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Beauty
Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
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Vows
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Bridesmaids
Bridesmaids
Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
Dreamy
Dreamy
Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
Love
Love
Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
Bride
Bride
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Embrace
Embrace
Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
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Barn
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Brownies
Chocolate Brownie Tower Wedding Cake | Jacqui McSweeney Photography | KiteBox Films | Christmassy Winter Wedding at The Red Barn , Brighton | Halfpenny London Bridal Separates | ASOS Sparkly Bridesmaid Dresses |
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Alice & Stuart

I am head over heels in love with the light at this Christmas wedding. Bride Alice braved the freezing cold in her fabulous Halfpenny London bridal separates so Jacqui McSweeney Photography could capture the most beautiful golden hour portraits. The way the sun sprays through the trees, and the blanket of white frost glistening on the floor is. Just. Beautiful.

There was nothing cold about the twinkling reception though, oh no. It was a cosy, country pub celebration, oozing character, warmth and a delicious looking brownie tower wedding cake. Mmm mmm.

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Sarah & Sam

WOW, Wilton’s Music Hall in London is SUCH a cool place for a reception, especially coupled with the New York Brass Band for entertainment and all those fairy lights. I love that it holds special meaning for our gorgeous couple, being a place they visited often whilst dating, and will continue to do so now they are Mr & Mrs.

The reception looks like an absolute riot of fun, love and laughter and you can just feel all the atmosphere oozing out of the pictures by Chris Barber Photography. Wait until you see the face masks and designated meat cutters in their Chef hats & aprons too, such an intuitive way to get guests involved during the wedding breakfast.

Looking absolutely radiant in the centre of the room though are all the blush flower stems in jars, not to mention Bride Sarah’s stunning Catherine Deane Separates and bridal up do, which I can pretty much guarantee you’ll go Pin crazy for.

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Victoria & Jon

Who else gets a little sad at the thought of all the beautiful flowers perishing after the main event? That’s why I completely love bride Victoria’s bouquet and flower crown, not only are they incredibly beautiful, but they are dried and preserved so they can be enjoyed for years to come. Total win win in my eyes. Plus the muted tones look absolutely stunning against her light gold Maggie Sottero gown. Have you seen the embellished bodice yet? SO pretty!

Sulgrave Manor in Northamptonshire made the perfect country venue to house the couples delicious DIY decor. They made fabulous use of wood slices, chalkboard paint, jam jars and glitter! Paying homage to groom Jon’s beard with beard prop table names and rustic centrepieces and signs. It was also the gorgeous backdrop for many of the couples portraits by Ania Ames Photography, which most definitely warm the heart.

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Nadia & Darren

This Italian destination wedding is so beautiful. Set on the top of a hill overlooking the mediterranean sea with the gorgeous Sicilian views as the backdrop, it definitely takes your breath away, no wonder our gorgeous couple chose to marry there. Decorated with twinkling fairy lights, pastel pom poms and delicate blooms The Il Faro venue looked just as magical in the evening after the sun had set as it did in the day when the sun was shining.

Also taking my breath away is Nadia in her Essense of Australia gown. She looks an absolute vision and every bit the princess bride, no wonder groom Darren got emotional when he saw her walking up the aisle. All that lace and tulle literally makes my heart sing. Both of them are ridiculously adorable and full of smiles with many more lovely moments between them and guests captured by Lemonade Pictures to pour over & pin.

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Becky & Dean

Talk about relaxed party vibes, and there’s nothing more relaxed than your favourite country pub with a humanist ceremony under a Willow tree conducted by your friend, followed by sack races, rugby in the street and a truly delicious looking bake off dessert table.

To enjoy all the fun, laughter and dancing Becky wanted a slightly boho dress and fell in love with the Catherine Deane Sian gown. I can totally see why, the floaty, ethereal silhouette and detail is just beautiful, and looks heavenly with her Artisan Dried Flower crown and wild flower bouquet.

We’re so pleased Becky and Dean found inspiration from our very pages and came across the lovely Jo Hastings Photography on our dedicate supplier directory The Love Lust List as this is everything a wedding should be and more and I’m sure their day will go on to inspire others too.

