Bride Isobel has to be one of the smiliest brides to ever grace our pages, but I’d be beaming too if I have the perfect country marquee wedding at my new husbands family home. Can we also take a moment to appreciate her braided updo too? It frames her face beautifully and shows off the sweetheart neckline on her Halfpenny London wedding dress perfectly. Together with her bridesmaids in white and Groom in a traditional morning suit the whole wedding party and outdoor wedding are pure wedding goals.
Holding a garden wedding in your own home means you get to create your very own bespoke venue. Together with their family and friends Niamh and Alex grafted for a full week to set up the most beautiful setting for their big day, and by golly was it worth it. The wedding was photographed by our very own List members, The Georges who really captured the vibe of the day. Let me also say there are some excellent frocks on show here not just from the bride and her girls but also the guests too!
The sun is out, the garden party marquee wedding is prepped and the bridal party are looking fierce in navy bridesmaid dresses and lace gowns. What more can you ask for on your wedding day?
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.
Ooh, la la! There’s nothing more romantic than a French destination wedding; it is the country of love, after all. Aby and Joe’s gorgeous day in Normandy is a dreamy mix of local traditions and personal touches, with homegrown flowers, fabulous French food and a DIY foliage altar. Aby looks très belle in her intricate lace and long-sleeved dress by Catherine Deane, matched by her beautiful boho hair, styled into a loose fishtail plait with gypsophila woven throughout. Oh, and keep an eye out for the croquembouche cakes studded with sparklers. Mouth. Watering.
This is one of those family-home weddings where you just think WOW, I wish my parents lived in a house where I could get married. I mean, it’s just beautiful. Not only are the house and gardens wedding-worthy, but there’s a church a stones throw away. The only thing Lucy and Andre needed next was a family friend with an epic vintage motor to bring them back up the drive. And low and behold, their neighbour lent them a vintage Porsche tractor. Quite possibly the most perfect wedding transportation I’ve ever seen.
Lucy looks stunning in Grace Loves Lace, the dress fits her like a glove and she’s a GLL bride through and through. I’m loving the bridesmaids in all-white too, they look so summery, just perfect for this classic British countryside wedding.