Alternative Wedding Ring Idea: Wooden Rings!

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The rings can be a pretty costly part of the wedding planning process, but for many alternative couples, it’s not actually the price that holds them back from going down the diamond/ gold/ platinum route. If I know one thing more than anything else, it’s that Rock n Roll couples would rather wait to find something a bit more unique and something that feels much more ‘them’. After all, you gotta wear this thing for the rest of your life, it’s almost as much commitment as a tattoo, so you want to get it right!

Despite getting more and more popular, its still quite tricky to find really good quality wooden wedding rings, which is why I wanted to share some of my favourite finds from woodenrings.com with you today.

Rainbow layered Wooden Ring

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Breathtaking Enchanted Forest Themed Wedding with Skulls, Dinosaurs & Apothecary Vibes

You are going to LOVE this wedding, we just know it! Just you wait til you get a load of all the decorations…!

The inspiration for the styling of Hollie and Dan’s big day all stemmed from Hollie’s My Big Day Bridal dress. “I’ve always been a bit of a goth girl at heart,” Hollie explained, “so I wanted our day to feel dark and dramatic but still be romantic and beautiful.”

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Eclectic & Colourful Wedding Inspired by Their Own Home

Catherine and jack were inspired by their own home, and their love of colour, for their wedding day. “Our home is crammed with all sorts of weird and wonderful artefacts from a huge disco ball (no home is the same without one right?) to life size monkey lights”, Catherine began. “We literately packed boxes and boxes of things normally displayed in our house to use at the wedding.”

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Rustic, Relaxed, Autumnal Wedding… Inspired by Cheese, Coffee and Wrestling!

Steve and Justine’s wedding day was a full of surprises, for the couple and their guests. The whole groom’s party had to spend the morning of the wedding moving everything inside as they were hit by a snowstorm – in October! Steve’s gift to Justine was two replica WWE tag team championship belts. Instead of traditional champagne for welcome drinks, they served coffee that was ground by the couple themselves. They announced their pregnancy during their speeches, and had a grime/rap artist as their evening entertainment!

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Rock n Roll Bride x Little Mistress: The Bridesmaid Collection!

This week was the grand reveal of the Rock n Roll Bride x Little Mistress bridal collection and WOW! Thank you for all your excitement and orders! We have been BLOWN away by the feedback. I cannot wait to see how you style the gowns for your wedding day! You may have noticed as you looked thorough the collection that there are also five bridesmaid dresses available too and today, I wanted to showcase these for you. After all, it’s all well and good you feeling like a fierce mama on your wedding day, but your best babes have to as well!

The thing I LOVE about this collection is just how wearable every single dress is. The dresses are flattering for lots of different body shapes and sizes and there’s a variety of styles and lengths to (hopefully!) keep even the pickiest ‘maid happy. Instead of restrictive zips and tight-fitting tops, we’ve opted for more floaty, comfortable styles, with many of the dresses having a stretchy smock back meaning there’s a lot more give in the size range. PLUS, it makes the dresses super, duper comfortable to wear.

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Eco-Conscious, Festival-Inspired Wedding Weekend with Rave Reception

When Jess and Chris decided to get married, they found that the place they drew inspiration from the most was seeing how other people had done things their own way. They chose elements that they had enjoyed from other weddings, and did away with traditions they felt had no meaning to them.

“We made every decision together and questioned everything ‘typical’,” Jess explained. “If we didn’t see the point of something, we didn’t do it, and we replaced it with something meaningful to us.” This meant switching an elaborate cake which no-one would eat for a bountiful buffet of local cheeses. They picked their flowers based on what was local and in season, and made blackberry whisky as their wedding favours as something that people would enjoy, rather than leave behind.

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