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Need some wedding theme inspiration? Top UK photographer Aga Williams from AJ Williams Photography shares pictures from four of her favourite weddings that could inspire your own big day…

Ashley and Mike

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Theme: British Vintage

This lovely wedding had a very British vintage feel to it, from the wedding car – a forties Morris Minor, to the equally vintage bus that was straight out of a seaside poster.

Tea and cupcakes were served by a suitably eccentric team of land girls and the groom completed the look with a straw boater, a striped blazer and brown and white co-ordinating shoes. The first dance, was a beautifully choreographed and energetic Jump and Jive routine that really rounded off an amazing celebration.

Alison and Mark

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Theme: Brighton Seaside

After a beautiful ceremony in the Brighton Pavilion and Chinois music room, we took a trip along the Brighton promenade in a vintage roller. After passing the fish and chip shops and candy stores, we finally arrived on the pebbles to stare across the green channel.

The bride gave us a few twirls of her voluptuous magenta petticoat on the bandstand and then it was back to the reception for tea, cake and Brighton rock that featured the couple’s names running through it.

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Theme: Oriental

Despite the European couture, this wedding had a definite oriental flavour. It began with traditionally fun Chinese games, that featured a series of hilarious forfeits, performed by the groom and his ushers.

The day was accentuated by a host of pink, paper parasols and, naturally, a 10-course Chinese banquet, fortune cookies and lots of brandy.

Natalie and Scott

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Theme: Parisian Chic

Simplicity and elegance were the main themes at this wedding. However, there was also a distinct Parisian twist to the decorations and favours, with old luggage labels attached to pretty china-blue boxes, that contained yummy macaroons and Eiffel tower place names. The whole theme was beautifully connected with splashes of midnight blue that ran through the decorations and stationery.

The wedding gown was a stunning piece of hauté couture, with its huge, swishy train that really completed the feel of understated elegance and style.

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