A truly stunning ceremony on New Year’s Eve where the bride wore a beautifully embellished wedding dress and a classic red lip. The wedding kicked off with the couple saying their vows in front of the fairy light curtain, followed by mulled wine in the courtyard and a marquee celebration with lots of laughs and dancing. The decor was kept simple in keeping with the beautiful barn details and featured a DIY table plan with hanging baubles, polaroid place settings, delicate fairy lights and a pretty impressive macaroon tower wedding cake. When New Year hit the party really started with the bride and groom dancing on the bar with their band, all in all, a beautiful winter wedding captured by Bloom Weddings.
Summer may be creeping up on us, but this Christmas wedding is giving us all the winter feels. A tea-length bride dress with an ostrich feather hem was the perfect choice for this beautiful seasonal celebration. A cosy affair with just 35 guests made up of close friends and family. The Georgian country venue, Hillmount House, in Northern Ireland was the perfect venue for this intimate wedding weekend – including the two pet dogs who attended! The long banquet table was littered in warming candles with gold candlesticks and jewel coloured florals, finished off with a hanging flower and foliage chandelier above head. It looks so warm and cosy, just proof that small weddings can be just as beautiful as big ones!
Christmas comes but once a year, and with it comes Christmas cheers and some pretty fancy Christmas wedding ideas to boot. Today’s inspiration was inspired by The Twelve Days of Christmas, which is a subtle and oh so elegant way to pay homage to the festive season. It includes muted flowers, romantic candlelight and some of the prettiest gowns and accessories we ever did see. Get ready to swoon!
Fingers crossed it’s sunny where you are today, but let us transport you to a truly magical winter wedding. Paul and Reece (who incidentally have the most satisfying Instagram grid. Seriously, their interior choices are FIT) are an incredibly chic couple. They styled their winter wedding perfectly with stunning suits by Alexander McQueen and Hugo Boss (which Paul actually found in the Harrods sale!) elegant acrylic signs and personal, enchanting nods to a certain book which holds a special place in their heart.
Hats off to Noor and Alex for choosing to have a New Year’s Eve wedding, and hat’s off for making it a party to remember! They had a Dabka File before the wedding breakfast even commence and treated guests to an epic fireworks display at midnight. And whilst all this merriment was going on you can see by their abundant smiles they are enjoying. Every. Minute. As will you.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and this candlelit Christmas wedding at Gray’s Inn London is certainly full of joy.
Cara & Huw fully embraced the festive season with seasonal wreaths and Christmas carols, and smiled the whole time making John Barwood Photography‘s job a delight. It helped that he knew most of the family, having already captured Cara’s sister Lorn’s wedding, that RMW were lucky enough to feature too.
So if you want to feel all warm and cosy inside, definitely take a moment to savour this beautiful Winter wedding.