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No, but I’ve seen guest books where it was a picture of the bride and groom turned into a puzzle and people signed the back. This first one is ADORABLE but $80+…but you could very well make something like this on your own with clay, or even nicely painting big wood pieces, etc, and just attaching the sticks to push them into the cake.
I just googled this and saw some cute puzzle shaped cookie cutters… you could use those for favors! When checked, Shutterstock's safe search screens restricted content and excludes it from your search results. We’re getting your Wednesday off to a stylish start by sharing the wedding of teenage sweethearts Mike and Cara, who have been together since the tender age of sixteen.
While we love to see couples going all out with an imaginative themed wedding, we also feel there’s nothing better than a celebration that is simple and elegant in its appearance, as is the case today.
Bride Cara decided to steer clear of gimmicks and plan a classic and romantic big day, complete with a chic muted colour scheme and picturesque venue.
For us the stand out part of the wedding has to be Cara’s choice of attire – her Maggie Sottero fitted dress and floor-length veil are nothing short of sensational! We’re getting your week off to a beautiful start here on this stunning real wedding in The Lake District. Keen to make their big day both pretty and personal, Lucy and Chris, along with help from family and friends, styled the venue themselves and added little handmade touches along the way to make the occasion all the more memorable. We didn’t have a theme as such, we just wanted the day to be personal to us, and be different to any other wedding that our friends and family might go to. Our colour scheme was neutral romantic creams and golds.
Today’s real wedding couple chose two historic venues brimming with character and charm for their big day celebrations, which took place in the North West of the country. Following a ceremony in the church where the groom’s parents had married 34 years previous, the happy couple and their guests moved onto The Old Grammar School in Middleton, for the reception to get underway.
We love the simplicity & elegance of this wedding which also features pops of colour and personality to make it stand out from the crowd.
Today’s real wedding couple chose their venue because it provided something that little different – and looking at their images, we can see why it ticked boxes. Rustic and minimalist, with a modern edge, the white wash brick structure with beautiful exposed beams, does a lot of the talking for itself.
Opting to keep things simple, they then just added a few simple decorative touches here and there in white gypsophila and rustic bird cages to complete their dream setting. We chose The Ridings School as it was a little different from your run-of-the-mill wedding venue and was something that we could put our own stamp on. We decided to stick to a very simple colour scheme of green and white to complement the theme.
All the wedding flowers were sourced and arranged by my best friend and chief bridesmaid, Claudia.
We loved the giant ‘love’ letters that we had seen about so decided to hire some for the wedding, which looked great in the photos.
We had a beautiful wedding cake which was made by my mum and multi-talented friend, Claudia. The rest of the food on the wedding day was taken care of by Black Peppermint and was absolutely delicious.
We also made our own photo booth by hiring a large frame so guests could have their photos taking whilst posing in it using a Polaroid camera.
For our honeymoon we went to Sri Lanka and the Maldives and then stopped off at Dubai on the way home to see some friends.
My top tip to other Brides Up North would be to organise the big things early on and then you can really enjoy the run up to the wedding. A little later than planned (we’ve been in recovery from another very busy weekend of wonderful wedding inspiration!), but worth waiting for, we bring you the super gorgeous wedding of Brides Up North reader Julia and her brand new husband Alex. Living in Milan at the time, Alex had planned a trip down to Rome for my birthday – unbeknownst to me he was ducking into the toilet on the train trying to call my dad at every opportunity to ask him for permission to marry me! We knew we wanted to get married in the summer, and I was under strict instructions from Alex to avoid the football season due to our football mad families. We’ve had many romantic weeks and even a few New Year’s Eves in Windermere up in the Lake District over our 6 year relationship. Our wedding day was inspired by a weekend we had in Cinque Terre when we were still living in Italy. Our colour scheme was coral and greens – I wanted to remind us of the stunning Mediterranean colours and vibrancy of Cinque Terre – even though we were celebrating with guests in the English Lakes, it really worked with the beauty of another special place for Alex and I. My signature scent was the spicy and oriental Calincantus by the ancient apothecary Santa Maria Novella in Florence.
