Hello dear readers and welcome to the next part of our Wedding Trends 2020 blog. In this post we will be featuring some inspirational ideas for food and drink and how we can adapt to the latest trends when it comes to feeding your guests.
Around this time of year we look ahead at new trends and ideas that are set to dominate the wedding world. Today we are looking at the bride; here’s what some of the experts are suggesting will be big in 2020…
It’s been a crazy start to wedding season this year and doesn’t show any signs of stopping until Christmas! And we have been so lucky to be able to host some of the most gorgeous couples, including Alice and Robbie who were married over the Easter weekend.
January is long and cold and, for some, a bit of a challenging month. So for a little light relief we are looking back at this corker of a wedding from last August, with stunning images by Mark Shaw Photography.
Being so involved with our couples and seeing their wedding unfold is massively inspiring. So, purely for your viewing pleasure and not to influence you in the slightest, here are just some trends that we think will be big in 2019.
This lovely couple are called Fran & Josh. They were married at The Great Barn on the 2nd June this year.
They opted out of theming their wedding day and went for a truly informal celebration with vintage colours and a relaxed vibe.
On the blog today is the wedding of Emma and Robin. They were married in the spring at our local church St John the Baptist and then celebrated with friends, family and loved ones in our Great Barn. With beautiful, candid images from Pip & Simon, let’s hand over to lovely bride Emma, to tell us more about their wedding…
This wonderful couple were married at The Great Barn Devon last month, ably assisted by their very handsome Wire Fox Terrier called Spike. Andrew gave us a quick run down of the day… “We couldn’t have wished for a better day, plenty of sunshine but just enough cloud to keep everyone cool. As you can imagine, the Medieval costumes were quite heavy and with too much sun we’d have been suffering.