Theme: Outside Inside
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Theme: Outside Inside

As the cold nights draw in and winter starts to appear on the horizon, an indoor wedding looks far more attractive than braving the elements! But you can still have a gloriously beautiful garden themed wedding with an ‘Outside-Inside’ wedding theme!

With all the beauty of a fresh English garden, bring a little of the outside into your décor with fresh flowers, greenery and ultra cool staging.


Go greenhouse! Orangery or glasshouse weddings give you natural light, huge glass walls as well as glass ceilings – perfect to give you that natural backdrop and bring as much of the outside in, in a natural way.

Theme: Outside Inside
Images clockwise from top left: unknown; Copper and Blossom; Pablo Laguia; Love Struck Photo


Use LOADS of fresh flowers! And don’t be afraid to get creative. Floral arches, hanging installations, table runners, centrepieces… the fragrance will be epic and the display will be so impressive.

Theme: Outside Inside
Images clockwise from top left: Valorie Darling Photography; Callaway Gable Photography; Justine Ungaro; Ever After Photographers; Rachel A Clingen


Don’t forget the greenery! Ever thought of bringing actual trees inside? Why not?! They create architectural interest and soften the harsh lines of the building.

Theme: Outside Inside
Images clockwise from top left: Gem Photography; Love Struck Photo; Rhythm Photography

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If you’re after a garden wedding, think of your menu, stationery and extras – how about cute little barbeque canapes? Add lots of natural images and colours to your stationery, vines make great borders, and how about a garden photo booth or afternoon tea style dessert table with vintage teapots and crockery?

Theme: Outside Inside
Images clockwise from top left: Blanche Paperie; Kelly Judd Photography; Jon Hartman Photography Co; Pablo Laguia; Elizabeth Solano Photography


Greens, soft pinks, pale oranges all scream ‘rose garden’! And you’ve got the luxury of being able to go with a myriad of colours, just like a garden. Instead of one colour, maybe choose either a ‘soft’ or ‘vibrant’ palette. This gives you the flexibility to choose a range of colours, and keep a relaxed palette.

Theme: Outside Inside
Images clockwise from top left: Luna de Mare Photography; The Food Collective; Rebecca Denton Photography; Mango Studios

Head over to our style and themes pages for more inspiration.