Small wedding at Longfellows | Solihull | Andy and Alix

Small wedding at Longfellows | Solihull | Andy and Alix

Andy and Alix’s small wedding at Longfellows in Catherine De Barnes, Solihull

What was it like working with Parrot and Pineapple photography for your small wedding

We wouldn’t have wanted anyone else to photograph our wedding! Rowan asked the necessary questions and made suggestions which eased the process along. She’s also absolutely lovely and made us both feel at ease. It made our portraits go smoothly and didn’t feel awkward. Whenever we spoke to Rowan about what we wanted, she completely understood. In the nicest of ways, we also didn’t notice Rowan at the reception (and lots of guests have said this) which is really amazing. It meant she captured some fantastic moments and nobody is posed. When we did speak to Rowan on the day, it was always very easy and relaxed.Wedding speeches toasts small wedding

How did you start planning your small wedding?

We both knew we wanted a small wedding. I (Alix) never wanted to walk down and aisle or have a big white dress. Together, we have never liked lots of attention and we didn’t want to feel like we had to invite anyone or had to impress someone.

The main thing for us was to do everything together and we planned it from there. Booking the registry office was the first thing. There was a small room to fit eight guests and it meant the legal stuff was done.

We also knew we weren’t bothered about traditions but we wanted to get married on our 5 year anniversary. Choosing the date was easy and not having to fit into a certain expectation gave us freedom.

This also led us to choose Rowan. Knowing that everyone having a fab time was our criteria (and actually getting married, of course) it naturally led to us picking a photographer who could capture this!

Baby looking at lion balloon small wedding

How did you find planning your wedding?

We were really relaxed whilst planning the wedding. Picking our wedding balloons was a good laugh. We kept them a secret from almost everyone. They were huge animal balloons and the only person we had to tell was Andrew’s stepdad as he was collecting them. We didn’t want him to complain that they had given him the wrong balloons!

We also had to re-buy our wedding favours because we went through several bags of sweets and chocolates.

Guest laughing at speeches small wedding

How did you bring your individual personalities into your small wedding

Our personalities were in all of the day, from the colourful bunting to the animal balloons. We don’t take ourselves too seriously and have never been the type of people to have everything perfect and matching. All of our bunting was mismatched and colourful.

Wedding guest blowing bubbles small wedding

Why did you choose a small restaurant for your wedding venue?

Our venue was Longfellows and we chose it because it was exactly what we wanted. We wanted a house party vibe with the ability to go outside, without having the mess at our own house. It was also important that our small group wouldn’t get lost in a venue too big. Longfellows was the perfect sized venue for us and was unlike all the other venues we looked at. The owners at Longfellows were relaxed and easy to talk to.

Connect four wedding game small wedding

What is your advice to other couples getting married?

Andrew – enjoy the planning more. Take it easy and get organised early! Enjoy the day and don’t worry about what’s happening around you.

Alix – don’t worry about other people or what they’re doing (e.g if a car is late) just be in the moment!Bride feeding cake to groom with a sword small wedding

How did you manage the budget for your small wedding?

We did it by deciding what was most important for us to splash the cash on and deciding what was lower down on the list of priorities. Not fussing too much on tiny details because people brush past them (eg the card box, favours, and guest book). Expensive doesn’t mean it’s the best but you also don’t need to scrimp on everything. It’s all about priorities.

Suppliers
Venue: Longfellows
Alix dress – Monsoon
Andrew suit – ASOS www.asos.com
Cakes: Asda and Morrisons
Photography: Parrot and Pineapple 

Bride and groom in blanket small wedding

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Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement

Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement

An intimate and stylish London Elopement at Old Marylebone Town Hall

What was it like working with Parrot and Pineapple photography?

We loved working with you! You were so calm and cool and we felt so comfortable and at ease around you, which is not easy to pull off when you’re meeting someone for the first time on your wedding day! You were a star at getting all the family shots we wanted and our portrait session afterwards was just relaxed and fun.

