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Ramster Hall Wedding with Gysophila Flower Crown & Blue Bridesmaids

A beautifully classic church ceremony followed by a romantic and elegant wedding breakfast at Ramster Hall in Surrey. The bride arrived at the church in a vintage white Rolls Royce wearing a Dana Bolton dress and a delicate Gypsophila flower crown. The bridal party – including two incredibly cute page boys – wore mismatched style powder blue bridesmaid dresses. This creative couple wanted to design and make everything they could! The bride designed the stationery and made the welcome sign and the groom made the giant garden games that helped keep everyone entertained. And as the groom is a beekeeper, there was only going to be one option for the wedding favours – honey (of course!) with personalised labels!

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Forde Abbey Whimsical Wedding with Bespoke Bride Dress & Wildflowers

Don’t be fooled, these aren’t photos from the latest Disney film release, it’s just a magical wedding at Forde Abbey in Dorset. The whimsical wedding included velvet bridesmaid dresses and wildflower bouquets. The leading lady looked beautiful with her stunning red hair braided with an embellished hairpiece and a blush bride dress, designed and created just for her by Joanne Fleming. The embroidered burgundy flowers running up Loreen’s tulle dress matched the groom’s deep red wedding suit for the September wedding. Surrounded by their family and friends who had travelled from all over to celebrate the special day. The tones of blush, oranges, red and greens used throughout the day reflected the seasonal changes of the time of year and it couldn’t have been prettier!

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Detachable Skirt Wedding Dress and Foliage Moon Gate at Calke Abbey

BUDGET £35-40K

There was no doubt that this Interior Designer’s wedding was going to be beautifully styled and of course have a stunning bridal outfit that included a detachable skirt wedding dress. The exposed brick wedding venue, Calke Abbey in Derbyshire was decorated in neutral tones, drapes and festoon lights making for a soft, romantic feel for the day with acrylic signs and a hanging seating chart. The ceremony space was open and bright with beautiful floral arrangements that lined the aisle, pampas grass highlights and a foliage moon gate to frame the totally gorgeous couple as they said their vows.

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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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Supermarket Wedding Cake & Black Bridesmaid Dresses at Norfolk Venue

BUDGET £35-40K

Who says a supermarket wedding cake can’t be as good as a bespoke one? Not us and it is definitely proven with this pretty naked cake from M&S at this amazing wedding at Godwick Hall and Barn. The rustic barn with and an exposed brick backdrop played host to the unplugged ceremony with an aisle lined with Persian rugs and a pretty floral moon gate framing the couple as they said I Do. The bride wore a minimalist wedding dress from Made with Love Bridal – one of Rock My Wedding’s recommended suppliers – and clutched a bouquet made up of deep red florals and foliage. The couple decided to hire the Norfolk venue for the entire weekend, giving them enough time to properly celebrate with their nearest & dearest building up to their big day!

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Newton Hall Wedding with Pastel Decor & Personalised Bridal Coverup

BUDGET £20-25K

An enchanted secret garden tea party was the theme for this pretty wedding at Newton Hall. There were rustic tree table centrepieces, a suitcase full of confetti and lots of pastel flowers littered throughout the day. And pastel tones were definitely the day’s vibe, with the bridesmaids looking gorgeous in a variety of pale pinks, mint greens and lilacs, next to the bride herself who chose a customised Anna Campbell dress that she paired with a pale pink personalised leather jacket cover-up. It was the personal touches that the couple had thought of that made the day that little bit extra special including unique wedding favours for each of the guests!

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Garthmyl Hall Summer Wedding with Emma Beaumont Bridal Gown

BUDGET £20 – 25K

Prepare to be well and truly enchanted by this secret garden ceremony at Garthmyl Hall, featuring a bespoke wedding dress by Rock My Wedding, recommended supplier, Emma Beaumont, plus, pastel pink peonies, burgundy dahlias and a whole lot of love. The bride also designed the gold foil wedding stationery which matches the gold cake trolly, cutlery, and candlesticks and adds a touch of luxury to this pastel palette. Capturing all these wonderful wedding day moments and details is incredibly talented Jo Bradbury Photography.

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Burley Manor Winter Wedding with Sequin Bridesmaids & Christmas Decor

Hayley Savage Photography

Hayley Savage Photography

BUDGET £15-20K

It may have just turned September, but it’s Christmas at Burley Manor for this celebration. Having met and got engaged during this time of year, it was only right for this couple to have a cosy winter wedding! From the carols in the church to the Christmas trees lit up at the wedding breakfast, everything was focused around the bride and grooms favourite season. A cosy wedding filled with sparkle with sequin bridesmaid dresses, fairy lights and romantic candles. After looking through this celebration, photographed by Hayley Savage Photography, we are definitely ready for Winter and the cosy evenings, is it December yet?!

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Dewsall Court Wedding with Cheese Tower & Donatella Piccarreta Dress

The flowers, the bridesmaids and the beautiful couple, in fact, everything about this wedding at Dewsall Court is picture-perfect. The couple said their vows in front of close friends and family at the small church at the Hereford country house venue who are one of our handpicked suppliers. However, they had to get inventive as all of their guests would not fit in the cute church – there were 175 so we aren’t surprised, so instead they set up a viewing area with a large screen so that the guests who could not fit were still able to watch the nuptials just outside. The bride looked stunning in a Donatella Piccarrata dress flanked by her gorgeous bridesmaids and the cutest flower girls who were on hand to carry the bride’s lace train!

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