Festival weddings are all about the fun and today, we’ve got an editorial inspired by the bright and the beauty of a fun day out, and it all takes place at the beautiful country venue of Mayfield Farm.

Captured by Translucent Photography and Puzzleman Productions and dreamt up and planned by BB Event Planning, this was a styled shoot that, in planner Brittany’s words “shares a different concept for a wedding to show couples who are not wanting something traditional and more of a relaxed celebration.”

And relaxed it was, the fresh country air providing just the space this team needed for a heck of a lot of fun.

Guests invited in fun and vibrant style with bold, primary coloured and modern designed stationery pieces by That Paper Girl. A welcome sign, placed on a rainbow floral adorned arch (the floral details styles by Jessica Lea Floral Design and the arch from The Prop Sisters), welcoming guests to the fun.

There’s a photo booth by Belle Bus Co, lawn games by A Game of Love, plenty of four-legged friends, cute and corralled by Wedding Paws and because there is no better time to play to your inner child than a festival wedding, a (so aptly) wedding white jumping castle from Colourful Castles.

Our newlyweds, fun lovers, of course, themselves weaving their way from champagne toasting to castle jumping with all the glow you’d expect. Our beautiful bride, dressed by Story Book Bridal, styled with a loose, casual up-do by Upstyled By Josie and makeup by Brigette Alana. Our groom in a dapper bow tie and pieces from Connor.
The best part of a festival is the food, and a festival wedding is no different, this one bringing in tasty treats from Wandering Woodfire Oven and Nomad Kitchen BBQ alongside a stunning dessert table created by Styled By Tabitha and a bright and beautiful star of the show, a cake designed and made by Ems Cake Connection.  And for those guests who were thirsty? Bearded Brewer and vintage caravan bar Little Gracey showed up to the party in beautiful, thirst quenching style.

And of course, because you need a little music, a little dancing, our newlyweds and their bridesmaids and groomsmen making the most of the wide-open sky by hitting the dance floor (from Shoalhaven Party Hire) as the sun began to set.

And the final part of the day, our happy couple escaping for a moment along, complete with utterly romantic serenade thanks to Valley Beat Music as they swung over the golden fields, and celebrated their new beginning.

So who’s up to create their own festival wedding celebration based on the ideas in today’s editorial? Join us as we dive into this one, BYO popcorn and hotdogs!