Bride and groom exiting Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement to confetti

What was it like planning your Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement?

We got engaged and then decided to get married just a month later! We wanted to get married as quickly as possible, so I could begin the visa process to join Adam in the UK and end the torture of long-distance. Both Adam’s family and mine live in Trinidad and the United States. Due to the short notice of our wedding, we figured it would just be Adam and I. When we told our families our plan they immediately booked flights and came to support us. We were really touched!

Why did you choose to get married at Old Marylebone Town Hall?

Having been a student in London in years prior, I knew I wanted to be married in a registry office in London. I did some googling and saw the Old Marylebone Town Hall had recently been reopened after renovations and had beautiful small intimate rooms, just big enough to fit our families.

Bride and groom entrance Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement

What did you both wear for your small wedding and why?

We wanted to keep it simple. I wore a white wrap dress and Adam wore a navy suit.

What was your ceremony like?

We wanted to keep our ceremony as simple as possible. Our plan is to have a religious wedding next year at home in Trinidad, so we decided to save readings and the exchange of rings for that ceremony. For this ceremony, we chose some of our favourite songs for the signing and that was pretty much it. Favourite bit of the ceremony was our exchange of vows, it was extremely emotional.Couple portrait on London street Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement

What is your advice to other couples getting married?

Do it your way. People mean well but their opinions can be very overwhelming. The only thing that matters is that you and your partner are on the same page.

Old Marylebone Town Hall Small Wedding Suppliers

Venue – The Old Marylebone Town Hall
Dress – Whistles
Suit – Richard James

Bride and groom kissing Old Marylebone Town Hall Elopement

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Socially Distanced Wedding | Mark & Livvy

Socially Distanced Wedding | Mark & Livvy

If you are having to swiftly re-arrange your big wedding plans and instead opting for a socially distanced wedding under the current coronavirus guidelines; here’s a beautiful and joyful example of just how lovely a small wedding can be. Covid-19 isn’t going to cancel love!

What was it like to work with me on your small socially distanced wedding?

Rowan was incredible all through the day. She turned up and started snapping everything going on around her and let it all unfold naturally. Her organisation with group photos was nothing short of impressive (who knew a smart watch could be so handy!), even considering minimising how long the grandparent needed to be stood for. I have no idea how Rowan managed to get the children and the dog to look the right way and stay engaged, but somehow she did!
 
She made posing for our couple photos super easy, even for us unphotogenic non-posers!
 
Overall, she was amazing, totally on it and we’re so glad she’ll be back for big party next year! (She’d probably be on the guest list now even if she wasn’t photographing it!)
bride and groom wear sunglasses and smile view of town in the distance behind them. Taken during a socially distanced wedding. Image by parrot and pineapple

What was your original wedding plan for 2020?

We’d been due to have a big wedding in August, with around 150 guests. Our ceremony was booked in at our home church, with a reception to follow at a nearby venue. We would have been having welcome drinks, wedding cake, a sit down meal and live band. We had family and friends due to come from all over the UK and Ireland, with a few even due in from Bahrain and New Zealand.
bride and groom sit on sofa in summer garden and open wedding gift while dog investigates the present. image by parrot and pineapple
 

When did you realise you were going to have to change your wedding plans due to Covid-19?

I think we realised quite early into lockdown that our plans were becoming increasingly unlikely. We finally made the call that it wasn’t going to happen as planned back in May. We were initially quite gutted, but quickly got excited when we realised we could shake up how we did things and still have a very unique and special day.
bride and groom kiss under confetti shower by surprise guests after small socially distanced church wedding
 

How did you make changes to your original wedding plan?

Our venue was really good and allowed us to move our original plans to a new date next year. However we’re both Christian and were really keen to be officially married this summer so we could start living together properly.

