Get ready to exhale as we share some incredibly stylish and utterly adorable elopement wedding inspiration in Manchester. Set in a quaint Library with a dried flower moon gate floral arch, and sweetheart table full of textured linens, romantic candlelight and on-trend tableware. Every detail beautifully complements the moody surroundings and intimate setting. Be sure to look out for the bouquet and cake of dreams too, I’m certain your Pinterest boards won’t be complete without them.
Get ready for your jaw to hit the floor as we share with you a super cool and vibrant tipi wedding. Bride Sorrel and her maids look fierce in tulle and leather. Former GB Olympian Groom Ed rocks a burgundy suit. And the flowers and decor are out of this world. If you aren’t sitting comfortably, grab yourself a chair and sit back and enjoy.
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.
We’ve always had a soft spot for a C.D real bride, so it’s with real pleasure today we can introduce you to the new Catherine Deane Bridal Separates Collection in the hope we’ll be featuring lots more of you lovelies in these dreamy designs. Whether you like, lace, tulle or sleek styles there is a top or skirt for you. And the best part there are no restrictions to the combinations you can choose. Sounds like a bridal dream… It is!
Calling all bohemian brides-to-be: this fabulous festival wedding will knock your socks off (appropriate, really, when our bride and groom are also barefoot). Set in the stunning Catalan countryside, Natashya & Nico could not have nailed their brief better. A naked tipi, petal mandala, Persian rugs and electronic music capture every inch of the festival spirit, whilst lace bridal separates and a purty protea bouquet add the additional wedding pretty. This wedding weekend was clearly so. much. fun. Time to party!
Catherine Deane is a bridal brand we’ve loved for a long time here at RMW. Year on year, Catherine produces beautiful, wearable and affordable bridal wear that is adored by brides and worn frequently by RMW readers. Catherine Deane led the way with bridal separates and it’s probably this reason that her brand has done so well. Separates can be customised easily for each individual bride and no look is ever the same.
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If you are a regular follower of Rock My Wedding you’ll know our ethos is ‘Your Day Your Way’ (It’s also the title or our wedding planning & inspiration book), so it was really lovely to see Sarah & Mark’s following the exact sentiment and having a moroccan themed wedding in pub with epic floral installations, lanterns and an abundance of cushions and throws. They also decided not to have speeches and carried on their celebrations over a two day period. because why not.
Bride Sarah looked breathtaking in embellished Suzanne Neville bridal separates from The Mews Bridal and her Sophia Webster shoes are epic! Grace Elizabeth Photo & Film did an amazing job of capturing all the emotion and pretty, so get ready to swoon and sigh.
Be still my boho dreaming heart! What an absolute feast this laid back, boho barn vibes wedding is. Olivia, the bride, looks sensational in a bridal separate from French designer Rime Arodaky, sourced from The White Gallery.
There is something really lovely about an outdoor ceremony, especially at Larchfield Estate in Northern Ireland. Lush grounds with extra flowers, I mean obviously this has our swoon radar off the charts and yours will be too.
I always love sharing at home weddings, everyone seems that bit more relaxed, especially the bride and groom, making RS Brown Photography‘s job a dream to capture.
Working at sea meant one thing, they just had to have a nautical theme. The refreshing navy and white colour scheme was complimented with blush pink accents and the crowning glory for me was definitely bride India’s cake. Talk about perfection.