We’ve had our eyes on this gorgeous wedding ever since we saw the photo of the lovely bride Lynsey doing a speech in front of those YAAAS balloons – and we’re thrilled to say we’ve got the whole modern mid-century wedding on the blog today, held at Dalduff Barn.
The wonderful Sam and Sequoia at Mirrorbox Photography were behind the lens on this one, and when we asked them why they loved this wedding so damn much they told us that Lynsey and Chris were just lovely, lovely people to spend time with. I think this comes across SO clearly in the pictures – so full of love and laughter and life and joy.
Dalduff Barn is a rustic blank canvas, which Lynsey and Chris decorated with slogan balloons and fluffy boho florals to bring the space to life. Lynsey’s bridesmaids and bridesman went first, in white collared wrap dresses and a burgundy suit respectively, before Lynsey walked down in a beautiful sequinned wedding dress by Rolling in Roses, which she bought from Unbridaled in Ayrshire.
After the ceremony, the guests all gathered outside for celebratory drinks and horse pats whilst the barn was turned around for the meal. What had been the end of the aisle now formed the backdrop for Lynsey and Chris at their seats, and the trestle tables featured bud jars of cute dried flowers to bring the room together.
And speaking of tables…let’s just discuss that cake table, shall we? Lynsey is actually a cakemaker herself, so it was bound to be spectacular. The eight tier (EIGHT!) cake featured sharp edges, texture, marble, art deco patterns, gold finish and flowers, resulting in the mid-century style wedding cake of dreams. And as if that wasn’t enough work, there was also a table of gateaux, cheesecake and other desserts to fuel guests for the dancefloor – which they hit hard. The music was another highlight of Sam and Sequoia’s: “it was brilliant all day, from the playlists they made themselves to the band in the evening.”
For all the mid century wedding deliciousness, see the gorgeous photos below – congratulations Lynsey and Chris!