At that point weddings weren’t allowed at all, so we decided that as soon as we could marry with our immediate family present then we would go ahead. We were waiting to be allowed 15 people to attend, so when the announcement came that 30 could attend we got planning and booked a date for 3 weeks away! We stuck with our planned 15 for multiple reasons. While 30 was allowed, finding private outdoor space for a socially distanced wedding would have been a real challenge!
remote wedding guests on a phone screen watching wedding via zoom for covid-19 socially distanced wedding
 
Because of our smaller numbers and new reception venue, we also decided to get married in a different church building. It was much smaller and helped things feels more intimate with our greatly reduced guest list. Fortunately our home vicar was still able to marry us which helped keep things more personal.
bride and father enter church led by vicar for a socially distanced wedding
 

How did you make allowances for your wedding to happen under the current Coronavirus government guidelines?

We were advised to check with the specific church to see what their policies were for distancing. Our Church and vicar were fantastic and made the ceremony side of things easy. Our families were spaced out in the church within their household groups. Everyone had to sanitise hands as they entered and left the building. We even had the bells rung, though could only have one person ringing them for distancing purposes!
bride and groom stand at the front of a church being blessed by the vicar during a small socially distanced wedding. Wedding guests sit in pews spaced out.
 

What did you do for your socially distanced wedding reception?

As the post ceremony celebrations were in the back garden, we carried out the sofas and set up an outside lounge.
We also had several small tables set up in the garden, so that each household could eat at their own table within a larger cluster.
home garden decorated for socially distanced wedding reception at home.

How did you feel on your wedding day?

We had an absolutely amazing wedding day! We were so excited to get married and begin our married life together that the focus was definitely on enjoying what we were able to do rather than what we weren’t.
bride wearing veil and hair flowers and groom in blue suit kiss with sky and clouds behind them.

How did you add your individual personalities and style to your small wedding?

Because the wedding was small, it actually took the pressure off planning and making sure everything ran to schedule. The informality of it suited us far better and meant we could make it far more ‘us’. All our family contributed in one way or another. Between them they made the cake, did calligraphy, made dessert and pimms, got a cheese board, made garden games and decorated the garden, as well as much more. The family prep even involved getting the garage door painted in the style of our original invitations! Everyone being so involved was one of the things that made the day feel so special.
bride and groom kiss outside next to a pink sign written in calligraphy.
The guidelines for signing the register required individuals to anti-bac between each person using the pen. Instead, we chose 4 novelty pens to avoid sharing and embraced the humour of situation.

Socially distanced wedding idea: father of groom signs the wedding register with his own novelty pen to avoid multiple people holding the same pen

We’re also big fans of hats being worn at weddings, so really encouraged them among our families! We even managed to get a group photo with everyone in hats, gents and kids included.
family group photo with two children on scooters outside a church after a socially distant wedding
 

What is your advice to other couples currently planning a small wedding or having to change their wedding plans?

We would absolutely recommend a small wedding! We both agree that we enjoyed our wedding day far more than we think we would have enjoyed the bigger event! And the great thing is that we get a party next year to celebrate with our extended family and friends.
 
We would advise other couples to make the most of having a wedding that had no pre set expectations. Make it your own!
 
One small note would be to confirm any online bookings before the day. We turned up to check into our accommodation on our wedding night only to find it completely closed. After a slightly stressful half hour calling round we found a hotel with a room, so it all ended OK! A lesson learned though!
 
bride drives van with groom in passenger seat both smiling at camera through drivers side window
 

Small Wiltshire Wedding Suppliers:

Flowers and buttons holes – Boundless Blooms
Brides dress – Wed2Be
Grooms Suit – Moss Bros
 

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Peckham Employment Academy Wedding | London | Natasha & Alex

Peckham Employment Academy Wedding | London | Natasha & Alex

A colourful and fun Peckham Employment Academy Wedding in London

What was it like to work with me for your Peckham Employment Academy Wedding?

You were fantastic! So many of our family and friends have commented on how great you were. You melted into the crowd for candid shots, and managed to herd an unruly crowd into place for group shots. What a star. We also really appreciated how even though we only had a half-day booking with you, you gave us so much time and energy both before during and after the day. We felt in very safe hands!