Alex is into his style so he knew early on that he wanted a tailored three-piece suit in navy blue. I bought him some solid silver cufflinks in the shape of white roses (the symbol of Yorkshire for my Yorkshire groom) from an amazing lady on Etsy called Sarah-Jane Egan based in Caerphilly. The groomsmen wore navy blue two-piece suits from Charles Trywhitt in Leeds with silk green ties with leaves on them. But our (joint!) real favourite part of the day was turning around to our guests in the church as we were about to walk down the aisle to see their faces when our brother in law Richard began to play us out to ‘Match of the Day’ on his piano! Our guests had come from far and wide – even as far as the USA and Italy so we wanted everyone to relax. I travelled to the church with my parents and my 4-year-old niece in a 1937 Rolls Royce which was fabulous and owned by the lovely Tony Henderson at Lakeland Wedding Cars. My flowers were my favourite things about the day (after marrying the love of my life, of course!) We chose Jane Thompson at Flower Design early on – she’s based in Blackpool and made time for us on our flying visits back from Italy.
In the church we had posies to match the flowers in the bouquets, tied in little jars at the pew-ends. The Merewood’s dining tables were decorated with the gorgeous crystal cake plinths topped with relaxed designs featuring a stunning combination of roses, peonies, hydrangeas, gloriosa rothschild and sweet peas and foliage with Italian Olive foliage, with real peaches and apricots scattered about.
We took lots of our flowers to our minimoon hotel which was close by and scattered them around our suite.
We used the very patient Kerry from Project Pretty in Chester for our Save the Dates and invitations, the green backgrounds and coral flowers hinted at our colour scheme. I also designed the order of services for the church and my mum got these printed out in Liverpool.
I also made the confetti out of coloured tissue paper and the confetti cones out of doilies which everyone used outside the church. My bridesmaid Kate made the card sign which we hung on a vintage wicker picnic basket and bunting out of gorgeously pretty floral material, it looked so lovely on the day. I also bought tasseling for the sweet table and pom poms from Decopoms on Etsy which were dotted around the bar area. Instead of favours we had a sweet table which my bridesmaid Claire organised the sweets for. Lorna saved us two cakes and we ate these the next day in our suite with some champagne at the Gilpin and wallowed in the love. Our first dance was to Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Everywhere’ – they’re one of our favourite bands and we learned a fun 2 minute routine with Emma-Joy at All Steps who visited our house to teach us. I would whole-heartedly recommend the Merewood, it’s intimate enough to feel like home but grand enough to really make the day special.
We spent 3 romantic days at the Gilpin Lodge near Windermere in a garden suite with our private hot-tube, next to a very interested family of llamas. Our proper honeymoon or maximoon is in October this year and we are going to India for three weeks. Make time for each other throughout the day were you take in everything that is going on around you.
As soon as Brides Up North sponsor James Tracey, told us he’d shot a Halifax couple’s new york, new york we knew it would be good, but it isn’t good – it’s flippin’ fantastic, as you’ll see for yourselves. Keen travellers Anna and Andy chose to go all out with their wedding by saying their ‘I dos’ in the iconic Central Park before hailing down a taxi cab, with James in tow, to travel around the city’s top tourist spots stopping for amazing photograph opportunities along the way. It’s amazing how time seems to stand still for Anna and Andy’s intimate moments on their big day but the bustling city of New York keeps going at lightening pace in background. We knew it was going to be hot in New York at that time of year and had planned to travel round the city immediately after getting married with James Tracey our photographer so we could document our day with some of the famous iconic sites of New York. I chose a simple but elegant ivory dress wore from Ghost and some Jimmy Choo champagne peep toe shoes.

Andy wore a dark blue Hugo Boss suit with a thin black tie, white shirt, black shoes and belt.
