I can’t think of two themes richer in colours or flavours than those which inspire this wedding: autumn and Mexico. The striking shades of Sophie & Steve’s autumnal colour scheme – mustards, rust and berries – are vibrant and vivacious, and work so well on all levels: from the mismatched bridesmaids dresses to the bouquets and doughnut wall. Mexican catering, plus margaritas, must have kept guests extremely happy, and a note on the cake – a three-tiered vegan chocolate cherry and almond number – made by local bakery Luminary, a social enterprise that provides training, community and employment opportunities for socially and economically disadvantaged women. Now that truly has a RMW stamp of approval.
The colour palette of plum, burgundy, deep red and purples is absolutely delicious. Portrayed beautifully in the stunning florals, immense table scape, cake and fashion. Plus I absolutely adore the rich gold and iridescent accents, and all the texture making up the incredible setups.
Not only have Fringe and Fray got an awesome name for their Macramé business, but they’ve also got an incredible talent for styling too.
This wonderful bohemian inspiration mixes the free spirit of the seventies with tropical leaves and vintage bridal wear all in a rustic setting. Proving you truly can have a day your way.
You really get a feel for a couple from looking at their wedding photographs, and when we received the images from lovely Lucy and Liam’s big day – it was clear to me that they were a gorgeous couple inside and out. Then I read Lucy’s words and I now love them a little bit more. Their proposal story is the absolute best and it definitely deserves you sitting down comfortably with a nice cuppa before you read.
Plus any couple who make the most of rain on their wedding day in plastic ponchos definitely understand what it’s all about…
The gorgeous images come from Camilla Andrea who has captured every detail and emotion perfectly. This is such a heart warming wedding, I just know it’s going to put a smile on your face!