Get ready to fall under a floral spell today as you marvel at all the beautiful white and green floral arrangements this Isle of Wight wedding has to offer. The church wedding flowers, in particular, have absolutely blown me away, reminding me of a certain Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s wedding flowers. Plus, just wait until you see the back of bride Crystal’s St Patrick wedding dress, it is heavenly. All the amazingness has been captured by, The List, recommended supplier, Jason Mark Harris, who never fails to move us with his wonderful documentary-style photography. Enjoy.
There isn’t one image of Bride Emma where she isn’t absolutely radiating with happiness and beauty. Completely owning her 1920s wedding dress, red lipstick and short hair bridal look and definitely channelling Daisy Buchanan from The Great Gatsby. There are plenty of beautiful blooms to feast your eyes upon too, from extensive floral table runner centrepieces to beautifully tied bouquets with ribbons. All taking place at the glamourous Garthmyl Hall in Shropshire.
This stunning Anemone bouquet complements this rustic-luxe inspiration perfectly, proving it’s as versatile as it is pretty. Typically in season from October through to May. These beauties come in a variety of colours, including crisp white as portrayed, which looks stunning against the grey, gold and wood decor.
Karina and Joel added their Australian and Latin vibes to a former Victorian pub in Dalston, with a stylish Grace Loves Lace wedding dress, BBQ wedding breakfast and oodles of fresh foliage decor. The intimate city wedding was everything they’d hoped it would be and more, bringing both their families together from all over the world to rejoice in their matrimony.
Thursdays are the new Friday’s right?! Well, it certainly is in today’s instance as we bring you an uber fun London wedding with lights, installations, flower cloud, bridal cape and smoke bombs! I know, what a treat! We’re certain you are going to have the time of your life pouring over the amazing captures by Lex Fleming Photo. Make sure you keep an eye out for the urban wedding party portraits and the picture of the bride and groom surrounded by football fans after England’s 2-0 victory against Sweden in the World Cup 2018. We can guarantee you’ll want to join them! I was in London on that very hot day back in July and the atmosphere was electric!
Whilst there is a lot of fun and excitement in planning all of the fancy bits of a wedding day, decor, dress, delighting your guests etc. There’s something beautiful about channeling a lot of love and attention towards the actual wedding ceremony too. After all, this is the part of your day where you and your beloved actually join in union. And whether you’re inviting religion or traditions into your nuptials. Or whether you’re writing the entire ceremony yourself… We’ve come up with this handy resource so you don’t miss a beat of the most important part of your day.
Marilyne’s off the shoulder wedding dress is the die for. The bride is head seamstress at Halfpenny London, so you know the frock at this stunning Provence wedding was always going to be a jaw-dropper.
Keeping it all in the family, Marilyne’s parents created all the florals, her sister-in-law crafted the stationery and her mum even made her famous spiced rhum as favours for the gorgeous guests. My favourite moment, however, has to be the bride being walked down the aisle by both her father and stepfather. Nothing brings together a family like a wedding. Let’s go off and soak up all that sunshine.
We’re adding a little magic to your Tuesday with a creative Harry Potter wedding at Hazel Gap Barn. Grooms Joe and Jay poured their absolute heart and soul into decorating the rustic setting with the bright house colours and details from the wizarding world, including a Ford Anglia wedding car and individual wands which they DIYed for each and every one of their wedding guests.
Bright lights and big smiles make up this wonderful Gloucester wedding, with an immense fairy light curtain that has no end, botanical foliage and plants adorning the reception tables and wedding signs, plus so many more personal details and DIY elements you won’t know what to look at first!