This Italian destination wedding is going to make you burst with joy it’s so heart warming. From the coastal views, to the sun soaked captures by On Love and Photography and all the smiles and lemons in between. Everything is pure perfection, and planned beautifully by La Calla Events. Have you seen the ceremony floral arch yet? Talk about goals.
Sorry not sorry if you immediately want to pack your bags and head off to Minori on the Amalfi Coast. I know I do!
She married her beau Chris at a beautifully styled Spring wedding at Prested Hall in Feering, Essex, celebrating with her loved ones in a beautiful lantern filled marquee reception. The colour palette was soft, elegant pastel shades and echoed in the heavenly fashion and flowers.
Laura looks absolutely mesmerising in a lace Sottero & Midgley gown complete with flowers in her hair, and you know how we feel about sequins and tulle, so the bridesmaids Maya gowns are absolute stunners in our eyes.
The lovely Kathryn Hopkins gorgeous fine art photography style will transport you in a dreamy place, so sit back relax and enjoy every bit of this pretty wedding.
Bride and Groom, Lucy and Jon had a glorious outside wedding ceremony at Elmely Nature Reserve with the picturesque countryside making a heavenly backdrop for their vows. They then partied the night away in the fabulous barn reception, which looked absolutely breathtaking covered in an abundance of colourful wild flower arrangements by the oh so talented Joanne Truby. It also included lots of homemade wooden signs, and a fabulous plant pot table plan, which I know will ALL be pinned within an inch of their lives.
Bride Lucy looks truly beautiful in an Alice Temperley gown, as do her bridesmaids in dusky pink beaded gowns from ASOS, all adding to the laid back boho vibes of the day. And capturing all this loveliness is the fabulous Lola Rose Photography, whose dreamy documentary style make this wedding even more special.
When the couples love for all things vintage and tattoos effortlessly shines through the wedding the results are both sentimental and utterly gorgeous.
Taking an open clearing at Wood Farm in Staffordshire and saying their I do’s by an enormous Oak tree, under the sweetest DIY altar with LED heart decor. The bride makes her grand entrance in a fabulous American Chevrolet bright red truck and walks down the aisle in the bargain of the century; a gorgeous £1000 wedding dress picked for a minuscule £20! By her side are her bridesmaids in mustard yellow frocks, and making an appearance for the couples portraits is their adorable pup.
Capturing all the love and happiness is Weddings Vintage who’s fabulous editing style adds to the charm of this relaxed, outdoor wedding.
Well where do I begin, the fabulous Krispy Kreme doughnut tower wedding cake so tall it nearly reaches the fairy light corrugated iron roof of Stone Barn, or the fabulous fashion worn by the bride and her best girls? Let’s start with the fashion, as I fear if I start taking about the alternative wedding cake I may never stop!
So, Bride Emily, what an absolute beauty she is in her Pronovias Tami wedding dress; the pockets, the cross over back with bow detail and the clean silhouette of the gown is simply jar dropping, and make all those portraits by Michelle Wood Photography of her with her beau Josh extra special. Plus I love, love, love the bardot neckline and high low hem of the bridesmaids steel grey ASOS dresses.
Keeping with the chic theme are the tin can white floral centrepieces, giant balloons, hanging paper lanterns and innovative barber board table plan, complimenting the already fabulous Cotswolds, country venue beautifully and making this a Winter wedding with a difference.
Have you seen the golden light flooding through Bride Emily’s lace Benjamin Roberts (2650) gown yet? It’s enough to set your pulse racing it’s so beautiful. But make no mistakes, even though Emily’s gown is as traditional and classic as can be, she certainly has an alternative side; teaming it with a black leather jacket in the evening and looking über cool.
The fabulous Dale Weeks Photography captures all the magic and fashion of this rustic wedding at Southend Barns in Chichester, including so many beautiful moments between the gorgeous couple, and their little daughter, not to mention more of that fabulous golden, Spring light.
I am head over heels in love with the light at this Christmas wedding. Bride Alice braved the freezing cold in her fabulous Halfpenny London bridal separates so Jacqui McSweeney Photography could capture the most beautiful golden hour portraits. The way the sun sprays through the trees, and the blanket of white frost glistening on the floor is. Just. Beautiful.
There was nothing cold about the twinkling reception though, oh no. It was a cosy, country pub celebration, oozing character, warmth and a delicious looking brownie tower wedding cake. Mmm mmm.
WOW, Wilton’s Music Hall in London is SUCH a cool place for a reception, especially coupled with the New York Brass Band for entertainment and all those fairy lights. I love that it holds special meaning for our gorgeous couple, being a place they visited often whilst dating, and will continue to do so now they are Mr & Mrs.
The reception looks like an absolute riot of fun, love and laughter and you can just feel all the atmosphere oozing out of the pictures by Chris Barber Photography. Wait until you see the face masks and designated meat cutters in their Chef hats & aprons too, such an intuitive way to get guests involved during the wedding breakfast.
Looking absolutely radiant in the centre of the room though are all the blush flower stems in jars, not to mention Bride Sarah’s stunning Catherine Deane Separates and bridal up do, which I can pretty much guarantee you’ll go Pin crazy for.
Who else gets a little sad at the thought of all the beautiful flowers perishing after the main event? That’s why I completely love bride Victoria’s bouquet and flower crown, not only are they incredibly beautiful, but they are dried and preserved so they can be enjoyed for years to come. Total win win in my eyes. Plus the muted tones look absolutely stunning against her light gold Maggie Sottero gown. Have you seen the embellished bodice yet? SO pretty!
Sulgrave Manor in Northamptonshire made the perfect country venue to house the couples delicious DIY decor. They made fabulous use of wood slices, chalkboard paint, jam jars and glitter! Paying homage to groom Jon’s beard with beard prop table names and rustic centrepieces and signs. It was also the gorgeous backdrop for many of the couples portraits by Ania Ames Photography, which most definitely warm the heart.