On the wedding day we travelled around in a traditional New York yellow taxi and I carried a bouquet of ivory roses wrapped with ivory ribbon.
We would highly recommend our photographer James to anyone looking for a wedding photographer.
We only told close family we were getting married and then sent anonymous save the dates out for a secret wedding reception party back in Halifax.
For our reception in the UK we chose to use A Little Bit of Eden, who are based in Sowerby Bridge, to provide the flowers. This item will be sent through the Global Shipping Programme and includes international tracking. By clicking Confirm bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. By clicking 1 Click Bid, you are agreeing to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. This is a private listing and your identity will not be disclosed to anyone except the seller. For parts or not working: An item that does not function as intended or is not fully operational. Youa€™ll see an estimated delivery date - opens in a new window or tab based on the sellera€™s dispatch time and delivery service.
You could put everyone’s name on a puzzle piece, with part of a photo or quote on the back, that will fit with the others at their table to make a completed puzzle,.
We are doing the puzzle guestbook for our wedding because it’s such an original idea.
In the evening we had a meal at a restaurant with Australasian cuisine and then went onto a couple of champagne bars. I wanted an autumn wedding, as I love the oranges and reds on the trees at that time of year, and the grounds at our venue were amazing, so I wanted to make the most of them. Chris got down on one knee whilst we were walking with the dog during a holiday to visit some of Chris’s family who live in Cumbria. We had looked at a few venues but New House Farm was the only place that we could fully customise to our own taste and let our imaginations run wild! Spring would have been too soon, summer too popular, so we settled for autumn and set the date for 24th October 2015. We also knew we wanted a venue that resembled a barn and that would require very minimal decoration. Its natural charm was further enhanced by Lee and Jane with the use of lots of twinkling fairy lights, which draped elegantly across the ceiling. It a beautiful sunny evening and the night before my 40th birthday, needless to say lots of champagne was consumed! Dates at our chosen venue, The Ridings School at Calke Abbey, Derby, were quite limited so rather than change the timing of it, we opted for a Friday.
We also wanted to involve as many friends as possible in the planning to make it more personal.
I picked elements of different dresses which I loved and she made me a bespoke gown which I absolutely loved! Mum made the huge bottom tier and top tier, which were fruit cake, and Claudia made the middle tiers and iced it all. It was the perfect combination of destinations and we would recommend them to other couples in search of honeymoon ideas. Disguising a trip home as ‘lads university reunion’ Alex assembled the ‘Ring Squad’ – made up of his parents, brother and very lovely cousin to help choose a ring for me. On our second night in Rome, Alex asked me to come out onto our balcony that was picked intentionally with its towering view of the Eternal City, as we were getting ready to go out. It’s also somewhere we used to go as kids with our families before we met – weirdly enough!
It was a year to the day until we got married and we walked between the stunning Italian towns on the coast. I tried on a few ballgowns and they really didn’t suit my curvy figure, so I narrowed my search down to sweetheart neckline with a trumpet style fit and flare gown.
I wanted the drama of a chapel length veil for our church wedding but also the blusher over my face, which I could flick back and wear all day. I found Michelsberg Tailors in Leeds’ Victoria Arcade on a wedding blog, and the process began.
They all wore them differently to suit their figures and they were all floor length versions. I made their headbands with flowers from H&M and a very interesting few hours with a glue gun in my parents’ kitchen. In the morning myself, my mum and my three bridesmaids donned our floral robes and sipped prosecco. No one expected it and both families are huge football fans so we got a great reaction – even some high 5s as we made our way out of the church! We hired a Routemaster bus from Classic Buses to collect everyone at the Merewood and take the guests to and from the church. He’d shot a wedding of a friend a few years back in Manchester’s Victoria Baths and I loved his style. The peonies changed throughout the day and opened up, I really loved how they looked and the scent was to die for. Jane used the same flowers on the top table in a range of different glass vases and vessels, they were so pretty in the afternoon sunlght. Kerry also made the menus for each table which we stood up on old Prosecco corks we collected in Italy. I collected family wedding photographs from both sets of parents of their own weddings and the weddings of their parents and they took pride of place in the hall way of the Merewood next to Alex’s Roman head which he has had since he was about 15! I loved how they looked against the flowers. We also hired gold Cheltenham chairs from Lancashire Event Hire, they tied in with the gold tones throughout the day. I found the frame in a charity shop and painted it and bought the lace to string the tables onto it from a craft shop.
