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Love Is A Rose.

When Ant and Vicky started searching for their venue for their wedding in July earlier this year they had three specifications.

Firstly that the venue ooze a laid-back atmosphere.

Secondly that it convey a ‘country feel’ for their guests.

And lastly, that it be on a farm or in a barn.

When they finally found Upwaltham Barns, they immediately fell in love and didn’t look back.

And lovelies, when you see this delicious array of images below, all captured by the wonderful Ed Peers, you’ll completely understand why.

We have a bride swathed in cappuccino coloured lace, a dapper groom complete with pipe, clouds of gyp and an adorable breakdancing youngster.

What’s not to love?

Cappuccino Lace

I’ve never been a really girly girl and originally was determined not to be a bride who spent huge amounts on a dress. I bought one online and when it arrived it was beautiful, but I never really felt comfortable in it and it didn’t make my mum cry (she cries at everything).

I reluctantly booked a few appointments at wedding dress shops and stumbled upon the gem that is Bridal Rogue Gallery in central London. The minute I walked in they made me feel comfortable and it was much more fun than I expected.

I had always liked lace and when I tried on their ‘Simone’ dress in cappuccino I loved it. Return trips with more bridesmaids and a suitably teary mum confirmed my choice and I joined the legions of brides who overspent on the dress, but didn’t regret it for a second.… View the full post.

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Dance With Me.

Katherine and Anthony married in June at Upper Court, Kemerton.

We love a good back garden style marquee wedding here at Rock My Wedding and Richard Jones has captured the vibe of this one perfectly.

Traditional influences combined with contemporary touches and imagination make this simple and effectively styled wedding a timeless classic.

I’ll pass you over to Katherine for all the details…

The One

My dress was a Pronovias dress and it was from The Wedding Dress Shop in Wimbledon, London. I just knew my dress was the one the minute I tried it on and saw my best friends face.

Bridal Rogue

My veil was from The Wedding Dress Shop. My jewellery was from Bridal Rogue Gallery in London.

The Height Of Fashion

My shoes were sky High! My husband is 6ft 3 so I have 4 inch heels on, and kept them on all night!

MAC Magic

Make up I did myself after a vital lesson with some MAC advisors! My hair was done by a local hairdresser from Cheltenham to be sure they would turn up on the day as I cant do my hair myself!

Floral Planning

We had the most beautiful flowers and were put together by Broadway Florist. They gave us so many ideas on other things to do with our wedding that they practically became our wedding planners.

Midnight Blue

Our florist gave us an idea for our colour scheme of midnight blue! Suits were hired from Moss Bros.View the full post.

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