Champagne and hay bales? Sounds like the perfect summer’s day.

Suzanne & Richard’s fabulous festival-themed wedding, is the stuff glamping dreams are made of. Combining a chic country wedding with a bohemian camping vibe, and adding a dash of rustic harvest hues, this gorgeous day has got it all.

With every tiny detail captured by Joanne Spencer of Spencer Photography, she tells us a little bit more about the special day… “Suzanne & Richard married in simple, English church in a small village in Lancashire. This was followed with celebrations that took place on the groom’s parent’s private estate – all of the guests arrived at the reception, were greeted with champagne, and mingled on the back lawn of Richard’s parents beautiful, typical english country home. The bride & groom organised glamping tents for guests to stay in for the wedding, and they named the whole event ‘WedFest’!”

Gingham, bunting, wellies and hay bales, along with an old village church, a beautiful garden, lavender details, and charcuterie refreshments – from the overall concept to the creative touches, this unique wedding is bursting at the tent seams with inspiration…

Wow. What a perfect Glastonbury-style garden party? I’m swooning over the hay bale circle, the cheery sunflower centre-pieces, and of course, the sweet idea to have a “head chef” at each table dishing out the fare.

And in the centre of all the tents and bunting, the gorgeous Richard & Suzanne enjoying every second – thanks so much for sharing your unique wedding.

For further weird, wonderful and whimsical wedding inspiration, check out more Unique Real Weddings + our Rustic Wedding board on Pinterest.

Photographer: Spencer Photography / Rentals: Cariad Canvas / Flowers & Decor: Flowerbank / Catering: The Borough / Pre-Ceremony Venue: The Castle Inn