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Faux Fur & Ostrich Feather Winter Wedding Cover-ups and Martina Liana Wedding Dress for a Tropical Wedding at The West Mill by Andy Gaines Photography Pin Image

Faux Fur & Ostrich Feather Winter Wedding Cover-ups and Martina Liana Wedding Dress

BUDGET £30 – 32.5K

The nights are drawing in and the weather is changing, but bride Kiylee and her best girls have got the right idea in faux fur & ostrich feather Winter wedding cover-ups. We’re also rather partial to the doughnut wall we saw too. Plus we have a feeling you are going to love The West Mill industrial wedding venue covered in tropical plants and decor. Enjoy!

Black Tie Botanical Wedding with Acrylic Candelabras, Louis Ghost Chairs & Candle Light at Rivington Hall Barn Pin Image

Botanical, Black Tie Wedding at Rivington Hall Barn

Have you ever seen a wedding reception looking so magical? The beautiful botanical floristry mixed with luxe black tie attire, acrylic candelabras, and ghost chair decor at Rivington Hall Barn really is pin-tastic! Especially with the abundance of candle lights and fairy lights making everything glisten. Bride Kate looks radiant in her Caroline Castigliano gown too. That sweeping train and button back detail is exquisite. And just perfect for the setting.

If you like your weddings full of light and love like this one, you should definitely check out our lighting post for more twinkling ideas. But first lets savour all the amazing captures of Kate and Jons wedding day by Lawson Photography.

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Adriana & Manu

This beautifully styled, fairy light filled wedding celebration will have you swooning, I can guarantee it! The stunning outdoor ceremony set up is gorgeous enough, but then when you head inside the barn for the reception – you’ll be blown away. Every last detail has been carefully considered and perfectly executed by planners and stylists El Mono Con Sombrero. Think bamboo furniture, raffia place mats and terracotta pots filled with plants – all of which create rustic luxe vibes for this stylish destination wedding.

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Louise & Elliot

Well this is rather magical isn’t it? From the rolling Scottish countryside and misty lochs to the botanical filled barn, this wedding is truly like stepping into another world. And a really beautiful, mysterious, dream-wedding world at that!

The images and film come from Tub Of Jelly, so make sure you’ve got your volume turned up loud as the film is just so joyous and unique.

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Jana & Steve

One of the best things about blogging weddings as a job is discovering quirky venues and sharing weddings that are completely outside of the box. Today’s wedding is seriously beautiful and takes place at The Potager Garden, a tiny cafe and garden centre in a gorgeous wooden greenhouse, nestled in the heart of the countryside. If you’re finding that your budget is being stretched when it comes to the venue, it really pays to look at places you wouldn’t instantly associate with a wedding day.

Jana and Steve chose a woodland theme for their celebrations, which suited them and their venue to perfection. This whole wedding is absolutely magical, brimming with incredible flowers and it will transport you to a balmy Summer’s day where your only worry is where your next cold drink is coming from…

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Lucy & Harri

I literally cannot stop gawking at these beautiful images from Jason Mark Harris. Just everything about the couple portraits is perfect – the light, the horses, the stunning background of the Isle of Wight, the couple’s arms around each others waists as they walk of into the sunset…honestly it’s all just beyond romantic.

And I haven’t even mentioned Lucy’s blush pink ‘Tamsin’ dress by Catherine Deane. I have a tulle addiction, especially so when it’s pink and so this dress has knocked me for six.

Then there’s the gorgeous blooms, which are seemingly never ending! Just wait until you see inside the marquee! It’s simply stunning.

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Lotty & Alex

Bride Lotty had a clear vision to fill her dry hire venue The Winter Gardens in Northumberland with greenery, and oh my the results are spectacular.

Wildflower florist along with her family and friends absolutely transformed the glasshouse into a botanical haven. Complimented beautifully with crisp white maids in mis-match dresses from the high street, and Mumford & Sons inspired Groomsmen outfits of tweed and tartan adding a boho edge.

Lotty also bravely ordered her gown from the internet. But if there was ever a dress more fitting for a Bride it’s definitely her Grace Loves Lace Emme gown. She looks absolutely stunning. Topped off beautifully with a heavenly flower crown.

This gorgeous couple nearly didn’t have a photographer until they stumbled across The Love Lust List recommended supplier Sarah-Jane Ethan’s fabulous work. And we’re SO glad they did as we now get to share their Pin-spirational day with you lovelies.

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