Bride and groom kissing Peckham Employment Academy Wedding Guest blowing bubbles

Why did you choose a Peckham Employment Academy Wedding?

We were looking for somewhere we could get married in South East London that would hold our large families. Peckham Employment Academy is somewhere we’ve walked by hundreds of times over the years without realising what an amazing building it was. After choosing it for the ceremony we met with David who manages the brilliant social enterprise that is Brewbird- the cafe and courtyard downstairs at the Employment Academy- and we decided to go for that too.

What did you both wear and why?

Natasha went for an Asos jumpsuit with tasselled sleeves- she fancied something a bit disco. Alex hired a blue suit from Moss Bros to go with his nice hair!

Trendy bride with pink lipstick smiling at Peckham Employment Academy Wedding Groom watching Bride's speech Peckham Employment Academy Wedding

How did you style your Peckham Employment Academy Wedding?

We were incredibly lucky that my (Natasha’s) mum Joy grew all the flowers on her allotment which were then arranged by my sister-in-law Jemima. Other than that we just had a bit of bunting and some colourful tablecloths- but the courtyard is such an awesome space we didn’t want to add too much.

What was your plan for super relaxed party?

Our aunts catered the huge family buffet which was incredible. The rest of our family brought desserts. We drunk lots and had some speeches, then an awesome line up of our friends and family Djing into the night!

Bride and groom exiting to confetti Buffet Peckham Employment Academy Wedding Wedding guest holding baby and smiling Peckham Employment Academy Wedding

Did you have any special entertainment?

Alex’s mum and step dad organised for the amazing Magic Depictor to come during the evening. They’re a magic live drawing portrait booth!

Guests playing foosballInformal group of people Peckham Employment Academy Wedding

Peckham Employment Academy Wedding Suppliers

Brides jumpsuit ASOS
Grooms suit Moss Bros
Live drawing photo booth – The Magic Depictor

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Shustoke Barn Wedding at Christmas | Emma and Neil

Shustoke Barn Wedding at Christmas | Emma and Neil

Emma and Neil’s 20s inspired Shustoke Barn wedding

What was it like to work with me as your Shustoke Barn wedding photographer?

Working with you was like working with a friend! You are so easy to get along with and we didn’t feel like we were being staged into uncomfortable poses. Both our parents have said how lovely you are too.

Bride and groom in wedding ceremony

How did you get started planning your Shustoke Barn wedding?

I wanted something unusual. I knew I wanted to get married as close to Christmas as possible because I wanted a big party and everyone to be in the festive mood. Our parents had a traditional approach to a wedding so a themed wedding took some convincing on both parts.

How did you bring your individual personalities to your wedding?

I love old vintage glamour and I love Christmas!! It just felt perfect to mix the two together. Neil just let me get on with it.

I also knew that I wanted to choose our wedding rings from the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham, I’m proud to have something from a place with so much history and that is so close to home!

It was lovely walking around all the shops and knowing that it was all made in my home city, my wedding ring is so unique and individual you wouldn’t find it anywhere else.

Informal group shot of bridal party at Shustoke Barn wedding

Why did you choose to get married at Shustoke Barn?

We chose Shustoke Barn as we wanted a venue that was relatively close to home because we had decided to make the wedding an adult only occasion.
Shustoke Barn is a really pretty venue, with high ceilings and a beautiful courtyard.

As it’s a smaller venue it was easier to visualise how things could come together instead of worrying about how to decorate multiple rooms in a larger venue.

Ceremony backdrop with copper and foliage Shustoke Barn wedding

What did you both wear?

My dress was designed by Eliza Jane Howell. I’m like a magpie for shiny things and when I tried on the sample dress I knew it was the one I loved the beaded tassels, the sleeves and all the embellishments! I knew I didn’t want to wear white as it’s not a colour I can pass off easily.
Neil wore a suit from Slaters Menswear with claret colourings to match the bridesmaids.

How did you style and theme your Shustoke Barn wedding?