We decided early on that the cake would be from Betty’s, choosing between them was the hard part. They’re a covers band with great vocals and a trumpeter and saxophonist so they played all sorts from Prince to Daft Punk and Shaka Khan.
We had a close family friend, Richard, who is a super talented pianist play the music in the church. Our guests loved it and it really set the tone for the night – the second song was ‘You Can Call Me Al’ for Alex! Lorna and her team quite frankly know their weddings so if something really won’t work they’ll tell you and suggest an alternative. We’ll visit India’s spiritual centre in Rishikesh (the home of yoga), the have a few days in Delhi, then head to Agra and the Taj Mahal, then we’ll go on safari in Ranthambore and hopefully see some tigers, followed by a few nights in Jaipur (the Pink City) and Udaipur to the stunning lake. It goes in the blink of an eye, so it’s important to have a few parts of the day alone to appreciate what you have achieved and what it means now for both of you. My birthday fell on a Friday this year and in New York you can only get married in Central Park Monday to Thursday, so we picked the nearest date. Last time we were there I found out I was pregnant with Isabel shortly after returning home. I took some inspiration from Pippa Middleton as thought she looked amazing when she was bridesmaid for her sister and I liked the style of what she wore. We announced to everyone that we had got married on the 26th June and then sent out passport style invites to the wedding reception, which were designed by The Wedding Angels in Huddersfield. I’ve used this florist a number of times before and they do great quality flowers with a difference. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. By clicking Confirm bid you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.

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Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods and will depend on when your payment clears - opens in a new window or tab. While we were out Mike had arranged for the hotel staff to go into our room and fill it with rose petals and candles. It was elegant without all of the ‘old’ soft furnishings that you can tend to get with manor houses. Unfortunately Chris had forgotten that Surprise View is a bit of a tourist hotspot and the engagement nearly happened in front of a coach full of sightseers! Chris also used to go there for afternoon tea with his grandparents and mum when he was a child, so the family link was a lovely touch. Having known each other since our university years and lived together as a couple for five years we had spoken about marriage a number of times. The jewellers were Michael Levin of Nottingham who specialise in antique pieces, which I’d long before fallen for on a shopping trip to the city. He got down on one knee and asked me to be his wife and pulled out the most beautifully sparkly ring I have ever seen. We both decided on the Lakes pretty early in the planning – we’re both from the North (me from Liverpool and Alex from Bradford) so we wanted somewhere meaningful but a middle ground.
They’re five fishing towns in Liguria made up of warm copper colours, with yellow and pinks, with lots of luscious plants and the sea close by. My headpiece was from Glitzy Secrets and the flowers worked really well with the lace of my dress. I also wore a vintage pearl bracelet from the gorgeous antique jewellers in Nottingham which is where all our rings are from. I loved how they looked with their bouquets and they swished around the dance floor in them all night. Their shoes were strappy light gold sandals from Dune and I bought them rose gold tear-drop earrings to wear on the day.
Lorna set up a table in the bridal suite for me and the bridesmaids to have breakfast which was lovely. That was such a proud and fun moment for both of us – we literally floated out of the church. I sourced a vintage ticket clipper for my bus geek of an Uncle Brian who was able to clip pretend tickets for everyone getting on the bus with the help of his granddaughter.
