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Colourful Bird-Themed Festival Wedding Where EVERYTHING was DIY

Becci and Josh’s colourful DIY bird-themed wedding was an absolute DREAM, and you’re going to adore the photos, I just know it. These two lovebirds (geddit!?) did loads of their day themselves, and produced a super creative wedding choc-full of alternative wedding inspiration.

Their bird theme came from them both loving the outdoors, nature and festivals, and Becci’s dad getting her hooked on watching birds at a young age. They incorporated the theme into essentially every element of the day, including an actual birds of prey flying display as part of the entertainment for guests.

“We’re both really creative people and decided really early on in the planning process that we wanted to make the wedding our own,” Becci explains. “To do this, we basically made everything ourselves!” Over the course of a year, Becci and Josh made 100s of woollen pomp oms and over 1,400 origami cranes to suspend from the barn with coloured ribbon. The paper cranes featured on their incredible DIY wedding backdrop for their lawn ceremony too, which Josh made from wood and ribbon.

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Party Vibes Vegan Wedding in Norwich

Nicoletta and Adam wanted a relaxed city wedding which reflected them both, was close to home and filled with their family and friends. They only served vegan food and filled their wedding with all the things they love.

Their ceremony was held in a medieval hall in Norwich. “Norwich is full of history and it was awesome to get married in such an iconic building,” began Nicoletta, “The ceremony was so intimate and wonderful. I walked down a beautiful staircase into an historic hall and we were married under the most stunning bay window. Walking down the staircase and seeing Adam waiting for me was my favourite part of the whole day. My mother held the ceremony and so it was incredible to have her there at such an important part of my life. We read our own vows, made out promises and all in front of our closest friends.”

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