This caramel, raspberry and rust wedding theme has to be one of the most delicious colour combinations we have ever seen, complemented with black and gold accents to give it even more impact. From the wedding flowers, through to the table decor and bridal headdress, you are going to be wowed from start to finish. Organised by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier, Elizabeth Weddings and featuring many more of our recommended suppliers. Now, are you sitting comfortably?
If you like blush weddings, then we know you will love this Didsbury House Hotel celebration. I don’t think we need to point out what the colour theme was for the day, but just in case you missed it…pink! From the wedding stationery to the flower arch above the door that guests were greeted with as they arrived, blush tones littered the venue! The bride looked beautiful in a Halfpenny London – one of our handpicked suppliers – wedding dress with lace detail teamed with a fun crown and flanked by her blush bridesmaids who wore mid-length dresses. Later in the evening the bridal party all donned personalised coverups with the bride choosing a white embellished jacket. Every detail had really been carefully considered, from the crockery to the eco-friendly wedding confetti from Shropshire Petals – another of our recommended suppliers – even the bride’s socks matched the colour scheme with little gold stars!
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again love knows no bounds. It isn’t prejudiced against age, gender or race and if you’re lucky enough to find it and hold on to it right up until your golden wedding anniversary like this couple, we think you are pretty much winning at life. They celebrated with a surprise ceremony at dusk, at the home and life they’d built together, surrounded by their grandchildren and reaffirming their vows to one another. What a great example of everlasting love.
Adoring crowds cheered and a busker played this couple their favourite song as they walked through Camden Town after saying I do at their COVID secure July 2020 wedding ceremony. Everything was small, simple and meaningful, and despite only being able to say their vows in front of 30 of their closest family and friends rather than their original 350 guest list they couldn’t have wished for a better wedding day. Story + Colour captured every emotion and moment of pure joy to perfection, you can feel like love radiating from the page.
BUDGET £25 – 30K
Becky: You might be picking up your dress a couple of days before your wedding, you might have it a week before or because of current circumstances, you might have it in your possession for much longer before you can wear it. If that’s the case, how are you planning on storing it? No one is saying that you can’t pop it on and have a dance around the kitchen, but that might not help with the storing-it-and-keeping-it-pristine purpose of this post.
Whatever your dress storing status is, we’ve bought in an expert to fill you in on how to store it safely. Allow me to introduce Cynthia Grafton-Holt. Cynthia is the founder and bespoke wedding dress designer at Cynthia Grafton-Holt Couture so if anyone can tell you how to store your wedding dress correctly, it’s her. Enjoy.
When your wedding guests collectively let out an audible gasp during your wedding ceremony, you know you’ve created a memorable moment. This is exactly what happened during Samantha and Martin’s outdoor wedding ceremony at Hedsor House when the Snowy Barn Owl (a.k.a the ring bearer) landed on the bride’s arm. The wow factor didn’t end there though, Samantha and Martin, inspired by The Great Gatsby film, infused glamour into their day where possible starting with Samantha’s incredible Anna Georgina wedding gown right through to their elegant wedding cake with different intricately iced layers. Plus, the country house wedding venue is a show stopper all on its own!