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Cosy
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Slip
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cliffs
Styled By Beatnik Bride Image By Benjamin Wheeler
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pink
Styled By Beatnik Bride Image By Benjamin Wheeler
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Styled By Beatnik Bride Image By Benjamin Wheeler
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Styled By Beatnik Bride Image By Benjamin Wheeler
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By The Sea

The lovely Beatnik Bride girls have a great eye and I always love seeing their work. This editorial has a bridal and bridesmaids fashion focus to it and it’s such a pleasure to share on RMW today. With a palette of pinks, ivory and grey, the girls have scoured the designer rails to showcase a variety of gorgeous looks fit for every stylish RMW bride.

I’m a sucker for a texture mix – silks and satins with frothy tulle always make my heart sing – it’s one of the reasons I love bridalwear so much. The girls have totally nailed this look and with Benjamin Wheeler taking the photos and the gorgeous Dorset coastline as a backdrop, this is an editorial straight out of glossy magazine.

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Melany & Steven

What a better way to introduce this stylish city wedding than by the bride herself. Over to Melany: “We handmade all the decorations, food by friends including the incredible cake by Jessica Anderson, handmade bridesmaid dresses by my Mum, a £350 wedding dress (after much searching), a build your own bar filled with booze from France – it nearly killed us but what an incredible day. Someone once told me ‘you can’t get married for less than 10k?!’ Well you can!”

Now if that isn’t having your day your way, then I don’t know what is! And to make it even more fabulous, everything looked incredible.Melany’s Reformation gown in particular was so cool. The plunging neckline and billowing skirt made it look so much more expensive than its price tag. The seasonal wild flowers added a welcoming pop of colour in hues of pink and coral, and I bet guests loved their Kinder Egg surprise wedding favour. All the joy was captured by Joanna Bongard Photography, whose contemporary style was perfect for this Hackney wedding.

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Grace & Clare

If you’ve attended a wedding in 2018, then chances are you’ve heard an Ed Sheeran song blasting through the speakers and turning everyone into an emotional wreck. I mean just read this…it’s enough to make even the coldest of hearts melt…

Take me into your loving arms
Kiss me under the light of a thousand stars
Place your head on my beating heart
I’m thinking out loud
Maybe we found love right where we are…

We know how much you lovely lot enjoy incorporating music into your big day, we see great examples every day, but Grace and Clare have totally out done everyone with a huge banner, emblazoned with Ed’s finest lyrics. It makes such a gorgeous backdrop to their sweetheart table and no doubt is now hanging pride of place in their home. Let’s take a look shall we?

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Kate & Robin

By day our gorgeous bride and groom have important roles in environmental conservation, so a relaxed outdoor wedding surrounded by nature at The Green Cornwall was their perfect venue.

Guests walked through the woodland, past the coloured origami paper cranes decor to the adorable ‘enchanted forest’ ceremony, and then back again to partake in garden games, chill out in the zones filled with rugs, blankets and cushions, and enjoy a wedding breakfast in the barn announced by a giant horn.

Photographer Ben Selway made full use of the venue, capturing some epic portraits by the barn & festoon lights, not to mention some truly breathtaking portraits in the field during dusk. Plus those bouquet toss captures are pure gold.

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Yoga & Calligraphy Day Retreat With Anon Design

If you’re looking for the perfect way to unwind during wedding planning, then I’d highly recommend attending a day retreat with the lovely ladies from Anon Design Studio. Not only will you totally relax and enjoy gorgeous food, but you’ll also be able to learn (or practice) your calligraphy, which will come in very handy for your wedding day. I attended a workshop at the beautiful Pengenna Manor a little while ago, here’s what happened, if you’d like to see…

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Geek Chic

Friday fact for you: Six out of ten people wear glasses, yet we rarely see our brides or grooms donning their spectacles on their big day, so this ‘geek chic’ inspiration from Rose & Dandy and Lola Rose Photography is most definitely a welcome sight. If you pardon the pun!

The beautiful bride looks über cool in vintage inspired gowns, (the high neck and polka dot tulle number is making me weak at the knees), and the Fifth and Spring socks worn with blue suede block heels looks both stylish and comfy.

The location for all this immense style was the gorgeous Swiss Garden Fernery & Grotto at Shuttleworth, which was filled with pampas grass, hydrangeas and gerbera floral arrangements, and coloured goblets, taper candles and platter tablescape. All of which will definitely get your pinning fingers twitching. Enjoy.

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Laura & Alan

Wow Wow Wow! This is humanist wedding is ruddy gorgeous!!! I mean obviously any wedding that serves drinks during the ceremony is always going to have us wholly but this mega venue and gorgeous couple serves up an absolute beauty of a wedding, during a storm no less!

It is an alternative wedding dream hit list for you pinners out there, Foliage Filled – tick, Stunning Glasshouse – tick, Boutique Venue Anran in Devon offering a perfect hybrid of Contemporary Meets Rustic, tick tick, Bespoke Bridal Gown, Groom in trainers – you got it, Humanist Ceremony with Corona’s a clinking – TICK!

Photographer Kristian Leven was lucky enough to capture the day and we’re delighted to share it with you.

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Kristina & Nick

There’s a definite chill in the air today, it feels like Autumn is well and truly here (in fact over on our lifestyle site today we’re sharing an excellent edit of easy Autumn fashion)…and so it feels totally acceptable to be using the C word. Christmas that is.

Now when it comes to Christmas weddings, most people (understandably) worry about things looking too twee, or perhaps sponsored by CocoCola. Well worry no more, as Kristina and Nick are about to show you exactly how to make a Christmas wedding look super stylish. With a navy, gold and white colour palette, tonnes of twinkling fairy lights and elegant, thoughtful details. Images come from Chris Barber! Enjoy!

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Ally & Pat

Ally and Pat’s wedding is just gorgeous. The pair were really lucky with the weather, even needing parasols to keep guests cool – and this meant they could also have their humanist ceremony outdoors, making for some stunning photographs. Michelle Wood (along with Ania Ames as second shooter) captured everything beautifully that I’m pretty sure Ally and Pat will be poring over for years and years to come.

The florals for this wedding are just dreamy and it came as no surprise to me that this is the work of the lovely Gemma from The Country Flower Company – one of our favourite florists and a member of our handpicked supplier directory – The List. Look out for the hand illustrated stationery from The Wildflower Illustration Co. too! Rebecca is another of our recommended suppliers, her work is just so pretty.

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