After doing a Pinterest board and blog about Easter Weddings, we were very excited to see how last weekend’s brides and grooms incorporated the Easter theme into their big day. It was great to see how differently two couples can take the theme and make it their own; Friday’s wedding had a mixture of two themes; they had a very traditional Easter theme, but also a record theme too.
Pimms and Buck’s Fizz were served in the Archer’s Hall along with a selection of nibbles. The Hall was kept plain and simple, with only cream bunting and Ufton’s Coat of Arms which hang on the back wall of the Hall. The vinyl records and album covers were placed around the room on the window sills, making sure the hall didn’t look too overcrowded. The Easter theme was kept to one small table in the middle of the room which was a table set up for the children to do an Easter egg hunt. There were traditional chicks and eggs in bright and pastel colours, it screamed Easter!
The vinyls were put onto a table plan so that the guests could see where they would be seated. We hadn’t seen a table plan like this before, it was really fun and unique.
The evening then took a sweeter turn, with a fun and bright sweets table with cupcakes and classic pick n mix sweets in big retro jars with traditional pink and white bags. Dotted around the cupcakes and sweet jars were the traditional chicks once again, keeping the theme incorporated throughout every aspect of the day. The guests then took to the dance floor and enjoyed a bar full of some of our local favourites like West Berkshire Brewery’s Mr Chubbs Lunch Time Bitter.