Emma and Stacey’s Alnwick Treehouse wedding was an emotional, intimate celebration that included their closest friends and family in a rustic, magical outdoor ceremony under the woodland canopy. The gorgeous treehouse nestled high in the treetops was the perfect magical and unique setting that incorporated the couple’s outdoor hobbies and love of nature with stunning walkways in the sky, rope bridges, and twinkling lights for serious fairytale vibes. With a natural color palette of sage greens, pale pinks and ivory, floral design by The Little Flower House complimented the striking panorama views of the English countryside in a gorgeous and authentic fête. Belle Art Photography, a friend of the couple, captured a series of beautiful, heartfelt and tender moments of this incredibly sweet, happy pair – including plenty of shots of couple’s adorable cockapoo, Stanley, as ring bearer.
Emma and Stacey
Alnwick Treehouse, Northumberland, England
We wanted a venue that meant something to us and we had spent one of our first dates at the treehouse and fell in love with it. We hoped our wedding was a reflection of us as a couple andthings that we enjoy together.
We had a rustic wedding with the tables named after our favourite walks and subtly incorporated a bird theme as our hobbies are walking and bird watching. It was important to us that we had an intimate wedding with our closest friends and family which made it extra special.
Stacey‘s processional – Heartbeats by José Gonzales
Emma‘s processional – Butterflies by Lucy Spraggan
Recessional – She’s so lovely by Scouting for Girls
First Dance – First Day of My Life by Bright Eyes
We both wrote our own vows so hearing those was very emotional. Our cockapoo (Stanley) was our ring bearer, and straight after we said our “I do’s” he let out a big howl which made everyone laugh. He definitely stole the show!
As we were signing the register ‘Dream Catch Me’ by Newton Faulkner came on but it was sang by Emma! She had done a secret recording a few weeks before and it was a lovely surprise on the day.
We were generally very pleased with our photographs as they were natural and in keeping with the theme. Everyone really enjoyed the sparkler send off and the photos looked magical!
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Belle Art Photography
Venue – Alnwick Treehouse
Floral Design – The Little Flower House
Invitations – Huzzah Stationary Company
Wedding Dress – Maggie Sottero
Bride’s Apparel – Marc Darcy
Wedding Party’s Apparel – Marc Darcy
Rings – Jewellers Guild
Congratulations to Emma and Stacey on their beautifully rustic treetop ceremony and special thanks to Belle Art Photography for capturing so much love and happiness on their wedding day! For more rustic treehouse inspiration, check out this sweet and intimate treehouse elopement in The Netherlands!