The dream team of Wonderland Invites, Kelsie Low Photography, Rock The Day Styling & Anthology Vintage Hire strike again with another bohemian delight at Browning Bros. Colchester. This time incorporating gingerbread tipi cakes, macrame and dried flowers and linens to their signature style. Plus the most beautiful lace gowns from Rock The Frock and a fabulous drinks trailer. Pinning fingers at the ready!
There’s nothing better than a perfect peach wedding. Especially when they include big bloomsey Dahlias and David Austin roses, and furniture and decor hire from some our favourite suppliers.
The location for all this beautifulness was the local family church and rustic luxe venue Swanton Morley House and Gardens in Norfolk. And taking centre stage amongst all the pretty was the gorgeous Ria and David, whose love shone through and allowed Jason Mark Harris Photography and Together We Roam Films to capture some truly heartfelt moments.
Full to bursting with love and emotion from real life couple the Two Bohemians, and immense styling, decor and florals from Rock the Day Styling, Anthology Vintage Hire and Velvet Rose Flower Studio. Adding the finishing touches was the sweet wedding stationery from Wonderland Invites, and fabulous macrame hangings.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is a lesson in how to make a DIY wedding look stylish. Although their venue is rustic and the couple sourced or made the vast majority of their decor, the whole day looks beautifully put together and not at all home spun or twee. I think that’s down to two things – Lauren’s eye, her and James are both creatives, running their own wedding videography company and also, Benjamin Wheeler’s incredible photography which always makes every occasion look even more special.
Their festoon light filled venue will have you swooning and you know you’re all partial to a beaded Anna Campbell dress, so I have a feeling this wedding is going to be rather popular. Enjoy lovelies, it’s a good’un…
“The bride found me (Eve Dunlop Photography) on RMW and immediately new what she wanted for her day, stunning florals and a beautifully styled wedding with coolness as standard. From her personalized leather Jacket to the couples pimped up french bull dog. This party was like no other. They rocked it!”
With a wedding synopsis like that you know you’re in for a treat, but I have to say it has still managed to surpass my expectations. There are so many fabulous features you’ll want to swoon over and pin, probably none more so than the whiskey bar, and all helped to make possible using SO many of our talented recommended suppliers.
The fashion is literally to die for too. All coming from he high street but looking like a million dollars. Now are you ready for this immense country wedding? Then I shall keep you no longer, enjoy.
The wedding of Bride Terri a.k.a Summer Lily Studio to her beau Paul is simply stunning. When you view the tablescape you’ll be forgiven for thinking it’s a shoot it’s that perfect. Pan out to to whole marquee reception and you can see a whole lot-a-love, style and planning was put in to make it so special.
Cue help from industry friends Claire Clarke Weddings, White Emporium, and not forgetting Terri’s mum who by the sounds of it was an absolute legend and quite a dab hand with a can of spray paint, and you will understand even more why everything is so beautiful, and ran so smoothly.
Terri looks absolutely stunning in both her bridal gowns. I love the tulle and lace on the Pronovias gown and the backless feature on the Katie May gown is absolutely breathtaking. I think if I had the chance to wear both I would have definitely jumped at it too. As for her best girls, I don’t think she could have found a more apt. peach, sequin gown from ASOS, perfectly mirroring the colour scheme and cooper and rose gold decor and details at the wedding.
An absolutely gorgeous display of rustic romance and dreamy fine art photography captured beautifully by Terri’s friend Lauren from Sung Blue Photography.
“Perfectly Imperfect – this is the phrase you need to remember – no wedding guest accepts your invitation to come and criticise your choice of partner/ venue/music/food; they’re all there to have a nice time with you and for you.” Such amazing advice from Bride Gudrun, definitely warms the soul and makes you remember what’s important.
And with that sentiment in mind, Gudrun & Alex planned their East London knees up at the fabulous Tab Centre in Shoreditch. Decorated with hand picked blooms in vases, cardboard cut outs of their cats and DIY decor and cakes made by themselves. It couldn’t have been more perfect. Accept for Gudrun’s gold sequin Badgley Mischka gown that is, such a fabulous find and so unique, just like this contemporary wedding captured by Babb Photo.
There is SO much fabulous DIY decor at this gorgeous same sex wedding at Greenwich Yacht Club in London. I especially adore the gin bottle table plan, centrepieces and signs full of fun gin-ism’s. I also absolutely adore the bunting ceiling canopy and boat origami backdrop, which have made all the ceremony pictures extra adorable.
Talking of adorable these beautiful brides brought along their pooch AJ to join in their nuptials and what a great addition he makes to the celebration. Continuing with not conforming to tradition, they also chose to cut shapes on the dance floor and share handmade mini gingerbreads & battenburgs with their guests rather than cut a cake and have a first dance. And why not in deed.
Both ladies look absolutely stunning in their wedding dresses. So sit back and enjoy double the bridal fashion and brace yourself for an epic pic of them in the rain captured by the oh so talented Anna Pumer Photography.