Lucy and Andre are giving us all the boho country vibes today with their at-home Wiltshire wedding! The palette of dusty pinks, greens, and purples complemented the countryside landscape while the boho-inspired details and Lucy’s Grace Loves Lace gown added a whimsical feel that was perfect for a summer celebration. The couple and their loved ones poured their hearts into the decor, the desserts, and the bar, making this wedding feel as charming and heartfelt as could be. Virginia Photography truly captured the enchanting feel of this Wiltshire wedding in every single photo!
Lucy and Andre
Church of St. John the Baptist and Private Residence, Wiltshire, United Kingdom
Our wedding was my parents’ house in the Cotswold, which is an idyllic spot. We are both quite relaxed and hated the idea of having a formal stuffy wedding. So, boho country vibes was a no brainer!
I know weddings are meant to be about one couple but, for us, it was a day full of so much love for our friends and family…and friends who have turned into family. We both say our favourite part of the day was taking a step away, looking back and saying to each other: “This is epic! All the people that we love more than anything in the world are all here in one place.” For that reason, it was truly the best day of lives!
We brewed the beer for the wedding and the favours, and I also made the blackberry vodka shots from blackberries I had picked in the village. A friend made our cake, we had lots of friends make things for our sweets table, and we made loads of decorations to deck out the whole place ourselves!
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Virginia Photography
Ceremony Venue – Church of St. John the Baptist
Floral Design – The Allotment Florist
Live Music – Motown Gold
Wedding Dress – Grace Loves Lace
Rentals – The Classic Crockery
Tent – Flint Marquees
Congratulations to Lucy and Andre, and a big thanks to Virginia Photography for sharing this lovely Wiltshire wedding with Junebug! Love these laid-back country vibes? This shabby chic Virginia wedding at The Barn at Timber Creek took cues from the Italian countryside!