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Grace Loves Lace Rosa Bridal Gown for a Colourful City Wedding

BUDGET £35 – 40K

Zina and Jonathan injected their personalities, Cornish and Caribbean heritages, and style into every element of their Trinity Buoy Wharf wedding. Including wearing a customised Grace Loves Lace ‘Rosa’ wedding dress, designing the wedding stationery and signs, and opting for a cheese tower instead of a traditional wedding cake. All of the details and wedding day moments have been captured by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier Will Patrick Photography so you know you’re in for a treat. Keep your eyes peeled for the fairy light backdrop and floral installation too – it’s PIN-tastic!

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Godwick Great Barn Modern Wedding Inspiration with Retro Stationery

The Little Lending Company has added its magic to the wonderful Godwick Great Barn, taking full advantage of the outdoor ceremony space and exposed brick barn. There is nothing rustic about the decor though. From the retro stationery, right through to the polka dot wedding veil, all the details have been chosen to give a modern urban feel to this rural setting.

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Alexandra Grecco Bridal Gown for Minimalist Wedding at Aswarby Rectory

BUDGET £15 – 20K

The stylish Aswarby Rectory and minimalist Alexandra Grecco wedding dress was the inspiration for this sophisticated day. With white and green flowers enhancing the venue and a stylish beaded wedding veil completing the bridal look. Magda K Photography not only captures all these wonderful details but also captures all the emotion and beauty this wedding beholds. Just wait until you see couples portraits – they are pure fire!

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Edinburgh Elopement With Mexican Food At The Basement Bar

BUDGET <£5K

Katie and Carl swapped their initial plans to have a big wedding for an intimate Edinburgh elopement with a few close friends and family, and don’t regret it one bit. Katie casually got ready with her girlfriends whilst sipping mimosas, then headed to the City Chambers to say her I dos in an incredible strapless wedding dress, whilst Carl honoured their Scottish heritage in a tartan blazer. After some stunning couples portraits with Northern Aye Photography amongst the Scottish countryside, Katie then changed from her fitted bridal gown to a short blazer dress before heading to their favourite bar and restaurant (where they first met) to enjoy Mexican food and tequilas. What a way to celebrate.

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Giraffe Shed Wedding Inspiration with Spiral Flower Installation

As we slowly transition from Summer to Autumn, with it comes darker evenings, autumnal hues and dappled light, all of which are portrayed and captured beautifully by Esme Whiteside at this Giraffe Shed workshop. The contemporary barn wedding venue has high ceilings, large windows and a wonderful open-plan space, perfect for hanging ornate spiral flower installations, displaying delicious cakes and setting up intimate tablescapes. But if you don’t believe us, just look at the images and styling below and see for yourself, you won’t regret it! Probably best to get your pinning fingers ready too. Enjoy!

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Short Wedding Dress For Chelsea Town Hall COVID Wedding

BUDGET £5 – 10K

There is style, and then there’s real bride Lauren’s style, who absolutely kills it in a short wedding dress for her COVID wedding planned in just 4 weeks. By her side is her wonderful new husband Robert and their son, Albie, who look equally stylish in light blue blazers, chinos and loafers. Together they are pure family goals and after hearing weddings could take place again couldn’t wait to say their vows at Chelsea’s Town Hall. They are surrounded by their nearest and dearest, pops of yellow, including sunflowers and Manolo Blahnik Hangisi pumps; and the captures of this intimate London wedding by Rock My Wedding recommended supplier Elena Popa Photography will knock your socks off. Just wait until you see the colourful confetti exit!

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Paris Elopement with Embroidered Wedding Dress & Red Flowers

With COVID-19 still putting a hold on most couples plans, we thought we’d share with you this incredibly stylish and romantic Paris elopement planned and captured by Anne-Sophie Benoit. She uses a high street wedding dress proving you can wear whatever you feel comfortable in and complements the embroidery design with red flowers, decor and details. There’s also an intimate picnic in the park and breathtaking views of the iconic Eiffel Tower during both day and night, plus, a seriously cool motorcycle ride.

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Leopard Print Bridesmaid Dresses for Contemporary Inspiration

The tones and prints at this industrial inspiration by Esme Whiteside Photography and Sam Williams Flowers are amazing, including tropical blush blooms and leopard print bridesmaid dresses, as well as smoke bombs, and complementing cakes and stationery. If you’re looking for style and substance then you’ve come to the right place.

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Emma Beaumont Dress & Balloon Installation For Relaxed Wedding

A bespoke Emma Beaumont Atelier dress and an epic balloon installation for this relaxed, Autumn wedding at St Stephen’s Trust, a deconsecrated church in Hampstead. The decor at this wedding is simply beautiful, the bride created the flowers using dried foliage for the table flowers and buttonholes along with a mixture of seasonal flowers including dahlias for the aisle decor and peach bouquets. The results are breathtaking and compliments the beautiful space in the venue perfectly which is steeped in history and elegance and the ideal place for this couple to celebrate their big day filled with love, captured by Miss Gen Photography.

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