You can tell it’s the season of love as everywhere you look you are inspired by romantic settings, beautiful blooms and vibrant colour schemes. Today’s wedding inspiration styled by destination wedding planners, Dreams in Style, is a luxurious black and red colour scheme bought to life with gold accents, floral prints and arrangements. There is also stunning black two-piece and an immense dessert table because if Valentine’s Day isn’t a time to get out your best little LBD and indulge then I don’t know when is.
Real Bride and Groom, Zara and Dan have to be one of the most fabulous boho couples we’ve had grace RMW. They decided they wanted to marry at home on their farm in Cumbria hiring a bamboo geodome to house their creative wedding decor. Which included edible flower cakes, handmade macrame bunting and incredible spring flowers gathered from hedgerows in their garden. It was a real family affair, with their children performing readings and playing music during the wedding ceremony and everyone enjoying homemade Elderflower champagne and sloe gin. Just wait until you see Zara’s Rue de Seine wedding dress and crown combo too. All the heart eyes.
The doughnut wall has taken the world of weddings by storm. If you’ve decided to hire or buy a board to position doughnuts on then it’s very easy to set up your own wall. However, if you’re opting to DIY your own board then it could take you a few hours to knock together.
Today’s tutorial shows you how to create a show-stopping wedding doughnut wall in minutes. Yes minutes! All you need to do is ditch the board and grab yourself a mirror instead.
Adam shot this post on the hottest day of the year and the display held up very well. My top tip would be to make sure your hooks are secured well otherwise you may find a rogue doughnut or two at the bottom of your display!
Woolas Barn is a new and exciting Barn wedding venue in Yorkshire. Family run and full of history, rustic character and so many beautiful backdrops for wedding portraits. It has multiple areas to hold your ceremony, reception and lounge area, all of which have been beautifully styled by Emily K Weddings with Edison bulb installations, dessert and grazing tables of dreams and a fabulous lounge area. Add some fierce fashion and fabulous florals and you’ll be in wedding heaven. Shall we begin…?
It may only be Spring, but we’re skipping ahead to Autumn this afternoon for all the delights of this bohemian wedding inspiration. There are meringue tower cakes, Persian rug altars and a tablescape of dreams. All of this is dressed in the most beautiful florals and foliage and take place in the wonderful woodland of Patrick’s barn. After you’ve reached for your pin button we apologise in advance to all kitchen cupboards who find them self raided as a result of mouths watering whilst savouring the delights of the dessert table. Enjoy!
Easter is a time to indulge and I can guarantee you’ll be getting a treat when you see this powder blue and luxury gold wedding inspiration by Hayley Jane Weddings & Events. There are taper candles, luxury linens and the most epic balloon and floral arrangements. Now, are you sitting comfortably? Then let’s get stuck in!
Oh boy are you in for a treat today! This ‘Blush Pink Opulent Engagement Party Inspiration’ will set you up for the perfect romantic weekend. Featuring rose gold accents, rich reds and an abundance of floral loveliness, delicious treats and luxe details.
Planned, styled and co-ordinated by the lovely Just Bespoke with a little help from her friends, perfectly demonstrating how a blank canvas can be transformed with a few key focal points, and a wonderful concept.
When the bride is a photographer herself, you just know that the wedding is going to be a gorgeous one. Olivia and Jed’s wedding is stylish and elegant, but also feels contemporary and fresh, with lots of fun details – like the gin bottle centre pieces, the moose motif and a dessert table to end all dessert tables.
Images come from Photos By Zoe who has captured the pretty details, people’s emotions and the drama of the Scottish manor house venue to perfection.
I’m yet to meet anyone who doesn’t like cake and in a wedding world where people are leaving more and more traditions behind, the wedding cake is still going strong. In fact, wedding cakes are getting bigger, bolder and more extravagant than ever. Whether you ask family and friends to contribute to a ‘Bake Off’ table or commission a fabulously creative baker to create the cake of your dreams – serving people cake on the wedding day is a tradition that isn’t going anywhere. So we’re serving up not only a gallery of wedding cake ideas in this post, but also some expert advice to help you get the cake (and the transporting of the cake) right.
If you are having your cake made by a pro, we recommend having a look at The List, our directory of wedding suppliers hand-picked by team RMW, for their creativity, artistic flair and affinity for a cake covered in flowers. Oh and they bake things that taste good too.
Because only on your wedding day can you have your cake and eat it too!
Read on for lots of gorgeous wedding cake ideas and advice from the best bakers in the business, and apologies in advance for how hungry this feature will make you…