Jenny Packham Parma Opal Wedding Gown for a marquee reception at home with rustic DIY decor and cakes and high street Bridesmaid Dresses.
Outdoor hay bale seating area with fire pit lit up by festoon lights | Rustic Wedding | DIY Decor | Wedding at Home | Marquee Reception | | Image by Rebecca Douglas Photography | http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/vic-alex/
A wedding gown by Enzoani fora an English back garden DIY wedding in Surrey. With hand picked flowers and Bridesmaids dresses from French Connection and Alfred Sung. The Groom wears a classic morning suit.
Hay bales as seating for the outdoor wedding ceremony in an English Country Garden - Image by Lola Rose Photography - A wedding gown by Enzoani for an English back garden DIY wedding in Surrey. With hand picked flowers and Bridesmaids dresses from French Connection and Alfred Sung. The Groom wears a classic morning suit.
This is Heidi's cottage, 'Elaman Puu', which means Tree of Life. It's built with a variety of natural building techniques with a rubble trench, earthbag stem walls dressed in stone, birch bark damp-proof membrane beneath the straw bales on the northern walls with cob and cordwood to the south and a reciprocal roof on a roundwood frame. All of the materials were harvested locally. See more at www.naturalhomes.org/treeoflife.htm
The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm