When your family home just so happens to be Hawarden Castle in Wales there really is no doubt in your mind where you’ll have your wedding. Bride India looks every bit the princess in a stunning fitted wedding dress with off the shoulder detail, and her groom David by her side, the dashing prince in a traditional morning suit. Together they made all their wedding fairytale dreams come true.
There is a secret princess in all of us that wants to wear the perfect gown and get married in a castle. And Bride Alice did exactly that in a gorgeous homemade wedding dress to her perfect groom Francois. The whole Highcliffe Castle wedding is full of atmosphere and emotion, captured beautifully by Carrie Lavers Photography and featuring confetti and entertainment from Shropshire Petals and DiscoWed, both of whom are on our reccomended supplier directory The List. Keep your pinning fingers ready for the immense King Protea bouquet and wedding flowers too!
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.
Urška & Domen are just the masters of capturing beautiful golden hour portraits. I think that every time I see one of their beautiful weddings. Just dreamy – the light, the countryside, the couple so in love and happy. This creative pair did a true DIY job for their Slovenian castle wedding, using a simple palette of green, white and gold which looks so elegant and lovely.
Alenka looks stunning in a tea length gown which really, really suits her and the feel of their wedding day perfectly. Look out for the amazing cake table too – the couple cut the cake right after the ceremony which I think is a fab idea – as often people are too full (or drunk) to enjoy it later in the evening.
Enjoy this one lovelies!
So if I said Game of Thrones inspired wedding in a Scottish castle to you, you’d probably be like ‘uhhh whattt??!?’ But seriously, this wedding is the perfect example of how to have a theme to your wedding day, without looking like you’re in fancy dress. Nicola looks like some sort of beautiful elfin Princess and Chris is her beardy Scottish warrior. The whole day is sumptuous, opulent and full of joy from start to finish.
As always Tub of Jelly have captured proceedings in still and in motion to perfection – I defy you to not have goosebumps while watching the film. Oh and who knew Scottish water could be so turquoise??!
And finally, I feel like I can’t let this feature pass by without mentioning that Nicola walked down the aisle to the Jurassic Park theme tune. Genius idea. Who doesn’t love those strings?!