This beautiful BBQ wedding is the ultimate summer celebration, combining everyone’s favourite al fresco dining option with a gorgeous secret garden ceremony. Ghost chairs, a sweetheart table and an off-the-shoulder Pronovias wedding dress all feature, alongside perspex signs and the prettiest florals. There’s also some incredibly sweet and personal captures, from the reaction of an emotional guest seeing the blushing bride walk down the aisle to the cutest flower girl playing Jenga. Oh, and did we mention the appearance of the Red Arrows? This is the sort of summer day we all dream of.
Wild by name, wild by nature: this greenery wedding celebrates wild woodlands – and our couple’s newlywed name – in the most spectacular style. Wildflowers, foliage and wooden props beautify the barn, whilst the bridal party are transformed into “woodland fairies” with flower crowns, unstructured bouquets and flowing locks. With plenty of DIY décor, as well as talented friends adding those all-important personal touches, we’re pretty wild (ahem) about this one.
I’m pretty sure I’ve died and gone to bohemian heaven thanks to this stunning wedding, which is intimate, classy, trendy, rustic and romantic all in one. Multicultural couple Loredana & Jonatan live in Sweden but planned their dream day in Spain, inviting their guests to join them for three days of celebrations at the magical Marqués de Montemolar in Altea. The perfect October weather is matched by the picture perfect décor, with a macrame table plan, copper chairs, outdoor banquet table and floral arch. And then there’s our bride, in an utterly spectacular boho chic dress. Plus, the Orthodox ceremony involves a crown. Enough said.
Is there anything more intoxicating than the idea of eloping? The act of stripping everything back to what truly matters – you and your beloved, your promises, your passion – is supremely simple but heartachingly romantic, and this Hallstatt elopement will certainly leave you weak at the knees. Australian couple Sari & Daniel only have eyes for each other, which is just as it should be, and look breathtaking against the beautiful backdrop of the Austrian Alps. These stunning photos are intimate and exquisite, and feel as if they should be both private and public all at the same time.
Picture perfect wedding galleries make our hearts soar, so we were excited to receive this album of fine art photography showcasing Sandra & Zeeshan’s stylish celebrations at Hedsor House. Overlooking the River Thames, our bride and groom describe the venue as a ‘destination wedding on their doorstep’, and it truly does have the feel of an Italianate-style mansion with the beauty of being only a stone’s throw outside the Big Smoke. Classic styling and seasonal flowers mean every inch of the wedding remains as elegant as the stunning surroundings, and guests greatly enjoyed mocktails and canapes in the gorgeous grounds before heading inside for a delicious wedding breakfast created by Caper & Berry. If you’re looking for grace and good taste – alongside plenty of fun and laughter – this wedding is the one.
When an esteemed photographer describes a wedding as “epic”, you know you’re in for a treat. And by golly, does Sarah & Lee’s big day deliver. For a start, we are at Iscoyd Park, one of our favourite venues and member of our handpicked directory The List. For seconds, there’s an incredible pampas grass and pheasant feather hanging installation. And then there’s the florals; the foliage; the neon signs; the Boston terrier! But really, it’s all about the dress, Charlie Brear’s Payton gown and feather Piora skirt creating serious aisle style credentials. Swooning eyes at the ready.
We are so in the mood for a beautiful – and beauty-filled – wedding, and this delightful day does not disappoint. Brympton House provides the perfect backdrop for the celebrations, which include a blushing bride in St Patrick La Sposa and a Britten Weddings veil (discovered through RMW’s handpicked supplier directory, The List), an elegant ivory, gold and grey colour scheme, a homemade chocolate biscuit refrigerator cake (mm mmm!) – and Barley the ‘bridesdog’. You will spy a few brollies amongst Helen Cawte‘s captures, but word from the wedded wise: don’t allow yourself to fixate on things which are out of your control. Bride Kate spent months worrying about the weather, and had more than ten forecast apps on her phone, but, with hindsight, she wishes she hadn’t spent so long worrying about the weather as there was nothing she could do – and she hardly noticed the odd shower. Plus, the white bridal brollies look rather lovely in the photos.
A Tuscany wedding will always be a team favourite, and this beautiful affair really has captured our hearts: think intimate, elegant and ethereal, with gold, green and blush details and spectacular surroundings. This is one of those weddings where the pictures really do all the talking. Be prepared to pinch yourself.
You are in for a treat today, lovelies, with this seriously stylish wedding that boasts a stunning homemade wedding dress, as well as to-die-for natural décor including cactus plants and palm trees. Every single element of Chelsey & Ryan’s celebration is jaw dropping: from the venue to the styling to the sweet bar (send a peanut butter brownie my way, please!). We are actually drooling. And we bet groom Ryan was too when he saw Chelsey in that dress, made by her mum (who also made the bridesmaids dresses too; talk about talented), which is both perfectly demure and hot-to-trot all in one.