This London wedding is colorful and unique, with a touch a rainbow pride and a whole lot of confetti, Abs and Kella were frugal, but thoughtful.
Inspired by the texutres of Blackfriars Priory, this creative shoot brings forest vibes and greenery indoors for this inspired wedding.
Full of color, this vibrant city elopement is the perfect blend of unique personality and boldness – based in Manchester City.
Non-traditional in every aspect, Charlotte & Laura held a The Guild Hall wedding that had motorbikes, smoke bombs, leather jackets and tartan wedding outfit.
This alternative wedding shoot is dark and moody, but with a modern etherial twist. In a tartan suit, and black wedding dress, Rachel and Sarah marry in a church.
Fabulous queer chaos, that’s how Ade and Maja would describe their wedding. They had two ceremonies, a legal one and other hosted by a fabulous UK drag queen that was celebrated into the night.
A colorful and bright industrial wedding, with bright florals, disco balls and two humans wildly in love. This Homes Mill wedding was brought to life in under a year.
Dani and Priya set out in their invitations their intention for what their intimate wedding would be – a queer, multicultural wedding that celebrated love.
This celebration is one of inclusivity and sustainability. With sunflowers and bright blue tones at the front of the inspiration, it is a colorful celebration of the English countryside.
After an at-home proposal, in the comfort of their own bed, Jenna & Sarah married in a wedding day that was to be remembered.