This afternoon we’re off to the rugged West of Ireland for a truly atmospheric engagement shoot.
Alexis and Emmanuelle braved four seasons in a day, rugged landscapes and secluded beaches allowing Thierry from Pretty Days to capture some magnificent images of the lovely pair.
The wilderness suits them too; they both look very at home amongst the greenery.
The images of them getting ready together are very touching too, there is a tenderness between the pair which shines through in every image.
Yes it’s actually a thing – or at least Daisy and James have certainly made it a thing. Think super sophisticated fashion and an abundance of feminine white blooms mixed with giant multi-coloured balloons, a unicorn and a giraffe wearing a hat. This is one of the most bonkers weddings style wise we’ve ever featured and I LOVE IT. It’s completely brilliant.
I am in raptures over the bridesmaids co-ordinating navy nail polish and Daisy’s Eastern inspired hand jewellery, it’s all just so achingly cool. Of course it’s not just the decor and details that make a wedding awesome, it’s how much of a good time everyone is having and this bunch are having A REALLY GOOD time. Gutted I wasn’t invited.
You really must take a moment to read about the foody details too – the most amazing menu ever!
If you regularly stop by the blog then you’ll already know that the RMW team is fond of a DIY project or two. In the past we’ve bought you CD mixtape favours, rubber stamp stationery, cake flag toppers, miniature wreaths, golden swings and a whole heap of glittery goodness to name a few.
If you missed out on these splendid projects the first time round then have no fear; all you need to do is to click on the grey ‘DIY Projects‘ tab just underneath the RMW logo and it will take you to a dedicated page containing all the DIYs ever to have featured on the site.
I know, how awesome is that?!
And so, onto the topic of today’s post which I’m sure you’ve guessed by now is another crafting beauty. This time we’ll be showing you lovelies how to create a bespoke table plan for your wedding reception using luggage labels and badges. Well you know us, if there’s ever a chance to incorporate a badge or two into W-Day decor then we’ll use it…
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I’m not sure where to begin with Rachel and Alex’s super stylish affair. There are just so many beautiful details and the whole day just looks so elegant and well styled but still very relaxed.
The best place to start is probably with Rachel’s divine Catherine Deane gown. The boned bodice creates such a beautiful shape and I’ll forever love the delicate fall of silk-chiffon. The Bridesmaids dresses are so pretty too – the perfect shade of pinky nude to add some femininity to the day without being too girly.
I think we’ll move on to the flowers next – wonderfully oversized, rustic bouquets, single stems in quirky metallic and glass vases and then there’s that hanging flower box…
Not to mention the art deco style wooden table numbers, the rustic stationery in grey, duck egg blue and gold, the mirrored table plan, the dapper Groom and Groomsmen in navy…it’s all just so stylish.
Not only is the wedding easy on the eye, but the atmosphere looks incredible too, from the champagne popping moment during the ceremony, to the marquee filled with dancing bodies at the end of the evening, this is a truly special wedding.
I always find castle weddings really magical and today’s is no exception.
Lucy and David married at Hazlewood Castle which has been in the family estate of the Vavasours since Norman times and was mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086! That’s some impressive history.
Lucy chose to wear the elegant and sparkling Foxglove by Jenny Packham which looks divine on her. The sheer sleeves are just so pretty and delicate. It’s the perfect gown to match the vintage China, all of which comes from Lucy and David’s own collection…
If I had such a beautiful stash, I’d be eating High Tea everyday! And what a lovely way to include your family history in your wedding day.
Today’s wedding also includes the two cheekiest page boys I’ve seen for a while, but it looks like the twosome had an awesome day. And I think we can safely say, so did Lucy and David.
Hello all you lovely ‘I really should be working but instead I’m having a quick browse on RMW‘ readers! It feels like my last post was ages ago, so I had better update you all on what has been going on all things wedding-related since then. Clearly I haven’t been keeping myself busy enough because I’ve just signed up to do a half marathon…yep that happened, and it’s in 9 weeks time. I must have been on the prosecco at the time (it was a Tuesday lunchtime while at work, but we’ll go with the prosecco story).
Firstly, SHOCK HORROR, still no spreadsheet. Well, not really anyway. We vaguely tried to cobble one together and have since not looked at it. So far our guest list exists on a piece of scrap paper, hidden under some magazines in the kitchen. Or maybe it’s in The Man Draw..? Either way, it’s not progressed very far! But now we’re starting to look in to some of the key parts of our wedding (aside from the venue with the amazing staircase), I suppose I’m going to have crank out the old Excel.
*gets distracted and cracks open wine*
Ross and Nik’s big day at Stone Barn is a real sweet treat of a wedding for you lovelies this morning. Bursting at the seams with elegance and thoughtful details I’m positive that you’re going to love this modern “I Do” with its neutral colour scheme amidst splashes of polka dots.
I’m not sure that I’ve seen a bride who is A) smiles as much as Nik does and B) carries off a fringe with such aplomb but she does both in spades. And that’s not the only thing she does so well.
You see Nik and Ross have quite clearly poured all their hearts and emotion into the styling and planning of this big day and they’ve definitely pulled it off. From the silver framed photos of loved parents and grandparents on their own wedding days, to the table numbers and wedding signage I’ve fallen more than a little bit for this delicious wedding.
I think you might too…
Granted it’s been absolutely flipping boiling these last few days so what better then to cool you down than to immerse yourself in the snowy adventure that is Justin and Maddie’s wedding.
That’s right folks, this afternoon we’re jetting off to colder climes to Chamonix in France no less to gawp at the wonderful details in this Winter do. The fashion for a start is pretty darn awesome with Justin looking every bit the dapper groom in his trilby hat and scarf and Maddie completing her glitzy Jenny Packham number with a full length cloak and off-white bouquet.
I’m also as smitten as a kitten with their skiing inspired paper pretty – from their ‘lift passes’ through to their customised guestbook.
Oh and we can never say no to a groom who swoops up his new wife in his arms for some impromptu romance. Utterly adorable.