This is stripped back elegance at its best. A real focus on family, friends and fun with the added bonus of great fashion, beautiful florals and timeless styling by Emilie of La Chuchoteuse.
The vineyards of Commanderie de Peyrassol in Provence are absolutely breathtaking as is Bride Gaëlle’s lace gown and groom Itamar’s dapper tuxedo.
And EVERY moment captured by Raisa Zwart Photography will have you wishing you were right there celebrating with this glorious couple.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at this real life fairytale wedding, complete with castle venue, dashing groom and princess bride.
French born groom Jerome and Irish bride Aisling were completely and utterly smitten with the gorgeous Chateau Lisse when they saw it, and we can totally see why. Its architecture and grandure were exactly what they wanted personified at their elegant wedding.
You’d be forgiven for thinking this was a styled shoot, everything is so perfectly executed. None more so than the fine art photography captures by Lilli Kad, but family chipped in to help with flowers, and also the incredibly timeless, but super stylish wedding attire.
Hold on to your hats lovelies as this Barcelona wedding at Masia Casa del Mar promises to be full of style and adorable moments.
Lets start by talking about Bride Sara’s exquisite Ze García gown. The embellishment, the low back and the front split are all out of this world, and you can tell Groom Pedro very much approves too as his face lights up when he sees her at their heart achingly wonderful first look.
The smiles, tender moments and general adorableness continue at the ceremony, and have you seen the altar decor yet? It’s literally heavenly, from the greenery and pink flower floral arch, to the fairy lights and sweet double wicker chair, you’re pinning fingers will be clicking before you know it.
Capturing all this fabulousness is Sara Lobla Photography, whose keen eye for special moments we can’t get enough of.
This gorgeous pair had us all swooning on Friday, with their atmospheric engagement shoot in the Welsh mountains, and it’s safe to say the wedding doesn’t disappoint! Elegant details, a soft muted neutral colour palette and gorgeous outfit choices for the stunning Bride and Groom.
Carla Blain’s atmospheric, emotive photography really brings everything to life and the couple portraits of Betty and Scott are truly special. Enjoy this one loves, if you need an excuse to pair things back and focus on a neutral palette, this is it!
I’m always convinced that when I get married, I’ll (sorry, we’ll) have some bohemian beach affair, but then I see a stunning, minimal, monochrome wedding like this one and I totally change my mind. Everything about Emma and Lynden’s wedding day is just achingly stylish and elegant. All of the girls look utterly beautiful in white, with the boys looking dapper in black tie. The styling is just perfect for the magical Narborough Hall Gardens, there’s a hallmark of glamour about the whole wedding that just screams Old Hollywood to me and Emma is very much the stunning leading lady.
Emma chose Darina Stoda to capture her and Lynden’s wedding day and it’s wonderful to read that RMW was a source of inspiration and advice to Emma during her wedding planning. There are a few wedding blogs out there these days, but we’re not afraid to say it – we have the best readers, the best brides and the best weddings and it makes it really special when things come full circle and we get to feature your big days. So without further ado, let’s enjoy Emma and Lynden’s beautifully elegant wedding…it’s a dream from start to finish!
Kate and Will’s big day is filled to the brim with flowers, delicious decor details and lovely dresses. Kate looks amazing in Pronovias and her best girls look beautfiul in sequinned gowns from ASOS. A self confessed RMW addict, Kate found her photographer Maryanne Weddings right here on these very pages, and fell in love with her dreamy style. We’re big fans too – everything she shoots seems to turn into gold and the results are simply stunning.
Enjoy this sumptuous wedding, it’s a beautiful one to pour over this Saturday morning.
Party in the city where the heat is on… All night, on the beach till the break of dawn…
You get the idea.
Today folks we are transporting you far, far away on an epic wedding journey of beaches, buff bodies and Bliss. Paula and Grants destination wedding is U.S.A Mazin.
We wanted an intimate ceremony on the beach, so we were very lucky to find such a great spot. We really like The Surf Club on Miami beach with its historical character for the Dinner & Reception. This location made for the perfect sunset wedding.
Dress To Impress
This was a black tie wedding. The Groom and Groomsmen wore black tuxedos by Calvin Klein. The bride wore a dress from Pronovias and her bridesmaids wore dresses by the Dessy group, individually picked by each bridesmaid.
One of the bridesmaids, Amy Banas is a makeup artist and was gracious enough to do all of the bride’s party makeup.
My bridal accessories were gifts from my Mother and also I wore a special bracelet that my late Grandmother left me. This was a special gift that my father gave to me right before I walked down the aisle.
A Global Affair
We had quite the international wedding party, from Colombia to Vietnam, we were very lucky to be surrounded by people who have touched and influenced our lives.
In honor of my late Grandmother we wanted to recreate a vintage theme wedding with soft touches of my Grandmother’s favorite colors; blush pinks with gold accents. We also incorporated vintage keys throughout the wedding, from the escort cards to an ice sculpture that spoke to all the “keys” to love.
We had hydrangeas, peonies, and mini roses through out the venue.
Our favorite part was the beach setting & sunset during the wedding. There was a nice breeze that really made the ceremony special.
Till The Break Of Dawn
We had a full band that played music the whole night, with a DJ that would play during any breaks for the band. There was a mix of popular dancing music & more traditional Colombia and Hispanic music.
There was even an authentic Colombian band that came for a portion of the wedding to play a few favorite songs for dancing.
Our first dance song was ‘At Last’ by Etta James. We had our first dance outside, under 2 palm trees with everyone watching holding sparklers. During the middle of the song, we had set a surprise fireworks show that was on the beach for everyone to see.
We had an amazing chef at the Surf Club who made 3 delicious options – Carne Asada, Chicken & Salmon. We had over 30 different types of desserts at our sweets table that disappeared within minutes.
Here Comes Your Bride
We had a special sign for my little brothers to carry down the aisle before I walked down that said “Grant Here Comes Your Bride”.
Your Special Day
You won’t make everyone happy – but that’s okay because this is your special day and all that matters is your own happiness, besides it’s a day you will forever remember.
If Anyone wants me to, you know – pop over to Miami or anywhere beachy and hot to take some pictures then please do drop me a line… My schedule is surprisingly adaptable for such requests! These images by Claudia Rose Carter and Marshal Gray are amazing though and I can totally understand why you’d consider carting them half way across the globe to shoot your big day when the results are this breath taking.
And to finish with just a few wise words from Mr Will Smith…
Take a walk on the beach, draw a heart in the sand… Gimmie your hand. Damn, you look sexy.