The flowers are in full bloom at this Summer wedding and the bride’s talents on full display. With acrylic wedding signs, vellum confetti cones and divine stationery suites decorating Middleton Lodge’s Estate beautifully. There are also homemade cakes with intricate designs and pretty floral displays arranged by a friend. The personal touches and DIY elements are endless, with the emotion and beauty equally infinite. What a treat.
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…
Lovely Bride Julie is a wedding photographer herself, whose own work we’ve featured countless times on RMW so it’s a real treat to share her intimate London wedding with you all today. Naturally Julie chose one of the industries finest photographers, Miss Gen, to capture her wedding day.
Julie & Ross held their civil ceremony at Chelsea Town Hall, followed by a stylish pizza and fizz party at the family home in Kensington. The sun shone down on this gorgeous part of London and the whole celebration just looked really relaxed, fun and happy. Enjoy this one lovelies, you’re going to love it!
Anna and Ben’s intimate, stylish London wedding is just the slice of cool we need for a Wednesday morning. The creative pair held their big day on a modest budget, but with some savvy venue hunting and one VERY generous bridesmaid, the pair pulled of the wedding of their dreams, which is what it’s all about. Your dreams, your day, your way.
I’m pretty sure you’re going to love the succulent filled bouquets, Anna’s cohesive design work which ties every element of the big day together beautiful, and the Krispy Kreme tower which seem to be having a bit of a come back at the moment. Donuts are the new cupcakes…again…
Images come from the wonderful Fern Edwards whose style matches the chilled vibe of Anna & Ben’s day to an absolute tee. Enjoy lovely ones and anyone who is searching for a London venue with a low minimum spend – then do check out The Refinery.
I mean just look at Bride Lulu’s bouquet. It is immense and harmonises perfectly with her beautiful maids’ neon pink frocks. Today’s wedding is truly an adventure for the senses and every time I look at the wonderful images by Kate at Lucabella I see something new.
Lulu is a Creative Event Consultant so it was clear that her ‘colourful fun’ themed wedding day was going to be truly amazing…and it is. This big day has bags and bags of personality – from the flamingos on the lawn (YES FLAMINGOS!!!) to the decadent golden tableware and confetti bomb on the dance floor.
Bride Lucy’s Catherine Deane Lita wedding dress is A.MAZ.ING. Intricate beading, sumptuous satin layered with soft tulle and fabulously floaty and romantic. It really is a dream gown. Lucy is every bit the elegant bride especially with that gorgeous bridal up do adorned with fresh blooms.
It’s no wonder her groom, who looks equally dashing in his dress 2 kill suit, is staring at her with those deep and sultry eyes. The images captured by Razia Jukes Photography of them in the alley way are HOT!
Of course a seriously stylish couple requires an epic venue, and the industrial vibe at 06 St Chads Place provided such a location. Filled with flower arrangements and table settings made by the grooms sister and stationery with a cool London theme, making the perfect backdrop for this fabulous wedding.
You may remember a few weeks ago we shared a London engagement shoot with a gorgeous Bride-to-be wearing a particularly lovely midi skirt and mustard yellow jumper…well today we’re very excited to be sharing Maggie & Sam’s wedding. It’s in London again, with two very gorgeous, but very different venues – eighteenth century mansion Clissold House and cool industrial space 06 St Chad’s Place. It’s a day that’s full of colour and fun – the yellow and grey scheme looks fabulous and works perfectly with the little lego men favours, meticulously sourced by the couple.
Maggie and Sam also had a Chinese Tea Ceremony as part of their big day, meaning that Maggie got to wear two lovely dresses, one by Catherine Deane and a stunning red dress to honour Chinese tradition.