Hold onto your hats as we’re whisking you away from all this rain and reminding you of sunnier days at this impressive Galician glasshouse house wedding venue with botanical plants, wicker furniture and neon signs. Plus a couple so stylish, you’ll be rethinking your wedding attire. Enjoy.
Get ready to swoon as the lovely We Are The Bazeleys and Kayleigh Pope Photography show us how to do fierce bridal style. There are gorgeous Jesus Peiro wedding dresses straight from the Barcelona Bridal Week catwalks, as well as statement jewellery, natural makeup and feminine wedding hairstyles. Plus, dried flowers and props from our friends Karen at Passion for Flowers and Gemma from The Wedding of My Dreams. Not to mention the gorgeous Compton Verney in Warwickshire playing host to all this minimalist magic.
If ever you needed proof that superwoman wears a wedding dress, this is it. Emily looks sensational in her lace Avalon dress and plain bridal cape, flanked by her bridesmaids in jumpsuits and leather jackets. Talk about bridal party goals. In fact, talk about wedding goals: Emily & Simon’s ceremony focused on equality, with the bride walking down the aisle alongside both her parents and the couple having a handfasting ceremony (instead of rings) conducted by their mums. We also love the industrial feel of Clapton Country Club, simply but beautifully decorated with winter flowers, foliage and festoon lights to create a winter wonderland with a hint of Christmas charm.
There’s nothing we love more than a beautiful accessory here at RMW and so when the bridal cape made a comeback at last years bridal runway shows – we were all deeeelighted. Your wedding day is absolutely the day to be completely extra, and there’s nothing more extra than a bridal cape. Whether you go waist length, floor length or steal the show in a ground sweeping number, we’ve rounded up our favourite bridal capes on real brides, as well as a little heads up on where to shop the best ones for 2020.
Not just for superheroes, the bridal cape is back…