If you dream of a simple wedding without the fuss then something smaller and stripped-back is what you need. Wild weddings are becoming more and more popular. Their ideal for couples who want to get married outside, surrounded by nature or in a meaningful spot. With just you, or a handful of guests to think about you can really focus on what’s important to you.
Heledd & Quentin got married on a beach on Anglesey, their ceremony was performed by a close family friend (who’s also a vicar). They then headed off on a rib-boat tour around the island!
Heidi & Oliver got married in a country house, with two members of the hotel staff as witnesses. They wanted a quiet stress free wedding where they could really relax and focus on themselves. They’re planning on having a bigger party to celebrate with friends and family, but they wanted the wedding to be all about them.
But just because you don’t have 150 guests, doesn’t mean that it has to be boring or lack style. In fact, having fewer people to feed could mean that you can actually splash out on the details that really mean something to you.
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In the rest of this guide, I explain the different ceremonies including, humanist, celebrant & non-legal wedding ceremonies. I also cover how to choose your wedding venue, wedding photographer, entertainment and plan your timeline. Plus there's wedding advice from real couples and top tips from industry experts.
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