If you’re dreaming of your summer holidays and longing to feel the sand on your toes, then this mornings wedding just might satisfy your needs. Located at Budle Bay in the North East is this stunning white on white marquee wedding.
Plus have you seen bride Laura’s boho bridal look yet? Not only is her Yolan Cris lace gown utterly divine, but she also has the most beautiful Jenny Packham headdress framing her relaxed wavy hair.
Capturing all the emotion and pretty is the fabulous Matt Ethan Photography who’s fine art style fits perfectly with this dreamy day.
I’ll just give you a minute to pick your jaw up off the floor, because believe me I needed exactly that (and some) when I saw the immense floral arrangements by Amie Bone Flowers in this gorgeous woodland marquee reception.
Team it with Bride Alicia’s backless Berta bridal gown and all the special moments captured by Miss Gen Photography and you have one seriously epic wedding to feast your eyes upon this morning. One you most definitely don’t want to forget, so get those pinning fingers ready and be prepared to be WOWED.
Natalie and Roger chose to hold their wedding reception at their favourite family restaurant, Jeremy’s, which I think is such a lovely idea. Not only did they know the food was delicious and that they could cater (and deliver) great family parties, but imagine how joyful eating there again following the wedding day will be? Anniversaries, birthdays, all special occasions made even more special with wedding memories.
Images come from the lovely Victoria Lamburn, who you’ll find on our handpicked supplier directory, The Love Lust List, as we adore her dreamy, fine art style. Enjoy this sunshine filled, family affair – it’s a much needed reminder on a blustery day that Summer is coming!
Uh oh. I have another new favourite wedding. It’s getting a bit out of control really and I know I’m biased, but I just can’t help it! We really do feature THE best weddings!!! Georgie and Jack’s big day has put a huge smile on my face and I’ve had to stop myself from sending a million sneak peaks to the rest of the team. I LOVE weddings that are held at home, there’s just something so relaxed about everything, people are really carefree and happy. That sentiment just pours out of these images from Ben at Millar Cole Photography.
The couple portraits are particularly special in this wedding, so make sure you look out for those, as well as the rainbow tassel bunting made by Georgie and her family and friends. Who also happened to do the beautiful flowers too! What a talented and creative bunch they are.
Right, let’s dive in shall we…it’s a veritable feast for the eyes and you’ll want to savour this one slowly.
This wedding has well and truly warmed my soul. I always love a big-day held at the Bride or Grooms family home and the location of Charley’s parents house is simply idyllic. The fact that the sun shone down on them all so they could hold their speeches outside was just the icing on the pastoral cake. The whole wedding was a family affair, with the gardens, flowers and bunting all being lovingly prepared by Charley and Liam’s nearest and dearest.
Jess Soper has captured everything beautifully too – those couple portraits at sunset are perfection. Forehead kisses forever!
(Oh and before I pass you over to our lovely couple, I think lots of you will be able to relate to the phrase ‘Bucking Funting’ it certainly made me giggle…)
You really feel like you’re on the edge of the earth at this Isle of Lewis wedding. I have never seen views like it, with the gorgeous rustic marquee set up near Bosta Beach at the north end of Great Bernera, taking full advantage of the Atlantic ocean and wild Outer Hebrides backdrop.
The scenic drive between the islands in the couples classic car is heavenly as are the sunset portraits captured by Maureen du Preez. And I have to say your are going to be completely spoilt with all the delicious DIY decor the couple added to their reception. There’s wooden crates, woods slices, palettes and more, all adorned with the prettiest of wild blooms and florals.
Lets face it a Scottish wedding wouldn’t be complete without a groom in a tartan kilt and I must say Paul wears it well, not quite as well as Bride Sarah in her Essense of Australia Zita gown though, but we always have a huge soft spot for the bride. Shall we take a look?
This wedding is the embodiment of the classic, English country garden theme – light, bright, full of gorgeous flowers, beautiful food, Champagne on tap, gents looking smart and ladies looking chic. And you’d expect no less really, given that Bride Hattie is a freelance writer who has worked with Condé Nast Publications and now runs her own successful fashion blog. Naturally, like every stylish English lady, she looked to France for some dress inspiration and wore Rime Arodaky, who is literally killing it in the Bridal stakes at the moment. (If this sounds like the approach you want to take – you need The Mews Bridal in your life).
The dog lovers among us can rejoice too – as Hattie and Olly’s gorgeous pup Luna features heavily in the images from Helen Abraham…
Weddings with a bright colour scheme always make me happy and Lucy & Tom’s big day is no exception. It’s just brimming with lovely ideas, like putting the Bridesmaids in separates, the blue tulle skirt and white top combo is gorgeous and actually very practical given that Lucy had 8 (!) Bridesmaids, several of whom were feeding young babies or were pregnant.
I also love that they live-streamed the ceremony in a mini tent for guests who couldn’t fit into the church. Well if you can’t behave like a Princess on your wedding day, then when can you quite frankly!?
Putting together this wedding has filled me with warmth and I have a big smile on my face. I caught it from Bride Ellie, whose happiness is simply contagious. And I’m not surprised either, she looks gorgeous in a floral print Alan Hannah dress and is marrying the love of her life at her Grandma’s beautiful house in the countryside!
And it’s not just Ellie, everyone is clearly having the time of their lives and this really looks like one of those weddings that would have been such fun to attend. Matt Ethan has captured it perfectly, I’m in love with the couple portraits which are dreamy and oh so romantic.