When you read the groom lip syncs a song to his bride you know the wedding is going to be an absolute riot of fun. The images captured by Navyblur of this Northern Ireland wedding really encapsulate ALL the joy and smiles it has to offer. Both Hannah and Jody have infectious smiles, so be prepared to be ginning along with them as you soak up every last detail.
The delicate pastel colour scheme of this destination wedding, combined with the rustic decor and stunning French Chateau de Lartigolle as the backdrop make this one incredible outdoor wedding.
I love the mis-match cool mint bridesmaid gowns from the highstreet teamed with blush pink blooms and eucalyptus, and I couldn’t agree more with bride Jen when she says not to rule out any dresses, as the designs you think you won’t like could in fact turn out to be the one! Just like Jen’s breathtaking Jesús Peiró 3000 gown.
Now just before you whiz off to book a traditional French countryside retreat (because believe me you’ll want to), sit back relax and enjoy every last image from the super talented Petar Jurica.
Firstly lets start by saying bride Callie looks absolutely fierce in her lace Oleg Cassini gown from David’s Bridal, clinging in all the right place to show off her amazing figure. But being a plus size fashion blogger promoting body confidence all over the world we wouldn’t expect her to be anything but stunning.
Not only does Callie know a thing or two about fashion, she’s also a dab hand at DIY and decor. Spray painting tin cans and bottles in rose gold paint to match the sequin ASOS bridesmaid dresses and sourcing the most fabulous calligrapher to write on brown paper bag wedding favours and menus. I would also very much like to try an ice-cream sandwich from Milo & Hector’s Ice Cream Italian Piaggio. Those flavours. Nom, nom.
This traditional wedding looks like a fairytale dream come true. Set amongst the most picturesque English country manor house and complete with horse and carriage. All fairytales need a princess bride, and Leonie fits the bill perfectly in a truly gorgeous Renee L. Collections gown. The lace slash bardot neckline is exquisite and shows off her fabulous necklace beautifully.
Although this is a quintessently English country wedding, lots of gorgeous Chinese influences can be seen too, including the bright blooms and gorgeous wedding stationery by oh so talented Paperknots. Jessie Thomson along with her sister Westwood Design flowers have done an amazing job at planning and styling this beautiful day, and have now joined forces to give you the ultimate full planning service Studio Sorores.
The evening culminates in a sparkler exit before the gorgeous bride and groom jett off to their honeymoon in Santorini, but not before they delve into the sweetest “midnight snack” boxes. Mmm delic.
There is always a special place in our hearts for Shustoke Farm Barns in Birmingham, the architecture is absolutely spectacular and the team always come with such glowing reports. It’s why they are long standing members of our recommended supplier directory The Love Lust List.
Bride Daisy looks heavenly in a fitted Martina Liana gown from Coco & Kate bridal boutique (also a member of our directory), and have you seen the image of her veil and floral up do yet? I am definitely pinning that one. SO pretty. I also defy anybody not to get a lump in their throat when see the image of Daisy getting emotional at the altar with groom Karl holding her hand. All the feels.
As well as tones of emotion, Alex Tenters Photography has captured angles of Shustoke Farm Barns I never even knew existed, and the warm September light is. Just. Amazing. Not to mention the complimentary rustic green and white florals and decor. You simply have to stop what you’re doing and see this rustic wedding in all its glory, you won’t regret it.
Oxford is renowned for it’s boating on the river, so what better way to go from your traditional church ceremony to your contemporary Ashmolean museum reception than on a Salters Steamers boat. Including a live jazz band and passing a live boat race on route. What a treat.
And bringing a roaring twenties vintage vibe to the day is stunning bride Alice in a beaded Vicky Rowe ‘ Primrose’ gown. Wait until you hear the story of Alice’s bracelet gifted to her by her Dad too, not only it it incredibly beautiful, but it’ll tug on your heart strings.
Love Lust List recommended supplier Rachel Rose Weddings planned Charlotte & Nav an absolute gem of a destination wedding. Held on the private estate Casa Del Rio in the picturesque village of Benahavis, making it everything a Spanish wedding should be.
The beautiful secluded valley with the Andalucian Mountains as the background was not the only jaw dropping feature at this wedding, it was overloaded with pretty, from the gorgeous mix of rustic and vintage decor, to the romantic florals and not forgetting the Bride and Groom themselves.
Everything is captured beautifully by Radka Horvath Photography for you to pore over and pin, because believe me there’s more than a few ideas you’ll want to steal for your own. I’m looking at you cushioned seating area and lemonade stand.
Whilst looking through the stunning images by Tawny Photo of this gorgeous wedding it’s hard to believe it was all held in one location; Childerley Hall in Cambridge. Bride Chloe begins her day in an old chapel getting ready with her best girls, then the bridal party make their way down to the orchard for an intimate outdoor ceremony, followed by drinks on the lawn, picturesque portraits in the gardens, and culminating in a rustic reception in the barn. Talk about having it all.
Everybody looks amazing in gowns by Sottero & Midgley and & Other Stoires. Be sure to check out the wedding guests too as there is a lady in the matching floral trouser suit and also some fabulous hat action going on.
Like Editor Fern I think I have fallen for the industrial vibes at The West Mill in Derby. We featured it only last week at Sophie & Sam’s gorgeous day and I am delighted to see it again this afternoon at Clare & Tom’s stylish wedding.
S6 Photography has captured the iconic lighting, gorgeous open space and stripped back interiors perfectly, giving every couples portrait, ceremony picture and more an edgy backdrop to frame the memories.
Bringing a softer, more glamorous side to this contemporary wedding are the ladies elegant outfits. Bride Clare wears the most fabulous Charlie Brear separates which she looks utterly divine in, and if you haven’t already, you must check out her bridal up do, it’s so chic. By her side, looking just as stunning, her best girls wear sequin blush Adrianna Papell gowns which tie in beautifully with the copper decor and foil stationery.
All in all, an incredibly stylish Autumn wedding. Enjoy.