an important focus to me for this shoot!
10 x 2017 Wedding trends as scouted by Most Curious Wedding Fair, the wedding show for the style savvy couple, from the Norwich show exhibitors. The Norwich event is happening this Sunday 9th April at St Andrews Hall, Norwich. Come and see them all unfold at the show, including 60 en vogue exhibitors, fashions shows, cake, bubbly and music!
One of a Brides biggest fears is an empty dance floor. When planning a wedding it is important to think about the music you would like played during the evening as soon as possible. The party is wherever the Bride is. If she is at the bar doing shots throughout the evening, that's where her party will be. To have a successful evening celebration with a dancefloor that is really buzzing with everyone having a great time, it is essential that you choose your music wisely.
Having a great band or DJ at a wedding is an absolute must. You need someone who will get your party in a great mood and get them on to that dance floor. We have spoken to DJ Paul Allen, who has some excellent ideas to keep the party grooving…