The capture of real groom Eliot collapsing to his knees as he sees his bride Purity walking down the aisle at their Devonshire Terrace wedding is priceless. Nataly J Photography you are a genius behind the lens. We love all their couples portraits at St Dunstans in the East too. Not only are they incredibly beautiful, but they are seriously stylish too. Trust us, you won’t be able to stop yourself from being filled with joy as you pore over their incredible city wedding. Just wait until you see the rooftop reception with drapes, foliage and ghost chairs. Wow.
A relaxed, industrial style city wedding with a beautiful fairy light backdrop for this bride and her groom. Located in London this summer ceremony was held at Alfege church, with the couple and their guests then walking together to Greenwich pier for a boat ride over to the reception. Trinity Buoy Wharf played host to this beautiful celebration which was filled with fairy lights and flowers all put together by the bride with jam jar centrepieces on the tables and two gorgeous flower arrangements to sit on top of the wine barrels. The wine was extra special at this reception with the bride’s sister living in South Africa the couple opted for a wine-themed table plan and named each table after a different South African vineyard. This allowed the guests to sample different wines across the tables that each complemented their meal and added to this personalised day. This summer city wedding is all captured perfectly by Helen Jane Smiddy.
Hold on tight as we’re about to fill your screens with colourful Spring flowers for an industrial wedding at London’s Wild by Tart venue. The modern bride wears a bridal crop top and trouser outfit, plus, velvet heels to match the florals and a chic woollen coverup. She also has the most gorgeous glowy skin and highlights her face with orange winged liner and fierce undos adorned with killer accessories. There’s also a concrete cake and understated wedding stationery in delicious sorbet tones. Need we go on? This amazing concept was brought to us by Pink Palms Events and captured by Elena Popa Photography whose collaborations are always so inspiring.
Zambia played host to firstly, a beautiful bridal shower, and secondly a stunning bright Africa wedding. A delicious dessert table that will make your mouth water and a marquee reception draped in fairy lights. The bride chose a white dress with a pop of floral colour for the bridal shower and then for the big day, a simple but elegant cowell neck bridal gown that complimented the venue and decor. Not to mention the five-tier, hand-painted show stopper of a wedding cake!
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