What a glam and gorgeous wedding party! It’s always a treat to feature a stylish city wedding, especially one as lovely as this. Amanda and Seamus chose to hold their wedding at Town Hall Hotel, which is the most stunning art deco building with incredible spaces. Amanda has styled the day perfectly with subtle nods to the era, rather than full on Gatsby glitz and I’m adoring the clean colour palette of whites and greens.
If you read RMW regularly, then you’ll know that the lovely Pen and Cam from McKinley Rodgers and Story Catchers are two of our favourite people in the industry. Not only are they super talented, capturing your big day as it unfolds in such a natural way, but they are absolutely lovely and good fun too. I can’t think of two nicer people to have at your wedding day.
Cat & Caolan clearly agree, as I’ve never seen a couple look more happy and free in front of the camera. Their whole wedding day is just so relaxed and stylish, it’s a real treat to share it with you all. Enjoy lovely ones!
Like Editor Fern I think I have fallen for the industrial vibes at The West Mill in Derby. We featured it only last week at Sophie & Sam’s gorgeous day and I am delighted to see it again this afternoon at Clare & Tom’s stylish wedding.
S6 Photography has captured the iconic lighting, gorgeous open space and stripped back interiors perfectly, giving every couples portrait, ceremony picture and more an edgy backdrop to frame the memories.
Bringing a softer, more glamorous side to this contemporary wedding are the ladies elegant outfits. Bride Clare wears the most fabulous Charlie Brear separates which she looks utterly divine in, and if you haven’t already, you must check out her bridal up do, it’s so chic. By her side, looking just as stunning, her best girls wear sequin blush Adrianna Papell gowns which tie in beautifully with the copper decor and foil stationery.
All in all, an incredibly stylish Autumn wedding. Enjoy.
Romy and Rob’s beautiful wedding comes from the spectacular Pennard House, a venue we’ve been excited about for a long time. The beautiful English country manor has been restored magnificently, it’s located in the heart of Somerset – just 10 minutes walk from Glastonbury, it can be hired exclusively and there are even tipis on site where guests can sleep. Pennard House is one of those venues that allows you to have whatever type of wedding your heart desires and we’re really proud to have them on our recommended supplier directory, The Love Lust List and also to be sharing this wedding, as it’s the first time Pennard has graced our pages in a real wedding feature and I can guarantee it certainly won’t be the last.
As well as the gorgeous images from Dave Watts, we’ve also got the stunning film from Jon at Happy Wedding Films for you to enjoy. He really is one to watch – if you’re a regular reader you’ll have seen his work here and here – two weddings which are simply breathtaking and if you missed them first time around, you should definitely check them out.
But first, we’re off to Somerset, where a magical wedding awaits…
Amy’s veil is rather spectacular, wouldn’t you agree? I can’t stop looking at the image above, Paul Fuller has captured it at the perfect moment – the angle, the fall of the fabric, it’s just divine. And we can completely understand why Amy had her heart set on that Charlie Brear veil before she even knew what dress she wanted!
It’s lovely to share a glamorous wedding with you all, especially with the boys in tails, they look so smart and if you can’t get dressed up for your wedding day, then when can you?!
The cows were cleared out of the field, the hay was harvested and the marquee and bouncy castle were put in place. All guests slipped into their wellies and had a wonderful relaxed celebration at Rachel & Rafe’s farm.
After an intimate Town Hall ceremony, they made their grand entrance by tractor & trailer (kindly driven by a neighbouring farmer) to their rustic reception, full of the sweetest DIY decor, flowers and homemade cakes, all arranged by Rachel with a little help from family and friends. Live bands played and instead of a first dance, Rachel (who had never sung in public before) and Rafe (a fantastic keyboard player) performed a duet for their guests. How special.
Rachel wore a truly stunning Charlie Brear Payton gown and I love that she teamed it with an equally stunning and totally adorable Sabine lace jacket. The perfect bridal look for a rural wedding.
I’ve been really, really, REALLY looking forward to sharing this fun, flirty and oh-so fashion forward shoot with you lovely lot. When a submission from stylish ladies Emma at Coco Wedding Venues and Katrina from Katrina Otter Weddings hits your inbox you just know it’s going to be something special and this time they’ve got the fabulous Rebecca Goddard taking the photos, AND it’s at Wimbourne House, an achingly cool East London venue run by Snap Studios.
There’s a kind of cool Copacabana meets 60s Siren vibe going on that I’m struggling to define – all I know is that I really like it!!! If you’re a Pinterest fan, you *may* be a little sick of seeing all those floaty and whimsical shoots with a sullen faced Bride standing on the edge of a cliff – I know I am – so it’s very refreshing to share something that is industrial, vibrant, a bit cheeky and a whole lot sexy…
And all of the suppliers who collaborated in this shoot are some of the very best in the business, so make sure you check out the links at the bottom of the post if any of the gorgeous details catch your eye!
The light in this afternoon’s wedding is like something from a fairytale – there’s just a magical golden glow to everything and it has been captured beautifully by Sandra at Divine Day Photography.
Bride Nell looks gorgeous in a simple but elegant gown by Charlie Brear, with a pretty up-do adorned with fresh flowers – the perfect look when you’re getting married outside in a meadow surrounded by wild flowers. This is such a gorgeous wedding with a really lovely, positive vibe to it – probably because it was such a team effort as you’ll see…
Leah and Mike fell in love with their wedding venue Shiningford Manor at first sight and it’s easy to see why. It is the perfect rustic idyll for the pair’s sunshine filled big day…from the lemon yellow bridesmaid dresses all the way through to the perfectly glowy sunset portraits of the couple as the night drew to a close.
There are so many sweet details in this lovely wedding; the page boy is particularly adorable with his blackboard signage as is Leah’s rustic bouquet and Charlie Brear frock. And I would very much like to have had a slice of their wonderful rustic cake too! Come and take a look…