Dust off your dancing shoes and start shaking your tail feathers for today we head to Sin City to celebrate in style. This Las Vegas wedding is utterly epic: from the hot-to-trot bride in a satin BHLDN dress and her dashing groom in a dark tuxedo; to the gold sequin maxi dresses worn by the bridesmaids paired with bouquets of silk fuschia sweet peas (which look so real we couldn’t tell they were faux); to the Elvis Presley celebrant and cotton candy machine, this wedding is so Vegas and we want to be whisked there at once. Bright lights, big city, brilliant wedding. Party on.
Need a reason to smile today? (There’s no place for politics on this blog, but you know what we’re talking about.) Dive right into this Norfolk wedding, which is a whole lot of happiness to finish your week off right. Bride and groom, Emily and Adi, do not stop laughing, from the minute they start getting ready (complete with a bunch of bridesmaids pouring prosecco down Emily’s neck!) to the showdown of their first dance. Little wonder, really, when you’re getting wed at a venue as cool as Voewood, and when you look as gorgeous as Emily does in your long-sleeved Ivania Pronovias wedding dress. From the greys and the golds to the dahlias and the dancing, this wedding is everything we love. And we know you will too.
Some couples are born cool (I’ve long made peace with the fact I’m not), and this Shoreditch wedding at Village Underground has all the swag, with to-die-for industrial vibes and an epic party. Stylish bride, Sophie, looks hot to trot in her Rosa wedding dress by RMW favourite, Grace Loves Lace, accessorised with a pair of simple – but stunning – gold triangle earrings. Alongside her dashing groom, she looks sublime against the gritty backdrop of East London, and must be thrilled with the couples captures by Chris Barber; keep an eye out for our newlyweds shot through the window of a Routemaster bus. Genius. And as for the menu. My oh my; dive in to discover one of the best wedding breakfasts we’ve seen on these pages.
This lovely pair, with their big smiles and highly personalised wedding day are guaranteed to get your Sunday off to a fabulous start. Amie and Jam chose the wonderful Dewsall Court to host their celebrations, and as always, the Wainhouse Barn there looks utterly magnificent. It’s such a gorgeous space, and I love how truly unique it looks for each couple lucky enough to get married at Dewsall.
The wonderful Chris Barber took the photos, full of joy, emotion and natural moments – he always captures the day as it unfolds in his signature style. There really is only one Chris Barber…
There’s a definite chill in the air today, it feels like Autumn is well and truly here (in fact over on our lifestyle site today we’re sharing an excellent edit of easy Autumn fashion)…and so it feels totally acceptable to be using the C word. Christmas that is.
Now when it comes to Christmas weddings, most people (understandably) worry about things looking too twee, or perhaps sponsored by CocoCola. Well worry no more, as Kristina and Nick are about to show you exactly how to make a Christmas wedding look super stylish. With a navy, gold and white colour palette, tonnes of twinkling fairy lights and elegant, thoughtful details. Images come from Chris Barber! Enjoy!
This family are just the sweetest and their classic white wedding is very pretty indeed. Cerys wears a stunning Anna Campbell gown which she found at one of our favourite boutiques, the gorgeous Coco & Kate in Warwickshire (find out more about Coco & Kate here on our wedding supplier list).
As soon as they had booked a venue, Cerys and Duncan knew they wanted the infamous Chris Barber to shoot their wedding. His images are always full of fun and raw emotion, and he was the perfect photographer for camera shy Cerys. Which you’d never know, these images are so natural and lovely. Let’s take a look shall we?
Ahh there’s a real sense of sentiment and family at this country pub wedding. Alderminster village is where the bride and groom currently live, as well as where bride Hannah grew up, so taking a stroll through the streets with tractors beeping at her and locals waving must have been truly lovely before arriving at the church wedding ceremony.
The nuptials look heartfelt and the reception speeches an absolutely hoot. With all the DIY decor and details just adding to the perfection of this wedding. Cakes were baked by sisters, florals designed by family friends and so many fabulous wooden signs and cork details you’ll want to recreate too.
Both Hannah & Jon look incredibly stylish and so in love your heart will swell. A truly wonderful set of images from Chris Barber Photography telling their story beautifully
Not only are their Alexander McQueen suits totally epic, but so is their attention to detail. They include SO many of the hottest wedding trends, from perspex signs, to concrete cakes and succulent plants, but what I absolutely love the most is all the 80s references they’ve included too. Their action figure centrepieces will appease to the kid in all of us, and have you reminiscing of your own old childhood toys and loves. They are definitely a reminder to have EXACTLY what you love on your own day too.
So without further a do I’ll allow you to pore over these gorgeous grooms and their epic wedding full of love.
Woodland weddings are always a risk in the UK, but when the weather plays ball (and to be honest, even when it doesn’t) they are truly magical. There’s something so spiritual and earthy about getting married amongst ancient trees and wild animals. It can, however be a logistical nightmare. That’s where Woodland Weddings come in. A woodland venue that has it all, onsite for you, ready to go. And yet weddings from there always feel completely different as the space is prime for personalisation.
Claire and Tom’s rustic, home spun wedding is just utterly beautiful. The girls all look stunning, like woodland fairies carrying freshly picked blooms and the decor feels striking but simple and very welcoming. Images come from the fabulous Chris Barber whose fun style is always a winner when it comes to capturing a wedding day.