We had a 1920’s themed wedding. We wanted everybody to dress up in 1920’s attire. Some people were a little apprehensive about this probably because they thought I was having them on!

I left the decor upto the lovely Katie from The Vintage House That Could and she did a fabulous job, with lots of lovely greenery and copper based accents.

The cake was made by Catherine Thomas and it looked amazing. It was a three tier cake, the first two tiers had a portrait frame on with a stag on the top. Quite close to the time I panic emailed Catherine and asked for gold sequins for the bottom tier which really finished the design off. She also made some exceptionally tasty cutting cake for our vegan guests.

Robert from the Secret Garden did our flowers and also a large wreath for the balcony they looked stunning in beautiful winters reds and purples.

The food provided by the barn was amazing, our guests are still talking about it weeks after, and have all said it was the best wedding meal they’d ever had.

Wedding guest dressed in 20s outfit Shustoke Barn wedding

How did you make your Shustoke Barn wedding ceremony your own?

Our ceremony was originally meant to be at my childhood Catholic Church, but due to renovations, we decided to just have the ceremony at the barn. Also the wedding can be unpredictable in December so it made sense to keep everyone under one roof. Although we’d invited a lot of guests to the day it felt informal but in a warm cosy environment.

I walked (skipped) down the aisle to a string quartet version of The Pogues Fairytale of New York. It was a Christmas wedding and we did get engaged in New York so it felt like the perfect choice.

Our first reading was read by Simon, a friend from work that consistently joked that he wanted to do a reading at the ceremony, I called his bluff and we are both too stubborn to back down. His reading was about celebration and being merry.

Our second reading (and my favourite reading) was read by my bridesmaid Kate. I’d sent her a list of approved readings from the registrar. After reading a few to her husband who wasn’t keen on any of them, she suggested reading the lyrics of a song which relates to mine and Neil’s more individual sides. I asked her to read Huey Lewis’s the Power of Love. Seeing the guests looking around and realising it was a song from the 80’s was brilliant. I couldn’t hold it together and started laughing by the second verse, however Kate held it together perfectly and absolutely nailed it!

The last reading was read by Neil and was taken from the film the wedding singer – I wanna grow old with you. The words ring a little too true!

Bride and dad arriving at Shustoke Barn

What was your plan for the reception and party?

Neil and I have been together for 14 years and he finally sorted himself out and proposed to me. We both decided to just have a massive party to celebrate.

Neil didn’t have many planning responsibilities. I think the only thing we planned together was the venue and the DJ, so everything was a surprise to him. He didn’t know what was going to happen next!

My favourite bit was the singing waiters. They were disguised with the Barns staff and really kicked the party off! Everyone got up to sing and dance and it was a massive surprise to everyone! Even my mom who knew was shocked when the waiter fell over as part of the act!

How did you choose your first dance song?

Choosing a first dance song was probably the most difficult decision out of the whole process. We both have different tastes in music and there were so many options.

I eventually put 10 songs into a container and asked Neil to pick them out. Neil didn’t like the song that he picked out so we finally agreed on the Beach Boys Wouldn’t It Be Nice. Totally love the Beach Boys anyway so it was fine by me!

What’s your advice to other couples planning a wedding?

I wouldn’t do anything differently! I loved it from start to finish.

My advice is don’t get too stressed out and do what makes you happy. Limit input from anyone else as it’s your day and you should be able to express yourselves in your own individual style.

bride and groom under lights Shustoke Barn wedding

Shustoke Barn Wedding Suppliers

Shustoke Barn Wedding Photography from Parrot and Pineapple
Brides dress – Eliza Jane Howell from Ivy Tower in Ivory Tower Bridal Couture in Knowle 
Headpiece and feather boa from Donna Crain on Etsy
Bridal Shoes Racheal Simpson shoes (emmerline) 
Florist – The Secret Garden in Lichfield 
Styling and planning – The Vintage House That Could 
Wedding Cake – Catherine Thomas Cakes (website down)
Groom and groomsmen suits from Slaters menswear 
Bridesmaid Dresses Adrianna Papell dresses 
Dj The vintage wedding Dj 
Surprise singers Silver Service wedding singers 
Vintage photo booth http://vintage-booth.co.uk/
Bridal hair and make up Sarah Russell Hair and Makeup Artist 
Bridesmaid hair and make up Shannon Cannon Makeup artist 