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Emmalene & Ben

Are you sitting comfortably? Good, because this fun country wedding is about to knock your socks off. Featuring many of our very talented The Love Lust List recommended suppliers, which makes our hearts burst with pride.

Set at the truly gorgeous Cripps Stone Barn in Cheltenham and full to the brim with gorgeous florals from Juliet Glaves and balloons, peg board signs and other eclectic props from Hey Style, you won’t be able to resist pinning more than a few inspiring ideas for your own big day. I just LOVE the bright balloons, such a simple touch, but so inviting and effective.

One of the most amazing things about Cripps Stone Barn is the surrounding picturesque countryside. RMW fave Samuel Docker took Emmalene & Ben on a gorgeous stroll amongst the pretty, and has captured some truly romantic portraits for them to treasure. It also shows off Emmalene’s stunning Jesús Peiró dress to perfection, which she chose from Miss Bush Bridal, but was a million miles away from what she originally envisioned she’d wear.

Culminating in a fabulous array of cakes and treats, Baz and Fred Pizza’s and entertainment from Festival Foxes via Tailored Entertainment. This display some serious wedding goals

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Sarah & Richie

Serious flower envy alert!

I absolutely adore the use of coral peonies by Honeysuckle Flower Co.. They have literally taken my breath away they are so immense. The bouquets, the flower crowns and floral centrepieces bring such a vibrancy to the vintage china tea cups, mis-match blue bridesmaid dresses and gorgeous Cripps Barn wedding venue.

The whole fantastically bohemian vintage tea party concept is an explosion of colour and fun. With quirky details including rose gold spray painted animals as place settings and a polaroid picture station. All the details are delicious, but it’s no wonder when Bride Sarah is a ridiculously creative art teacher.

She is also stunningly beautiful in her Watters Emerson bridal gown from Coco & Kate Boutique. The diamond lace detail on the strapless gown is so pretty. As are her pink Irregular Choice shoes.

This wedding is such a feast for the eyes, captured beautifully by Lovestruck Photography and Lara Elliott Films. Shall we take a look…?

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Natasha & Jacob

Oooh this rustic pastel wedding is simply delicious. From the blooms, to the vintage tea cups and all the DIY decor in between you’re definitely going to be spoilt with inspiration.

Natasha & Jacob live in Devon and met at work as Veterinary Nurses. They are absolutely mad about animals and simply had to bring along their two Dalmatian cross Collie dogs to the church for some pics. You can even spot them and their cat on the wedding cake! Jacob Proposed on Crantock Beach in Cornwall on New Year’s Eve 2014, so they just had to marry there too. Naming all the tables after local beaches, the top table being Crantock Beach where they got engaged. Which is such a lovely sentimental touch.

You can tell family is everything to this gorgeous couple as they invited all their siblings to be part of the wedding party. And what a fabulously dressed wedding party they are. The girls looking absolutely stunning in pale blue ASOS gowns, with the boys looking dapper in grey suits from Next and complimenting blue ties. Obviously nobody outshines the groom Jacob in his wool blend suit or Bride Natasha in her strapless Benjamin Roberts gown. What absolute beauts.

This is the first wedding we’ve featured from the lovely Holly Collings Photography, but I’m certain with her eye to capture detail and emotion it won’t be the last. Enjoy everyone.

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Irene & Ryan

What could be better than getting married at the church where your parents said I do, and then following it up with a marquee reception in your parents back garden?

Everything looks incredibly beautiful. Undoubtedly due to the abundance of wild flowers, rustic DIY decor, and genius hay bale Gin bar. You know we all have a soft spot for gin here at RMW HQ, and we would’ve loved to have enjoyed a tipple there.

Also, I just have to mention Irene’s Kobus Dippenaar bridal gown from Morgan Davies. It is so, so pretty. The picture taken by Kirsty Mackenzie of the train captures the delicate lace perfectly, and I love how it moves as she dances with her beau in front of the tent.

Such amazing details, for such a sentimental wedding. Full of smiles, embraces, and golden hour portraits to warm the heart.