This 70’s inspired wedding editorial celebrates couples embracing modern-day designs that break the traditional mold. This creative team wanted to showcase how couples can really bring their individuality to their wedding design and how it can be possible without breaking the bank! They are sharing what DIY elements couples can take on – along with some specific DIYs! – should they wish.
Bluebird Creative worked alongside a number of wonderful suppliers, who took each of the elements of the wedding day and highlighted how couples can bring everything to life with their own personal touch. Flower and Fern Studio designed all the gorgeous florals and photos are by both We Are the Jamess and Benjamin Wheeler. Let’s take a look at their work…
A Pop of Color
We are loving these bespoke DIY shoes which were used to bring some personality into the day. Such a fun idea to add more disco balls into your day!
Simply stunning. This two-piece ensemble is from Bridal Indulgence and perfectly suits this bride!
Bring on the Disco!
This ceremony space at Bespoke at Littleton Manor Farm was decked head to toe in DISCO BALLS! Such a fun and easy way to bring life to any outdoor space!
We love how the creatives behind this shoot wanted to demonstrate how you can utilize a different type of space – such as a sailcloth marquee – and make it look absolutely amazing!!
The team wanted to show couples that you don’t have to be a DIY whizz to create some of the important finishing touches for your wedding. By making these yourselves, you’re really able to bring your individuality and create something completely unique. This escort display was made by Bluebird Creative and they even have an example of how to create this exact display HERE.
An Intimate Dinner
This wedding design includes bold colors and energy that you don’t always see and we are here for it!
Craving more colorful tablescape ideas? We have just the thing for you!
The creatives behind this shoot share: “We’re big fans of bringing a little DIY to a wedding and it doesn’t mean your whole wedding has to be DIY, but just small elements that make it personal and also help to save a few bucks!
There are quite a few areas that couples can consider, such as: confetti (we’ve seen couples grow and then dry their own flowers!), before & on the day stationery, displays, backdrops, and guest books.”
This couple is wild in love with a fun and decorative chocolate cake to wrap up the celebrations!
Easy DIY Tip: Add disco balls! These can be added to the cake, ceremony space, reception tables…so many ideas! Shop all different sizes of disco balls here.
All the romance and all the whimsy! Cheers to the talented team behind the day for sharing your wedding DIY inspiration!
photography: We Are The Jamess // venue name: Bespoke at Littleton Manor Farm, Reigate, United Kingdom // event design: Bluebird Creative (also did planning) // planning: Bespoke Events // florals: Flower and fern studio // wedding dress: Bridal Indulgence boutique in Farnham // hairpiece: Victoria Percival // hair stylist: Olivia Mills // makeup artist: Olivia Mills // groom attire: Stephen Bishop // videography: Each and Every Moment // paper goods: Stacy Oakley Calligraphy // calligraphy: Stacy Oakley Calligraphy // cake: Love and Cake // furniture rentals: The Toast // specialty rentals: Coastal Tents (showcasing their new sailcloth tent) // models: Tom Coulstone and Olivia McGuinness // lighting: Lighting With Intent // photography: Benjamin Wheeler // decor items and mini neons: Audenza // crockery hire: The Bailey Events Company // plant hire: Between Two Thorns // neon sign: Farnham Sound and Light // cake topper: Lulu Q Studio