Cake decisions are the best decisions. But deciding what kind of delectable dessert you’re going to have as the centerpiece to your wedding breakfast, is the ultimate in dessert selection. In recent years there has been many an experiment with cake alternatives such as dessert tables, doughnut walls and bake off displays. But there’s something about a towering masterpiece that’s simultaneously too good to eat and too good not to eat that makes the traditional tiered wedding cake a tempting choice.
When your first reaction when you look at a wedding is a huge swoon, you know it’s going to be a good one. The tranquillity and beauty of the Italian villa mixed with the elegance of the peach and white wedding flowers and sophistication of the bride’s lace wedding dress is a force to be reckoned with. You’ll instantly want to be transported there, and will find yourself pinning all the beautiful blooms before you can say peachy!
Get ready to feel the love at this Northern Ireland wedding as we enjoy Sophia & Shane’s beautifully regal day. Sophia will wow you in her homemade wedding dress, the lush green and crisp white flowers will floor you with their beauty and the historic Georgian Mansion will transport you into a fairytale. A far cry from the bright lights of Las Vegas where they currently reside.
Hands up who’s fallen for this delightful at home wedding? Insert multiple ‘raising one hand’ emoji’s here. From the homemade copper frame seating chart to the blush blooms and beyond, our pinning fingers and hearts are going ten to the dozen. We’re also more than a little smitten with Bride Elizabeth’s Noble and Wight bridal separates too. Not to mention her flower crown and bouquet including David Austin Roses and Dahlias, which if you’ll pardon the pun is the crowning glory to her unique bridal look.
Lesley McCall at The Rustic Wedding Company has us swooning with delight with her beautiful inspiration shoot under an olive tree. The wooden hexagonal arch, in particular, is a gorgeous focal point and paved the way to many more geometric wedding details including terrariums, hexagonal cake stands and table name frames. All of these edgy shapes have been softened with romantic blush pink blooms, cut glass and candles. Sounds dreamy, right? It is!
When you think of boho, you think of relaxed, laid back vibes, and that is everything this inspiration shoot at Wildnerness Weddings venue in Kent encompasses. Making this extra special is the Rue De Seine boho wedding dress, amazing dried flower displays, a grazing table under a naked tipi and a general feeling of happiness. Jo Bradbury captures the light so beautifully you’ll be forgiven for thinking we’ve whisked you off abroad, so sit back Margarita in hand and enjoy.
You can’t beat the feeling of being at home, which is exactly where Annika & Richard chose to have their gorgeous marquee wedding. They filled it with foliage, Edison bulbs and all their favourites, resulting in a joyous Summer wedding on the Isle of Wight captured by the formidable duo Jason Mark Harris and Harris Films.
We’re in serious need of colour and fun after all these grey skies, so cue this bright warehouse wedding in the heart of London! There are giant balloons, tissue tassels, fairy lights and more. Bride and Groom, Haz and Stew have to be one of the happiest couples we’ve ever featured on RMW, and Emma from Epic Love Story captures the spirit of their day to perfection.
Is your wedding booked for the Autumn months? Well, you lucky devil. The blooms of summer might be less abundant, but what replaces them is a resplendent display of rich tones and sculptural textures, found only in Autumn wedding flowers. Whether you choose to embrace the traditionally warm reds and oranges, decide to take advantage of the deep jewel colours or prefer a simple neutral or pastel palette, an expert florist will be able to guide you through the blooms available during this transition season.