We’re more than a little bit pleased to see not one, but two of our fabulous recommended suppliers at Roxy & Tom’s beautiful Persian wedding in Devon. First up is Roxy’s gorgeous lace gown with high neck and adorable 3/4 sleeves by Catherine Deane, then there’s Virginia’s Vintage Hire wonderful wooden trestle tables and chairs gracing the rustic reception. Addng a splash of colour to the setting comes courtesy of mum with her homegrown flowers, plus lots of DIY decor from friends too.
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!
There aren’t many London venues where you can get married on a rooftop, have a separate ceremony and reception room, your own bar, and accommodate loads of guests too. Ace Hotel really is an iconic place to get married and Mei and Andy went on their first date in Shoreditch too, so it was only fitting that they held their wedding there.
Mei looks ravishing in Catherine Deane and her bridesmaids in floral dresses look so happy. I love the flirty feminine vibe against the gritty streets of Shoreditch. The lovely Rebecca of A Thing Like That was on hand to take the photographs, I just love her natural, reportage style. Look out for the epic doughnut wall and palm leaf table plan…
This gorgeous pair combined their English and French heritage for this seriously stylish rooftop wedding at Ace Hotel, Shoreditch. Anne looks stunning in Catherine Deane (who are offering incredible Black Friday savings on some of their best sellers BTW), and Lionel looks SO dapper in a light grey bespoke suit by Jonas & Cie, who just happen to be tailors to the French president. This is a feel-good wedding through and through, just full of fun. Enjoy lovely ones!
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.
This week, and all the way up to Cyber Monday, Catherine Deane are offering up to a whopping 80% off some of their most popular gowns and separates. These prices are available both online and in the London showroom. This is a great opportunity to bag a real bargain from a luxurious and renowned British bridal designer. Want to know more? I thought so…
Gorgeous Kate and Nat chose the wonderfully quirky Le Petit Chateau as their wedding venue, with it’s magical ceremony room, oak-beam ceilinged party room and the gorgeous grounds, it makes a truly special place to tie the knot. The girls have some great advice on planning a wedding with two brides, and while in essence, it’s exactly the same as planning a wedding with a bride and groom, there are a couple of extra things to think about 🙂 Dresses, being one!
Images come from RMW favourites, Willo Photography, whose natural, reportage style has captured all the fun and emotion from Kate and Nat’s beautiful big day. Enjoy this one loves, it’s a party wedding through and through, I think you’re going to love it!
I think it’s safe to say, the entire RMW team has a huge girl crush on today’s creative and entrepreneurial bride Chiara Perano, the stylish spark behind Lamplighter London, the original modern calligraphy studio. Chiara was handwriting envelopes and illustrating invites while the rest of the country was still selecting their lilac-butterfly-embossed stationery from that awful book in WHSmith. Chiara really has paved the way for many other design studios, and it’s a real honour to be sharing her wedding with you all today.
If you don’t recognise Lamplighter London, then it’s highly likely you’ll know Chiara’s book, Nib and Ink, the ultimate guide to modern calligraphy. And if you’re new to the wedding world and today is your first introduction to this fabulous lady, then prepare to be amazed by the gorgeous stationery and signage for her and Michael’s dreamy Bordeaux wedding.
Every last detail has been expertly captured by RMW favourites, Fern Edwards Photography and This Modern Revelry. The flowers by the incredible Kitten Grayson will have you swooning, and look out for the gorgeous custom Rewritten bridesmaids dresses too. This is a wedding with endless inspiration…I’ve literally died and gone to bridal heaven. Enjoy lovelies, I have a feeling you’ll like it too!
This morning’s wedding takes us to sunny France for a classic, elegant wedding in a Chateau. Merav and Martin celebrated their wedding with close friends and family in the most beautifully French way – with lots of good food and wine of course!
Green Antlers were on hand to take some stunning photographs for them – the dusk shots outside the chateau are just dreamy and have me longing for warmer days and later sunsets. This wedding is an absolute stunner, but also feels homespun and intimate and I’m sure you’ll see what I mean when you enjoy the images…
This afternoon we’re escaping with some botanical vibes from the lovely Vintage House That Could. I always love Katie’s styling – as well as being visually striking, it’s so homely, inviting and inclusive, which sometimes wedding styling can lack. You want your guests to feel as if they can sit down and actually use their cutlery 😉
The stunning blooms are making me long for spring and Autumn has only just really begun! Uh oh. I’m off to bury my head in this shoot and pretend the days aren’t dark and cold. It’s all pineapples, pink and peonies…