Just wait until you devour this rustic wedding in Norfolk, you are going to be smitten from start to finish. Firstly it features a stunning bride in an Emma Beaumont wedding gown, who is one of our hand-picked bridal designers on our directory The List. Plus, there are dreamy golden portraits by Darina Stoda Photography who just so happens to capture every last detail and moment for you to swoon over and pin to your heart’s desire. Then there are speeches outside, immense floral designs, and SO much love and happiness you won’t be able to stop smiling. Make sure you’re sitting comfortably, then we’ll begin.
You are in for a treat today, lovelies, with this seriously stylish wedding that boasts a stunning homemade wedding dress, as well as to-die-for natural décor including cactus plants and palm trees. Every single element of Chelsey & Ryan’s celebration is jaw dropping: from the venue to the styling to the sweet bar (send a peanut butter brownie my way, please!). We are actually drooling. And we bet groom Ryan was too when he saw Chelsey in that dress, made by her mum (who also made the bridesmaids dresses too; talk about talented), which is both perfectly demure and hot-to-trot all in one.
Well, this is a little slice of wedding wonderfulness to start your week off right. Taking centre stage is RMW favourite designer, Grace Loves Lace, and a stunning Edie fringe wedding dress complete with cut out back. It suits petite bride Christie to perfection and is seriously swoony. Groom Ben and his boys are also on point, in their gorgeous dark suits with bow ties and braces. This wedding has class. This wedding has style. And this wedding has an epic sparkler send off. We love.
Capes are fast becoming my favourite bridal accessory. Bride Hollie’s Pronovias ‘Oringo’ lace bridal gown and matching cape in particular literally floored me it’s that stunning. The fabulous Darina Stoda Photography did an amazing job of capturing its true beauty. The way the light catches it in some of the images is breathtaking.
There are many other elements to this Devonshire wedding you’ll be smitten with too. Take the DIY cork table numbers and name place setting holders the happy couple crafted, not to mention the gorgeous greenery and white florals adorning the wedding breakfast, and ceremony altar and aisle.
You’ll probably want to get your pinning fingers ready for this one. I now I will be. Enjoy.
When the team behind the wedding is as fabulous as todays is, you just know the result is going to be gorgeous. Darina Stoda worked her magic on the lens, Swaffham & Fakenham Florist created beauty in the marquee and The Little Lending Co’s props and signs really pulled together the ‘woodland luxe’ wedding theme. Bride Megan is a florist herself, so naturally knows a thing or two about weddings. Tony works in the timber industry and created the incredible personalised wooden place mats for guests. Such a gorgeous piece of decor and the perfect wedding favour, all rolled into one.
I’m always convinced that when I get married, I’ll (sorry, we’ll) have some bohemian beach affair, but then I see a stunning, minimal, monochrome wedding like this one and I totally change my mind. Everything about Emma and Lynden’s wedding day is just achingly stylish and elegant. All of the girls look utterly beautiful in white, with the boys looking dapper in black tie. The styling is just perfect for the magical Narborough Hall Gardens, there’s a hallmark of glamour about the whole wedding that just screams Old Hollywood to me and Emma is very much the stunning leading lady.
Emma chose Darina Stoda to capture her and Lynden’s wedding day and it’s wonderful to read that RMW was a source of inspiration and advice to Emma during her wedding planning. There are a few wedding blogs out there these days, but we’re not afraid to say it – we have the best readers, the best brides and the best weddings and it makes it really special when things come full circle and we get to feature your big days. So without further ado, let’s enjoy Emma and Lynden’s beautifully elegant wedding…it’s a dream from start to finish!
I love the raw laid back country vibe at Fishley Hall barn, the perfect blank canvas for brides and grooms to put their stamp on their day. And what a stamp the gorgeous Cat & Ewan made. From drying out rosemary, to spray painting tiny animal statues for place settings, they certainly took DIY-ing to the next level. SO much PIN-spiration.
They also hired beautiful persian rugs from the fabulous The Little Lending Company, hung lanterns & fairy lights from the rafters, and added breathtaking berry blooms by Swaffham Flowers. Every corner was full of delicious detail, love and sentiment.
Both Cat & Ewan looked divine in stylish wedding attire by Katya Katya and Ted Baker, with each portrait captured by the fabulous Darina Stoda Photography giving you all the feels. Just wait until you see the ones of them in the corn fields.
Get ready to swoon a lot.
The couples portraits captured by Darena Stoda Photography at this classic wedding are SO incredibly romantic. I love how groom Aaron assists his new bride across the grounds of Mount Ephraim Gardens. Holding the train of her stunning Lusan Mandongus gown in one hand and her sparkly Nine West shoes in the other.
Also making my jaw hit the floor are all the delicious white blooms amongst the green foliage. Perfectly complimenting the tone of the bridesmaids duck egg blue Debut dresses. With the metallic mirror signs & vases adding a touch of sparkle and elegance to the reception decor.
Are you ready to take a look? It’s a goodie…
The whole day looks so relaxed, with everybody enjoying the outdoors, sitting on the straw bales, chatting away and generally having a blast.
Not only was the location (Abi’s Grandparents field, where she spent a lot of time when she was little) special but so was all the effort love and care that went into decorating the tipi. There’s homemade cakes, chalkboards, bunting and SO much more. The flowers are absolutely fabulous, and Abi’s Lace Maggie Sottero gown is truly divine.
Enjoy every minute of this sentimental day.