The saying goes “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue.” And what better “something blue” than your best girls; In gorgeous halterneck dresses I might add. I love that these beautiful ladies carried hoop bouquets rather than traditional posies, and the portraits of them walking through the fields are just adorable. As is the whole of this teepee outdoor wedding at the bride’s parents farm.
This elegant London wedding – and stunning statement floral arrangement – is exactly what I need to add some magic to my mid-week. The beautiful blooms are mirrored by an equally beautiful bride, wearing the Carenne dress by Charlie Brear, accessorised with a fabulous lace jacket and porcelain flowers in her hair. I love the photo of Jess swishing her dress around in the doorway of Town Hall Hotel. The styling is completed with a semi-naked cake by one of RMW’s handpicked List members, Little Bear Cakery, a champagne table studded with succulents, and a copper frame table plan. Come on in and be captivated by Jess’ beaming smile and sublime sense of style.
The lovely Beatnik Bride girls have a great eye and I always love seeing their work. This editorial has a bridal and bridesmaids fashion focus to it and it’s such a pleasure to share on RMW today. With a palette of pinks, ivory and grey, the girls have scoured the designer rails to showcase a variety of gorgeous looks fit for every stylish RMW bride.
I’m a sucker for a texture mix – silks and satins with frothy tulle always make my heart sing – it’s one of the reasons I love bridalwear so much. The girls have totally nailed this look and with Benjamin Wheeler taking the photos and the gorgeous Dorset coastline as a backdrop, this is an editorial straight out of glossy magazine.
Lauren & Finlay share their Wedding at The Cow Shed, Crail in Scotland. The brief was “Jurassic Park without the Dinosaurs” and by using foliage and potted plants as decoration with contrasting Industrial Decor the look is achieved, and then some. Bride Lauren wears Torum by Charlie Brear and looks absolutely striking in its simple, elegant, classic style. We have featured this dress before here and it is just timeless.
Styled to absolute perfection with props aplenty this Humanist Wedding at The Cow Shed Scotland with its Foliage decor is captured by Claire Fleck Photography. Claire has been previously featured on Rock My Wedding and her style is really modern fresh and intimate. You can see the feature here
If you are looking for inspiration on how to dress a wedding then this is for you!
Charlie Brear is a designer whose experience and creativity shines through in everything she does. Today we’re sharing her gorgeous new collection of minimal bridalwear, Day For Night. This collection is definitely for the stylish brides out there, who want their wedding dress to be sleek, elegant and fashion forward. Sound like your thing? Read on for my interview with Charlie, for more pictures of gorgeous CB bride Jessie, who looked utterly gorgeous in her wedding gown and the campaign images for Day For Night. I have a feeling you’re going to love these dresses…
Set in the gorgeous Horniman Conservatory with eucalyptus, ferns and all manor of gorgeous foliage framing the aisle and altar, not to mention making up the majority of the bouquets, along with some protea stems for an added pop of colour.
The whole wedding is a botanical dream, and will have you swooning from start to finish.
Oh my gosh this family unit are off the chart adorable, not to mention super cool, just like this tipi wedding at The Georgian Rectory in Buckingham.
Bride Jenny wears Charlie Brear, and Groom Jamie dons a mustard jacket, and complete with their littles are the epitome of goals.
Guests were fuelled with Bloody Mary’s from the drinks station and treated to tracks by DiscoWed and the vibes look fun and inviting.
We seem to be featuring all the Northamptonshire weddings at the moment, and I love it! If you love the thought of a wedding in this neck of the woods, then be sure to check out Melanie & James and Natalie & Jack’s weddings too.
Anyway back to the gorgeous Kate & Dan and their outdoor orchard wedding at Sulgrave Manor, non other than the ancestral home to George Washington don’t you know. It looks like the perfect Summers day with blue skies, pretty blooms and ribbons billowing in the wind, and it is so dreamy.
Kate wore a gorgeous Charlie Brear gown with a stunning low back that she accessories with a delicate necklace. She also carries the sweetest bouquet of handpicked blooms and I just love her bridal up do.
Capturing all this emotion and pretty is the lovely Nicola Casey Photography whose style is as dreamy as this day.
Iceland’s beauty never fails to astound me and I can completely understand why it’s such an attractive place for couples to elope to. The dramatic scenery, the atmospheric weather and that sense of being the only people on the planet is incredibly romantic. Today’s Icelandic elopement inspiration showcases a side of Iceland I’ve never seen before, the mysterious black sand beaches of Vik. They make such a dramatic backdrop to couple portrait shots and I love how the Matthew Oliver Weddings team have embraced the wild beauty of their surroundings with a wild spirited couple. The authenticity of this shoot just shines through each image.
As well as being authentic, for me the sign of an excellent styled shoot is that it tells a story – it’s all very well styling something to perfection, but what people want is to really see, really feel, what it would be like to get married there. Photographers Daniel Colvin and Meredith Bacon have most definitely done this, we’re instantly transported to Iceland’s magical shores…and what a place it is!