This inspired elopement celebrates LGBTQ+ love and the incredible street art of edgy Shoreditch in London, UK. Proving that elopements don’t need to be fancy or expensive.
Lucia planned a perfect day hiking up Mount Snowdon with her partner Anna, creating the perfect backdrop for her mountain-top proposal.
After countless changed wedding plans, Emily and Kirsty held a much smaller wedding over an entire weekend with their loved ones.
When the world was going into lockdown, Lora and Rachel decided to take the opportunity to meet face-to-face. With a suitcase packed, Rachel jumped into a car with a perfect stranger, not knowing if she’d be gone for hours or weeks.
This styled edit brings together alternative glam with statement florals, muted tones and metallics – think Doc Martins, personalized jackets, and a whole lot of personality.
After meeting on Tumblr in their teens, Hannah and Freya conceived their first child via IUI using a donor recruited anonymous sperm donor.
Covid meant their Vegas elopement was cancelled, but their quaint four-guest celebration at home in the UK was more perfect than they could have dreamt.
This inspired wedding celebrates Lorna and Tash. Autumnal colors bring together this super fun shoot. A showstopper wedding gown, a tweed suit and a coke that defys gravity.
This fun, bright inspired wedding shoot took place at The Lounsbury House and celebrates the love of Amy and Rachel. Two humans who are deeply in love wiht one another.
This styled wedding inspiration is inspired by honey – soft yellows and ochres with a few bee highlights for good measure. It’s romantic and feminine.