Alex and I then travelled back in the car to the Merewood and sipped a few glasses of bubbles in the back. He captured all the emotions of a wedding day and we booked him very early on in the process. In our pre-meet a few weeks before the meeting she made prototypes of my bouquet and the table settings. We chose low flower displays so our guests could enjoy the Lakeland countryside from the Merewood’s huge windows. I also covered the J & A with special paper and glue to sit alongside these bits in the hallway of the Merewood to make it more personal. We hired the jars and containers from local wedding stylist Amy Brunton at Sure to Surprise You and Amy styled the dresser with lace and pearls.
In the end we went for three-tiered cake with two layers of their famous fondant fancies and the top layer was iced Swiss Sacher chocolate and apricot cake. I entered to a really special song for both of us, the Cinematic Orchestra’s ‘To Build A Home’, and we left the church on a high with ‘Match of the Day’. We enjoyed lots of great food and some lovely spa treatments, as well as a cruise on Windermere.
Isabel then opened the ring box she was holding and took the ring out put it on herself and gave me the empty box! We also both love travelling and wanted to do something different whilst also getting married abroad.
He is easy to work with, friendly, understanding and helps you relax in front of the camera – which is often how you get the best pictures! At the reception we also had a traditional sweet stall and photo booth, which was provided by Dreambooth. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable.
It would be a great icebreaker and fun way to have something unique and special relating back to you at each table. We also loved the fact that it was completely exclusive and that the venue had 30 rooms for our guests to stay in. Hazel at New House Farm was just so easy to deal with and let us really put our own mark on the space. Father Bob was really good at making the service enjoyable for people who weren’t religious; we had so many moving comments from guests about the ceremony and it was really inclusive.
A few weeks later, on a whim my mum and I went to Society Brides  in Liverpool city centre and they had just received Sophia Tolli’s dreamy lace Brienne and they persuaded me to try it on. Our pre-shoot in April was really fun with James, even though it was blowing a gale in Manchester, he still made us laugh and we loved the photos.
I loved how it turned out! We also hired a huge light up heart from Megan at Typical Type, this was really fun later on on the dancefloor and we got some great group shots after hours with it!
It came with the most stunning solid silver cake stand and knife which were nearly 100 years old. Everyone danced all night, it was wonderful to see everyone letting their hair down and partying with us. They looked after every single guest and worked so hard to make everything run smoothly. Planning a wedding from aboard can be tough, but Lorna and the team at the Merewood were great over email and kept us updated on things. Following the proposal, Andy took me to our favourite hotel for the night, The Devonshire Arms, Bolton Abbey. The good thing about the venue is that there are plenty of different rooms so people could do what they wanted.
The reception was held at The Old Grammar School in Middleton, which is a historic venue with all the character and charm that I was after. It had the stunning views of Windermere we wanted, plus it was such a historic mansion (once the home of the Earl of Lonsdale) with beautiful interiors. My flowers by Jane Thompson at Flower Design, reflected these colours and included many Italian foliage. We had so much fun with utterly adorable Katie Tweedale our hairdresser for the day, and the fabulous Bridget Foster on make-up who were loving our 1990s playlist and our Liverpudlian humour! On our wedding day, James brought along the lovely Daniel Lloyd Photography who assisted on the day.
The chain that own the reception venue, Ricci’s Group, are well known for serving up fantastic food. I fell in love with the place when I first saw it online and it was even more impressive when we first visited! The two of them were really good at getting in there and getting on with things and letting us get back to our guests.
It just made for a really relaxed environment where people could enjoy the day and evening. We delayed telling our friends and family until the next day (we let our parents know), so that we could truly live in the moment that we’d created. She went out of her way to make things happen for us and it was like coming home every time we came to visit the venue. We also wanted our guests to experience something a bit different than the standard wedding sit down meal.
On arrival guests were served with either a Hendricks mojito or American beer and the food was a personalised selection of Michael Ricci’s menus from across his three restaurants.

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