Lucy and Jamie planned a super joyful wedding in York, England that was absolutely splendid to watch unfold. Lucy has recently battled for her life and through that journey found love. They share a true respect for life and everything they love together. Their theme was a 1960s meets Mod inspired day.
Don’t miss the bubble exit, the fake mustaches, kazoos, and obviously-in-love dancing…
UK couples: if you’re thinking that DJs are the only option for your wedding soundtrack, then I need to let you in on a little secret. Wedding bands are totally a thing, can fit within your budget, and you don’t have to do any work at all to find a band who fits your wedding theme. How the heck can this be? It’s time you met Entertainment Nation.
We got married in the same room in the same building (Moat Room, Harrow Registry Office) as my parents, with the same registered home address. The only difference: the two weddings were 37 years apart! The wedding reception was held on the largest boat on the River Thames, the Dixie Queen, that included the opening of Tower Bridge. We also had a nine-tier cake!
The power of voodoo! This Labyrinth wedding inspiration shoot combines the fantasy of a fairyland wedding with the reality of an English Tudor castle backdrop. Florals with glass globes and touches of ultra-violet, a gingerbread maze wedding cake, a modern take on Sarah’s fantasy ball gown, styling with owl feathers, clocks, and masks, as well as bubbling custom cocktails inspired by the bog of eternal stench.
Jenny and Liam are major Potterphiles and wanted to inject some Harry Potter magic into their Liverpool, UK wedding. Jenny in particular was super resourceful during planning. She found her gorgeous black gown at a prom dress store and sourced tons of their vendors through Facebook, Etsy, and small businesses. Plus, there was a ton of DIY (with no real magic to help!) including handmade wand favors and loads of house colors and Hogwarts details.
Don’t miss their ultra magical place setting map — an 8-foot long Marauder’s Map, painstakingly hand-drawn by a close frien
In the UK, it isn’t easy to have a secular wedding. Religious weddings have a section focusing on the couple, but there’s also a big focus on their religion. With 71% of young people in Britain describing themselves as non-religious, this isn’t preferred for a lot of couples.
Here are the challenges of having a Humanist wedding in the UK…