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Kingstanding Farm Wedding | Warwick | Mike and Soph

Kingstanding Farm Wedding | Warwick | Mike and Soph

Mike and Soph’s Kingstanding Farm Wedding in Warwickshire

What was it like to work with me as your Kingstanding Farm Wedding photographer?

Lovely. You made use feel so relaxed. It felt like having a friend there. Not once did we feel awkward or false. We had so many people say to us after that they loved our photographer, and how lovely she was.

Bride and groom laughing Kingstanding-Farm-Wedding-wedding-cermony Bride and groom in front of bell tents Kingstanding-Farm-Wedding

How did you get started planning your Kingstanding Farm Wedding

We both knew we wanted it to be as relaxed as possible. Our favourite seasons are autumn and summer. A summer wedding and hopefully a dry sunny day was our ideal. We started looking on Pinterest and also googled alternative wedding venues. Soph also knew that she desperately wanted to get married in the same registry office her mum and dad did.

Two people bouncing on white bouncy castle

How did you find wedding planning?

It was quite relaxed. Things got a bit more stressful as we got closer to the day. Like trying to make our wedding seating plan! We wanted it to be quirky and our reception was on a farmers field with tipis so we wanted it to fit with that. Soph started the seating plan, using old wooden pegs for names. We started to glue them onto old twine, Soph soon lost her temper and encountered many burns from the glue gun. Mike came to the rescue and carried on though.

We got a little carried away with making things. We spent most nights in the run-up sitting in our kitchen painting and making things.Bride putting on white bridal trainers Groom in tweed waiting for bride Kingstanding-Farm-Wedding

How did you bring your individual personalities and your values into your wedding day?

We wanted a plastic-free wedding as much as possible, so requested paper straws, real plates and cutlery and glasses. We both love random things, Soph adores the muppets and Mike loves nightmare before Christmas so our cake reflected that. With us both being nurses, we follow a comic called Awkward Yeti. It has two characters called Heart and Brain. It basically sums us both up! We love watching movies so decided to theme our tables around our favourite movies.

Which venues did you choose and why?

We decided on the black prince room at Coventry registry office. It’s a 16th-century building in the middle of the town surrounded by 1970s buildings. It’s so mishmashed and we love that. Also Sophs mum and dad got married there.

The reception was at Kingstanding Farm in Beausale. The field there was literally just a field. It hadn’t been trimmed or anything. But once we met with Olly and chatted through what he wanted he was so accommodating that we decided to bite the bullet and book him. Olly delivered everything he promised and everything was amazing.

Bride and groom in front of red car Kingstanding-Farm-Wedding Kingstanding-Farm-Wedding-bride-looking in mirror Bride and groom cutting quirky cake Kingstanding-Farm-WeddingWhat is your advice to other couples getting married?

Decide what you want and stick to your guns. Take people’s advice but remember it’s just advice. If you want something a little different then do it. It’s your day. Also, on your actual day, make sure you get some time to step away from it to enjoy your family and friends having a great time. You did that! You organised it all!!

Kingstanding Farm Wedding Suppliers

Kingstanding Farm wedding photography – Parrot and Pineapple 
Brides dress – Ditsy Rose Bridal Warehouse
Grooms Suit – Marc Darcy
Custom Vans Trainers by SparklemixxBoutique
Florist Annita’s Floral Designs
Ceremony Venue – Coventry Registry Office
Reception Venue – Kingstanding Farm Warwick
Catering Plum Catering
Stationery Prim & Glad
DJ Paul Musgrove
Transport Dapper Stead 
Tents from Enchanted Bell Tents
The Big White Bouncy Castle Company

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